Although Summer may seem like the hot season for real estate. Autumn can also be quite the time for selling or buying a home. With the hectic days of vacation gone and the holidays not quite here, Autumn guarantees about 80 days of normalcy where it is the perfect time to move.
Are you looking to sell your home before the snow hits? Read on to see our best tips for attracting buyers to your home this Autumn.
Clean Up Your Yard.
Now is the time to get your yard looking its best! Rake dead leaves and prune back overgrown vegetation. Cutaway vines and dead flowers, and make sure you groom bushes and tree limbs back to let the most possible light into your home.
If you're looking for extra curb appeal, plant Fall flowers like chrysanthemums…
Back to school is a time of transition-not only for children, but for everyone living inside your home.
To help you cope with the usual first-day-of -school jitters, we've created a short list of tips to help you get back into the swing of things that will keep you organized and stop your home from becoming a disaster come September 1st.
1) Shop For School Supplies- And Keep Them Organized
Ah, the dreaded back to school shop. Rather than scrambling at the last minute, plan your back to school shopping for early or late August. Once you make your purchases, make a point of unpacking them with your child and organizing them according to their category-clothing, shoes, and school supplies.
2) Set up a Homework Station
If there's one thing Edmonton home owners know, it's that our Summer gardening season is incredibly short
September in Edmonton can be a little erratic weather wise, which is why it's important to start prepping for garden for fall long before the cool weather hits. Prepping your garden for cooler weather can also lead to a better garden in the Spring-this is especially important for homeowners looking to list their home next summer. Read on to discover our favourite pre-Fall Gardening tips!
Perhaps the most important pre-Fall tip one can give you is to examine your garden- both at its peek and as it starts to slow down. Look for bald patches of soil that require amendments, overgrown plants that need to be decided, which…
With only one month of summer left most of us are stuck between two schools of thought - we want to take advantage of the warm weather while it lasts, but we've already crossed off a lot of must dos from our summer bucket list.
Lucky for us, we live in the Festival City - meaning there's always something to do! Read on to see our list of must - do events to make the most of the rest of summer!
1) Heritage Days - August 4th through 6th at Hawrelak Park
The Edmonton Heritage Festival is a three-day event to sample delicious food, see creative performances, and celebrate Canada's multiculturalism. Enjoy the tastes, smells, sights and sounds from 100 countries and cultures at 71 outdoor pavilions.
2) Edmonton Folk Music Festival - August 9th…