Home Maintenance. Maintenance usually needs to be done on a yearly, monthly, or sometimes daily basis. For instance, with any type of countertop you’ll want to wipe up spills immediately and give them a good cleaning at the end of the day. Your floors should be… Read More
Edmonton Real Estate Blog
Sterling Homes Real Estate Blog brings you the latest market news and property listings, as well as tips for buying or selling a home in Edmonton.
No, really, who are the best home builders in Edmonton?
When building a new home, one of the most important decisions you can make is who you choose to build with. Building a home is a big decision, and one that can cost you a fair bit of time and money, so it’s only natural that you’ll want to find a builder that’s the perfect fit for you. Read More
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An important but sometimes-overlooked part of selling your home is the curb appeal. Essentially, this means the way your home looks from the street, but it’s about the first impression that people make of your home. Read More
You’re planning on putting your home on the market, and of course, you want to sell for as much as possible. But how do you do this without breaking
the bank on extensive renovations? What changes can you make to better influence buyers?
If these questions are weighing on your mind, take a look at the following tips for sprucing up your home below. Most are pretty inexpensive, and some ideas are for those with a slightly larger budget. Read More
Perhaps the biggest advantage of buying a new build home is the feeling of security that comes from knowing things won’t break down – and it will most likely be covered by your home warranty in the unlikely event that they do. However, you’ll still want to be proactive when it comes to maintaining your home. While you won’t have much to worry about when it comes to maintenance in your new home, you should still do the following things to keep your home in top condition. Read More
The 3 Different Types of Property Ownership in Alberta Include: Sole owner – one person or company owns the land Joint Tenancy or Joint Tenants – if one owner passes away, their share goes to the remaining owner(s) Tenancy In Common or Tenants in Common – if one owner passes… Read More
Some things are better left in the ’70s, like vinyl jumpsuits and shag carpeting. But patterned wallpaper should not be added to that list. When picturing your dream house, consider adding wallpaper to mix in new design elements and style. Wallpaper isn’t the lifetime commitment you may think. In fact, you can purchase sticker-like removable wallpaper. Wallpaper comes in all forms – bold and subtle patterns, loud and neutral colours, and even in textures like faux fur or crocodile skin. But there are some things to consider about bringing wallpaper into your home. Here are some basic Do’s and Don’ts. Read More
During the cold winter season, many Canadians find themselves longing to spend time snuggled up in their warm homes. Unfortunately, the higher energy bills in these months can pack a bigger punch than the holiday shopping bill. Read More
The world keeps getting closer and closer to the technological world you dreamed about when you were a child. It seems that we’re still pretty far from having flying cars, but there are a lot of modern conveniences when it comes to smart home tech. Whether you’re looking to try things out with your first piece of smart home tech or you want to get all of the latest and greatest, we think you’ll like some of our suggestions for 2020. Read More