As you start your new life here in Canada, one of the key things you need is a place to live! You’re going to need to think carefully about what type of home you want to buy. While you may not be ready for the actual purchase yet, knowing what you want will give you a starting point for determining your down payment and mortgage options to make the home affordable. 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.
At Sterling, we know every family’s needs are different, and when you’re buying a home you need to find the perfect floor plan for your unique situation. Whether you’re looking for an affordable starter home, a roomier model for a big family, or a model that will suit a multi-generational family, we have something for everyone. Read More
Townhomes are a great investment property for new investors and seasoned professionals alike. With their affordable pricing, it’s easy to get into the investment game and start building your real estate empire.
Learn more about what makes this home-style unique and such a great choice. Read More
When you start to think about downsizing, there’s a lot to consider. However, few things are as important as choosing the right home style and floor plan. This is the foundation of how your home feels and functions, and without the right floor plan, your home is never going to feel ‘right’ for you.
You’re going to want to consider your options carefully, so where should you start? Here are a few home styles that offer great floor plans for those looking to downsize. Read More
Condos are often touted as a more affordable alternative to traditional homes. They’re a great option for young professionals who want to get started building up some equity or for retirees that don’t want to take on a lot of extra maintenance. On the surface, condos tend to come with really attractive prices. Read More
When it comes to affordability and living a maintenance-free lifestyle, people often find themselves choosing between a new condominium or a new townhome. In many ways, the two are quite similar, so it’s hard to see what the big deal is. Read More
As you look at the options for buying a new home in the Edmonton area, make sure to consider the possibility of a new townhome. Older styles may have felt cramped, but the modern versions offer almost all of the advantages of a single-family home. In fact, you’ll soon see why a brand new townhome may be even better. Read More