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July 7, 2020

When it comes to real estate investing, more and more people are choosing to invest in brand-new homes to try and attract tenants. As well as being more desirable to renters, new construction homes also save you money as they need fewer repairs and are all covered by the Alberta New Home Warranty by default. Read More

June 26, 2020

Each year, we at Sterling Homes meet with thousands of prospective home buyers in the Edmonton Area with respect to their home buying needs. And because so many people know our thoughts and feelings on being completely transparent in the industry,… Read More

June 23, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis has impacted almost every area of our lives, and there’s no way to tell for certain what the lasting effects will be. Naturally, the uncertainty of the future creates a lot of worry in our lives, including the housing market and what we should prepare for. Read More

June 22, 2020

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

June 19, 2020

Property taxes are handled a bit differently when buying a new home and how they are handled depends on the time of year and whether or not the annual invoice has been paid by the Builder yet. Read More

June 19, 2020

For rear detached garage home products (Laned Homes), we do not allow any changes to be made. For our laned home Evolve product, Sterling provides customers the opportunity to select the interior colour chart, depending on where the home has arrived in it’s construction. Read More

June 16, 2020

There’s been a lot of excitement about our newest Evolve line of homes, and for good reason. These homes offer many of the things that home buyers are looking for in a brand-new home without the inconveniences that might tear them away. Read More

June 9, 2020

The interest rate on your mortgage has a big effect on your monthly payment. Naturally, you want to get the lowest rate possible. Since it can take some time to finalize the sale of the home – especially when you’re building a home instead of buying a resale home –  it’s normal to worry about what rate you’ll end up with. Will interest rates go up while you’re shopping? If so, will you still be able to afford the home that you want? Read More

June 8, 2020

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation announced a tightening of its underwriting criteria on Thursday. In this article, we will cover what these changes will mean to you, the importance of credit when buying a home, how to boost your credit score, and other great tips on how to qualify… Read More

June 2, 2020

There’s a lot to think about when it comes to buying a new home, but one of the first things you’ll need to figure out is the down payment. You’ll need to come up with this before the home-buying process can begin. Read More

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