If you want a brand new home, you need to know how to find the best home builder. Finding a builder that offers a quality and affordable product to meet your needs is a good start. With so many builders to choose from,… 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.
Those who are new to Canada often have to balance a variety of factors when choosing a home. One of the most important things you’ll need to consider is the cost of the home. Brand-new homes tend to be more expensive than resale homes, but it’s important to look at the overall costs you might incur. While resale homes can be less expensive at the start, the problems that arise with them can cost you more and more money.
Besides cost, there are other factors that make brand-new homes uniquely suitable for those who have just moved here. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why that’s the case. Read More
Welcome to Edmonton! As a new Canadian, you’re probably feeling a bit overwhelmed as you get your bearings in a new city. Figuring out the lay of the land is the first essential step in getting more comfortable in your environment.
We understand what a challenge this can be, so we’ve put together this area guide for new Canadians to help you get started. Read More
Sterling Homes Edmonton will observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. To show our support, all Sterling show homes in Edmonton will be closed on September 30, 2021. The Government of Canada officially designated the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation as a statutory holiday in 2021 to honor… Read More
Homebuyers know that if they’re able to time their purchase correctly, they’ll be able to get a great deal on the home they’ve decided on. But the hard part is figuring out exactly when to make that purchase. This can be especially difficult if you’re planning to buy a home in Canada but aren’t familiar with the process.
If you’ve been holding off on buying your home, it’s time to start shopping! Several market factors are coming together to make now the perfect time to buy your new home in Canada. Let’s take a closer look at some of the reasons why. Read More
When you decide to start building a brand-new home, you’ll soon realize there are a lot of decisions to make – from the community you build in, to the lot location and size, to floor plan layouts, and even right down to the type of cabinets in the kitchen and the style of carpets. It definitely gets overwhelming.
But all of this starts with the most important decision: finding the right builder to work with. Choosing a custom home builder in Edmonton for your home makes all of the other decisions a lot easier, but how do you know if you’ve found the right one? Read More
Settling into a new country can be a big challenge, and if you have kids, you have even more to think about. Canada has one of the best school systems in the world, but it may be quite different from what you’re used to. Don’t worry, this guide to schooling in Edmonton is here to help!
We’ve put this article together to help you learn all about schooling in Canada and your options here in Edmonton. Pay attention because where you live will play a role in where your kids go to school. Read More
When you think about buying a brand-new home, it’s common to picture building that home from scratch. It’s a lengthy process, and the time it takes might be what’s keeping you from buying new construction, even though that’s what you really want. Read More
You’re ready to buy a new home in Canada – it’s an exciting time! One major decision to consider is your first Canadian neighbourhood. You have to decide which neighbourhood you want to build in. Read More
You’ve already decided that a brand-new home is the right choice for your family, but now it’s time to think about whether you should build a home to your exact specifications or whether you should buy an existing home – either a quick possession option or a resale.
Buying a home is a big commitment, and you’ll be living in that home for many years to come, so you don’t want to have any regrets about your purchase. Read More