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Gabriella Makar, MBA
RE/MAX Elite
14717 40 AV, Edmonton, Alberta
P: 780-819-7877
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Thursday, March 3, 2011 - Edmonton's Housing Market Slowly Unthawing

Things have been pretty slow in the capital city housing market since last spring, and although the market wasn?t a hotbed of activity in February, it did show some life. The number of homes sold in Edmonton during February was 1,044, up from very low level levels in both December (784) and January (735). Meanwhile housing prices were flat, with the overall median residential price (includes all types of homes) slipping slightly to $305,000 from $307,000 in January 2011 and exactly unchanged ... Full Article...

posted in General at Thu, 03 Mar 2011 20:08:49 +0000

Friday, February 25, 2011 - Interest Rates as of Feb. 24, 2011

The following table provides the most current interest rates available. Remember, all rates are subject to change without notice.  TERM INTEREST RATE 6 Mo 3.80% 1 Year 2.50% 2 Year 3.20% 3 Year 3.35% 4 Year 3.84% 5 Year 3.84% 7 Year 4.70% 10 Year 5.10% Variable Rate Mtg 2.20%  Prime 3.00% * Please speak to your bank or mortgage company to see if these rates are still current and applicable to your specific situation. Information quoted is not guaranteed and may change at any time. ... Full Article...

posted in News at Fri, 25 Feb 2011 21:52:56 +0000

Wednesday, May 19, 2010 - Great Job Canada!

Nice Job, Canadian Affiliates! RE/MAX is incredibly proud of their Affiliates in Canada, and a report last week provided another reminder of just how phenomenal Canadian brokerages are. RE/MAX filled 130 slots in the first-ever REAL Trends Canadian Top 200 rankings, which means we have 65% of the country's most productive firms, based on closed transaction sides. The closest competitor had only 28 brokerages on the list. The RE/MAX per-agent average of 17.9 transaction sides was 3 sides higher ... Full Article...

posted in News at Wed, 19 May 2010 19:07:56 +0000

Wednesday, May 12, 2010 - Staging Tips

Wallpaper means work in the buyer's eyes. Work to remove, work to clean, more work to repair possible damage and work to re-paint. Having a wallpapered property screams to the buyer that this home is outdated and will cost money and time to fix up. Unless a buyer is an investor looking to purchase a home at a great deal, most buyers will simply move on as they are not interested in that much expense and effort.  Typically removal of wallpaper means money in a seller's pockets. It is essential ... Full Article...

posted in General at Wed, 12 May 2010 18:25:06 +0000

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