Demand down with net migration

Posted by Nancy Ball on Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at 12:18pm.

Preparing for the season

Hi Everyone,

Wow, what a summer we are having so far! I hope your cars and homes did not sustain too much damage from the hail and rain storms. A few of my clients incurred damages to their cars, windshields, as well as their house siding, roofs and basements. Being prepared for weather like this can save you some costly repairs and insurance claims. You will see the Q & A section what to do if your home gets water damage and for quick tips click here.

You will see also see articles below on preparation, from "Weathering Storms" to "Staging Your Home for Fall" to getting ready for "Back-to-School Season".

The real estate market is not a bad as the media will have you believe as it really just depends on the supply and demand in that surrounding area.  I realize negative press sells but I have been able to negotiate some fair deals for my buyers and sellers this month of August.  I am excited as a few of you are moving out before the school season starts and some are getting your keys this week so I am looking forward to it!

Feel free to ask me any of your questions and I appreciate your referrals! It really helps my business and means so much.

Have a fun and safe rest of the summer!

-Nancy

Quick Links to articles in my newsletter:

Demand down with net migration
The Best Canadian Cities to Raise a Family
Alberta woman suing company behind popular Pokémon Go game
Severe Storms - What to Do?
Home Staging Tips for Fall
Safety Reminders for Back to School

July 2016 Statistics

    Active Listings   New Listings
*Last 30 days
Sold
*Last 30 days
Benchmark Price
*Last 30 days
  Detached 2727   1489 1108 $502,300
  Apartment 1554   617 254 $277,000
  Attached 1404   577 379 $330,800

Last updated August 2, 2016
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ASK NANCY A QUESTION

Q: What should I do if I see a water leak in my home?

A: Stop the leak as soon as possible and try to identify where it is coming from.  You need to call your home insurance provider and see what qualifies first. Then I would contact a few companies to get quotes of what it will cost to repair the damage and make sure you get a warranty of the work completed.  If you need references, please ask me as I am happy to help.

 



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