Thinking about buying a new home? If you're not paying cash, then you’ll probably need a mortgage.
The first step in the home buying process is to consult with a mortgage lender about your financing options. The process is simple. Fill out the form below and we will connect you with local lenders that can guide you through your pre-approval journey.
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Are you thinking about buying? The video resources below cover many of the common questions that most people have during the home buying journey.View Resource
Edmonton is a great city for families with plenty of safe and family-friendly communities to choose from. This guide helps you find the perfect neighborhood for your family by highlighting the best communities in Edmonton.View Resource
Buying a home in Edmonton can be an exciting, but also a daunting experience. It's important to understand the latest market trends and conditions in order to make an informed decision about your purchase.View Resource
Are you a first-time homebuyer? Did you know that if you haven’t owned a property in the last three years that you are considered a first-time homebuyer?View Resource
The best properties usually don’t stay on the market very long. Below is a list of properties that just became available for sale. This is where many active buyers find their dream home!View Resource
Before the offer to purchase is created, you must be at least pre-qualified or, better yet, pre-approved by a lender, unless you are paying cash.View Resource
Thinking about buying a new home? If you're not paying cash, then you’’ probably need a mortgage.View Resource
Relocating to Edmonton The city offers a warm, friendly welcome for newcomers, and boasts one of the lowest costs of living in Canada.View Resource
Once your offer is accepted by the seller it starts the offer accepted period. You will be asked for a down payment, typically 1% of the purchase price, on the home you are purchasing which will be held with an attorney or settlement company and applied to the final purchase of your property.View Resource
Complete the form below and we'll create you a custom property search. Anytime when we find properties that match your specific criteria we’ll send you an email.View Resource
Safety is a top priority for many families and Edmonton has many neighborhoods with low crime rates and a strong sense of community. This guide helps you find the safest communities in Edmonton by highlighting the top neighborhoods in the city.View Resource
You've found your dream home, the seller has accepted your offer, your loan has been approved and you're eager to move into your new home.View Resource