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Being a renter can be tough and getting the first months rent and a security deposit can be daunting task, especially since most of us live pay cheque to pay cheque. Like most renters you want the full amount of your security deposit back.

From a property manager perspective, we want to give back your security deposit and we are usually happy to do so. There are a few things that we will look for when it comes to giving back the full amount of your security deposit.

Before and During the Move in process

Keeping your security deposit starts before you move into the home. The moment you get your keys and do your initial property walk through you want to note any items that need repair, this not...

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The commercial real estate market is booming in Canada, and it's not showing any signs of slowing down.

If you're an entrepreneur looking to invest in Canadian commercial real estate, now is definitely the time to take action and start shopping.

Shopping for commercial real estate can be challenging and overwhelming. It's definitely not impossible to find a great property, though. You just have to make sure you're asking the right questions.

Listed below are some key questions you need to ask when you're purchasing commercial property.

Is it in the Right Location?

There are a lot of similarities between the process of looking to rent a property and looking to buy a commercial property....

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Being on the lookout for a home to rent has its enjoyable moments, but it can also be a harrowing experience. Walking to a sizable pad that is accessible and within your budget: pleasure! Walking into a flat which does not look anything like the pictures: harrowing.


We've observed numerous rental scams in the last few years. To help you avoid scams and to sidestep prospective rentals that are just a waste of time, we have compiled a list of giant rental red flags to keep a lookout for throughout your search.


No invoice or receipt for a deposit


Many renters do not recognize that if a broker or management firm doesn't offer a receipt for your deposit, it is a big red flag. Before giving anyone a...

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When it comes to selling a home, appearances are everything. That is why more and more homeowners hoping to impress buyers are investing in house staging however decluttering, styling, and making your home look its absolute best, this procedure can make you want to pull your hair out.


To make this job a little easier, we asked sellers for their own best home-staging advice, we then compiled their greatest tips. If you are getting ready to put your home on the current market, use these pointers to spruce things up in a jiffy--and help buyers fall in love with your property.


Keep your home tidy 24/7

When showing a home, it is important to keep your house tidy with all your possessions peeled away...

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Are you planning on selling your home? If so, you'll need to prepare if you want to get the best deal possible. After all, the steps you take before showing your house to prospective buyers can make or break your chance of selling for the best profit possible.

Not sure where to get started? Don't worry. We have all the information you need right here.

Keep reading for ten essential tips about preparing your home for sale. Let's get started!

1. Let Go

If you want to prep your house for sale, you'll need to start by letting go of your emotions and attachments. This will make the entire process much easier. Here are some helpful steps you can take to achieve this.

Make Sure That You're Ready to Sell...

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It's no surprise that St. Albert is the seventh best place to live in Canada. Out of a list of qualifications and ratings, it beat 410 other cities.

If you're looking for the perfect city to move to, you need to consider St. Albert.

From natural space to a downtown core, you get the best of both worlds. It caters to growing families and single-dwellers. For a small city, it has everything you need.

Keep reading to find out more about your dream hometown. There are hundreds of awesome reasons to move to St. Albert, Canada, but here are the top ten.

1. It's Super Safe

One of the biggest things families look for when moving is a low crime rate. You want to know your children will be safe to play...

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Condo living often elicits images of carefree weekends sitting beside the pool, but there are some pros and cons to consider before making a purchase.


1. The Lifestyle Itself: One of the biggest advantages of condo living can also become a disadvantage. The sense of community, amenities and other features that originally attracted you to a community may change as your needs and desires change. Make sure you select a condo that truly reflects a lifestyle you will love.


2. Shared Responsibility:A condo association establishes many rules and regulations - typically by majority vote. Likewise, maintenance and repair costs are also shared by members. Things can get dicey when individual members are...
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When you make or receive an offer to buy a property, it's important that you read and understand every clause. It is especially important to understand any conditions or any changes that are made to the standard offer.

 

An offer may contain several types of conditions. The most common are "conditional upon arranging financing" and "conditional upon passing a professional home inspection." However, there may be other conditions as well.

 

You should be aware of – and fully understand – all of them.

 

In addition, the wording of an offer may change during the back and forth negotiations that often happen. Aside from changes to the price, other clauses may be added, removed...

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