There are plenty of pros and cons to weigh for someone considering entering or re-entering the real estate market. For those who are looking at this as a purely financial decision, often this means comparing the overall cost of purchasing a property to how that same investment might perform if invested elsewhere. When doing this math, it is important that prospective buyers in Alberta consider the costs associated with real estate transactions outside of the sticker price of the home.
Knowing when to purchase a rental property can be difficult, but choosing when to sell it can be just as challenging if not more so. There are many different reasons why Alberta landlords might choose to put a rental property back on the residential real estate market. Here are just a few of the factors that may make it worth selling a rental property.
Many people are know that they need extra space and friendly neighbourhoods when buying a home for a family with children. But what should Alberta homebuyers with pets consider when purchasing a place to live? Here are a few questions residential real estate buyers should ask when seeking a space for themselves and their furry friends.
Prospective homebuyers and sellers can often benefit from paying attention to trends in their local markets. Recently, research was released showing the least and more affordable residential real estate markets in Alberta. The figures were calculated using the price-to-income ratio in each major market in the province.