Tue, 07 Apr by

“A brilliantly cut diamond, a seamlessly tailored ensemble, cuisine catered to your palate. When something is crafted especially for you, there’s a depth to it, a quality that conjures confidence and comfort, inspiration and individuality.”

Augusta Fine homes are incredible as they are able to seamlessly tailor the space to your needs with flawless finishing’s and function layouts.

Currently they are building in Langdale  (upper Windermere), Ravines of Richford, West pointe, Hillcrest and Webber greens.

If you are looking for that builder that goes that extra way to make your house a home this is it. They also in courage you to work with me as they understand the advantage to  working with an experienced real estate professional they want this entire experience to be like none you have ever had before.

“We appreciate the finer things in life, and build remarkable places where you will too!”


Augusta Fine Homes


Fri, 02 Jan by

Written serivce agreement

Fri, 14 Nov by

The Real Estate Council of Alberta introduced mandatory written service agreements to enhance consumer protection, by providing greater clarity of the roles and obligations between real estate professionals and their clients, and to reduce any potential for conflicts and confusion.

1. How do I learn about options for a working relationship with a real estate professional?

The real estate professional will explain the options available, and give you a Consumer Relationships Guide that outlines the options, the difference between being a customer or a client, and the responsibilities of the real estate professional in each option.

2. Are Buyer Representation Agreements mandatory?
Yes. As of July 1, 2014, the Real Estate Council of Alberta requires residential real estate professionals to use written service agreements when working with a client. Real estate professionals will ask buyer and seller clients to sign a written service agreement.

3. What is the purpose of written service agreements?

Written service agreements inform clients about what they can and should expect from their relationship with their authorized industry professional. They:

  • describe the responsibilities and services of the real estate professional
  • outline the obligations of the real estate professional and the client
  • set out the fees (if any) or how the industry professional will be compensated
  • provide consent to collect, maintain, use, and distribute a client’s personal information
  • address any potential conflict of interest scenarios


Pack your memories away

Sat, 28 Jun by

Items that remind us of special people, events, milestones and interests are

an important part of what makes a home a home. Pictures on the fireplace

mantle, for example, showcase family and friends that are important to us.

You might also have trophies, certificates, greeting cards, and other

mementoes on display in key places.

Of course, all of those things add warmth and meaning to your home.

However, if you’re preparing your home for sale, it’s a good idea to pack

those memories away – at least until you’ve sold your property and moved to

your new home.

Why? Because those pleasant mementoes that mean so much to you may

actually turn off potential buyers.

You see, when buyers view your property, you want them to be able to

clearly picture themselves and their families living there. That’s difficult to do

if everywhere they look they see reminders that this is your home!

So, to help sell your home quickly, make it look great, but not personalized.

Think of the showroom displays you see set up in furniture stores. Those

displays are most appealing when they enable you to easily picture yourself,

with that furniture, in your home. You probably wouldn’t feel that way if it

looked like the furniture belonged to someone else.

Of course, buyers will know you currently live in your home. But helping

them imagine themselves living there will help you sell your property faster –

and possibly for a better price.

Need more tips on preparing your home for sale? Call Today!



Thu, 12 Dec by

Hey everyone check day 10 of giving on the Jason Gregor show today i have donated my seller’s commission for your house. (In a regular sale half the commission goes to the seller realtor and half to the buyer. So this is $3.5% on the first $100,000 and $1.5% on the balance).
On a $500,000 house that is a value of $9,500.00 just to give you a reference point.

You can bid on this package by calling 780.444.1260 between 2-6 p.m. today.

The Cotton club Edmonton

Fri, 13 Sep by

The Edmonton Cotton Club is an approved fundraiser for the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation. The purpose of the event is to raise funds for the Stollery Children’s Hospital. The 2013 Edmonton Cotton Club will be held at the Venue at River Cree Resort, on Friday, October 26th, 2013.

Your support is important to the success of this fundraiser and the mission of the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation. We encourage donors to support the 2012 Cotton Club through sponsorship, auction items, and cash donations. Benefits for event sponsors are determined by event organizers and are not eligible for tax receipting. Tax receipts are only issued for cash donations over $25.00 and donors will be asked to submit personal information for the purpose of tax receipting.

The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation enhances health services for children by raising money to support the Stollery Children’s Hospital and programs that support health, prevent disease and treat illness. Funding provided by the Foundations supports heal services for children through education, research, infrastructure and acquisition of equipment.

Are you financially ready?

Wed, 23 Jan by

I just Love this page on the CMHC web site it really help you to know “Are you financially ready” to owning a home it breaks it down from your current Household Expenses to your Monthly Debt Payments.

You then add it all up and head down to  How Much Can You Afford and the affordability rules are FANTASTIC I love Rule 1; monthly housing costs shouldn’t be more than 32% of your gross monthly income. Housing costs include your monthly mortgage payments (principal and interest), property taxes and heating expenses. This is known as PITH for short — Principal, Interest, Taxes and Heating.


I Really want eveyone to read this i think it is super important to know how much it RELLY costs to own a home bill,maintance and what overall life style you want to live no wantes to be a slave to home paymenall play a part


Click on the link below a MUST READ!

Rekey all the locks in the house you just bought

Wed, 23 Jan by

Buying a home is an exciting venture, but there can often be security risks attached to the purchase. I’m referring to those risks that are inherited – either from the builder or the previous homeowner.
Keys are a perfect example. It’s exciting to receive the keys to a new home, but you need to ask yourself whether they’re the only keys to the house.
Did the previous homeowner loan keys to caregivers, family members, neighbours or cleaning companies that may not have been returned?
This is why you need to rekey all the locks in your new home.
Rekeying should not be confused with replacing a lock. You don’t need to replace the locks in your new home to lock out the previous key. A locksmith simply disassembles the lock cylinder – the area that accepts the key – discards the old pins, and replaces them with ones that fit your new key. This is not an expensive procedure, and it usually only takes a few minutes to change several locks.

New certification program ‘a win-win’

Wed, 23 Jan by

If you’re in the market for a pre-owned home or thinking of selling your home, you might want to look more closely at the certified pre-owned  home program.

The concept is brand new to Edmonton, one of only two cities in Western  Canada (Kelowna being the other) offering the program. Modelled after  the certified pre-owned vehicle program that has been around for some  time, the pre-owned home program has advantages for both the buyer and  the seller.

It involves an inspection by a qualified home inspector, at the seller’s expense before the home goes on the market. The seller must complete  any repairs, the house is then re-inspected and is listed as “Certified Pre-Owned.” Potential buyers receive a summary of the inspection so they know what corrections were made.

The other component to the program is a one-year home warranty provided  to the buyer. The home warranty is paid for by the seller and offers  structural coverage for the roof, siding and foundation, as well as home appliances and home systems such as interior plumbing and electrical,  hot water heater, ductwork and central heating.

The home warranty insurance is different from homeowner’s insurance, which covers damage to the home due to fire, flood or lightning and is the buyer’s responsibility.The total cost to have your home listed as certified pre-owned is around $800, including the home inspection and the home warranty insurance

$12M Ghost Lake Manor, Alberta

Wed, 23 Jan by

Check out this home located right here in Alberta:

Defined by its exquisite craftsmanship and impeccable taste and detail, this home features more than 13,000sqft., five bedrooms, nine baths, a two-storey library and 18-seat movie theatre. The indoor pool/hot tub area features a glass roof. The gated entrance leads you down a paved circular driveway to the tennis court, picket fenced garden area, playground, island pond with cascading waterfall and bridge that leads to a private island w/covered sitting area. The property consists of 117 acres with unobstructed views of the mountains.

See all the photos at the lin below thank you to the Edmonton journal for sharing!

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