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Audrey and Mike have listed a new property at 10122 104 AVE in Morinville.
This character home offers historic charm with modern touches. Stepping into the arched foyer welcomes you home to your large open concept living-dining room featuring oversized windows for loads of natural light. The spacious white oak kitchen with matching appliances leads to a colossal backyard. The main floor also features a large master bedroom, 4 piece bath and lots of storage closets. Upstairs you will find beautiful oak hardwood floors with 2 additional bedrooms. The full sized basement features a second washroom, workout area, office space, laundry area and a personal workshop. Outside you will find a massive landscaped, fenced backyard with alley access with RV parking. Cozy, picture perfect home located close to schools, shopping and downtown Morinville.
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Audrey and Mike have listed a new property at 328 6720 158 AVE NW in Edmonton.
Platinum Property!! Welcome home to Carlisle Sante Fe! Bright, beautiful, 2 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, corner unit Condo completely renovated in 2016 including all appliances. The galley kitchen features White cabinetry with matching chattels, soft close drawers, contrasting chestnut laminate and granite counters. The generous master bedroom has a Walk-in closet, 4 piece ensuite and dual corner windows. The 2nd bedroom is a good size & perfect for a room-mate, office or den. The unit is ready to move into with nothing that you need to do. The in-suite laundry is a great bonus with an additional storage room. There is a large balcony perfect for summer evenings & BBQs. You can’t beat the location or the perfection of this condo. Quick access to Anthony Henday, Manning Drive, and Canadian Forces Base Garrison. Extra parking stalls available and complex is pet friendly.
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Audrey and Mike have listed a new property at 102 6315 135 AVE NW in Edmonton.
At 639 sq ft, this luxury 1 bedroom condo in located in Holland Gardens, a highly desirable complex close to Londonderry Mall. Situated on main floor for security, this non-smoking home includes a modern open concept floor plan. Good size kitchen has black appliances, plenty of cabinets & counters including large working island. Living room is large with patio door leading to outside, perfect for guest access & extra parking. Other features include high ceilings, large bedroom with 2 closets, insuite laundry with storage room, laminate flooring & BBQ gasline. No more winter scraping with underground parking stall & secured storage cage. Pet friendly complex offers a complete fitness room plus plenty of visitor parking stalls & on-street parking. Condominium contributions include unlimited ELECTRICITY, HEAT, WATER, lawn care with snow removal and all exterior maintenance. Close to public transit, thorough ways & all shopping. With a quick possession, this home shows great & is priced perfect.
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Audrey and Mike have listed a new property at 18023 87 ST NW in Edmonton.
Nestled in the family community of Klarvatten, this beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 & half bath, 2 storey will surely impress you. Open floor plan has inviting kitchen with granite counter tops, center island, pantry, plenty of cabinetry & includes all stainless steel appliances. Both with hardwood flooring, living room has cozy fireplace while dining area has patio door to huge tiered deck & landscaped back yard. Main floor laundry leads to garage entry. Upstairs, master bedroom offers walk-in closet plus ensuite with deep soaker tub. Two more bedrooms & main bathroom complete this level. Unspoiled basement has 2 large windows, basement rough-in & is ready for your personal touch. This energy efficient Landmark built home has Low E/Argon filled triple pane windows, Heat Recovery Ventilator, water pre-heat from plumbing main stack to tankless water heater & is solar ready with conduit from roof to panel. With quick access to major transit & Edmonton Military Garrison, this home should be #1 on your must see list!
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Dealing With Multiple Offers on Your Edmonton Property

Multiple offers on your Edmonton home with Canadian money You may think that having to deal with multiple offers on your home is a wonderful problem. After all, there are so many buyers clamouring to purchase your Edmonton property!
The challenge, however, is picking the best offer – and that isn't always the one with the highest price. Most offers come with conditions, such as "conditional on securing  financing",  "conditional on the sale of our current property" (not a very good one) and others.
You have to consider both the price and the conditions when choosing which offer to accept. There are other considerations, too. What if someone makes a great offer on your home, but they don't have a pre-approved mortgage and they haven’t put their current home on the market? YIKES! Not good! That kind of offer is risky because it is more likely than an unconditional offer to fall through. So there's a lot to think about when you're in the seemingly enviable position of dealing with multiple offers. How do you select the right one? The answer is to have good experienced REALTOR® team (like Audrey Abuan and Mike Muranetz) by your side to help you make the right decision for you & your family!
Want more tips on how to get multiple offers for your home? Call Audrey and Mike today & they will show you how to make it happen on your home, even in today's market!

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Audrey and Mike have listed a new property at 4514 163 AVE in Edmonton.
This beautifully maintained Bedrock built "Hinton" two-story boasts of style and modern charm, nestled in the quiet neighborhood of Brintnell. The spacious foyer welcomes you home with warm, natural color tones, laminate flooring and ample natural light throughout. Open concept main floor features spacious kitchen with granite enhanced counters, an oversized island, walk-in pantry and bright breakfast nook with patio door access to the new two-tiered deck and fully fenced back yard. This floor plan offers laundry on a separate level and a gas fireplace in family room. Upstairs showcases a master suite with walk-in closet, 4 piece en-suite, 2 additional spacious bedrooms & 4 piece main bathroom. Other highlights include flow through humidifier, R-I vacuum system, double attached garage and a FULLY FINISHED basement with a 4th bathroom, 4th bedroom and large family room. Conveniently located close to shopping & grocery stores, Manning Drive, Anthony Henday, Yellowhead Trail, & LRT.
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Audrey and Mike have listed a new property at 1 4616 49 AVE in Gibbons.
WELCOME HOME! Looking to downsize?! Then look no further than this gorgeous 1270 square foot half duplex 2 bedroom condo located in the heart of Gibbons. The main floor boasts of a spacious entrance with ample closet space, U-shaped kitchen with breakfast bar and corner pantry, large living room with corner gas fireplace, a 2 piece bath/ laundry room, generous sized second bedroom, and a massive master bedroom with attached 4 piece en-suite. Your no maintenance patio overlooks a fenced common area to enjoy. Heated and finished garage, air conditioning, and additional parking are just some of the many upgrades you will find in this no maintenance property!
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Audrey and Mike have listed a new property at 5722 143 AVE in Edmonton.
This home has been redone from top to bottom! Your main floor offers a comfortable living room that looks through to your kitchen with newer cabinets, lots of storage, tiled granite counter-tops, water filter, stainless steel appliances & ceramic tile flooring. All appliances stay including the HE front load washer & dryer. There is also a desk area & a newly renovated half bathroom. Upstairs offers a huge master bedroom that easily fits a king size bed, 2 additional bedrooms plus a beautifully renovated bathroom. Downstairs is fully finished with beveled laminate flooring and offers even more space for you. Outside is a fenced back yard that backs on to a quiet green space area. Your serviced parking stall is directly in front of your unit, plus there are newer windows & storm doors. Almost everything has been done! Welcome Home!
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Do You Know the Basics of Home Security?

Most people feel confident about the basics of Locked & Secured Edmonton Homehome security. For example: Keep all doors locked. Have a light on in the house while away. Never hide a key outside in an obvious place, like under the mat. Yet, almost a million and a half (WOW!) properties get burglarized in North America each year. So how can you prevent that from happening to your home? Here are a few less known home security basics:


  • Actually, never hide a key outside. Thieves know all the hiding places. Instead, make sure all family members have a key.
  • Two-thirds of home burglaries occur during the day. So be extra vigilant about making sure doors and windows are locked while you're away at work during the day.
  • Surprisingly, most thieves are not daring. They are 2.7 times more likely to target a home without an alarm system. At the very least, nave some signs prominently displaying an alarm company. Sometimes, merely see these signs will make the burglar move on.
  • Thieves will attempt to force entry throughBarred Edmonton patio door to increase your home security sliding-style doors and windows first. So make sure these have a locking bar or extra bolt lock.
  • Surprising, 40% of household burglaries do not involve forced entry. The thief is able to slip in through an unlocked window or door.
  • Don't show off possessions! An imported racing bike/fancy ski-doo parked next to the garage or expensive audio equipment clearly seen through a window, is an invitation to burglars.
  • Take a look at the lighting and landscaping around your property. Are there spots where a thief could easily hide? If so, make some changes like add motion enabled lights.
  • When planning a trip, have a trusted neighbor or family pick up newspapers, flyers and anything else that may accumulate at your front door.

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If crime rate is a major concern for you, Edmonton has a crime map, where you can see hhow much crime has taken place over the last few months in all communities. Check it out!

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Cannabis legalization could be a problem for Edmonton homeowners.

As an experienced residential Edmonton REALTOR® for more than 20 years, I can foresee growing Cannabis inside our Edmonton homes as a huge negative.

 

 

When selling a property, many buyers are sensitive to smells and find lingering cigarette smoke, pet smells, strong cooking odors very offensive. Marijuana will add to this list.

I understand the benefits and personally know seniors who really enjoy the relief of pain and the relaxing sensation it creates. However, passing a law to allow Edmontonians to grow cannabis in their own homes is completely insane.

For me personally, there are so many questions. Will we need a license to have a pot plant, like our family pets? Should we be smoking the cannabis inside our homes, the ingrained smell is no different than cigarette smells. What if we grow it outside? Who will be responsible for any losses? Let's drug our wildlife. Watching a "stoned" squirrel or bunny hopping down the back alley could be pretty funny. Will we need special insurances in our greenhouses? Are we allowed to play with, alternate this cannabis to create a more potent drug? Can we smoke it with children in the room?

If laws are implemented for growing marijuana inside our homes, will these laws also apply to certain poisonous household plants, making beer and wines, rolling cigarettes Will it stop there or will it continue until we have no freedom of our own property?

As a licensed real estate agent in Alberta, am I suppose to now report everyone who has a cannabis plant? Will my Seller's homes be considered a "Drug House"? Will it be "red flagged" by CMHC and all future mortgages will have to be conventional.
 
One of the key issues that CREA's federal affairs team has been working on recently is on Bill C-45 and the legalization of cannabis in Canada. This is a great article from the Canadian Real Estate Aassociation. - read more

Would love to hear your thoughts on growing cannabis in our Edmonton homes and on purchasing a home where homeowners smoke the cannabis inside.

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Audrey and Mike have listed a new property at 417 6220 134 AVE in Edmonton.
TOP FLOOR UNIT! Open concept floor plan with 9 foot ceilings, over sized windows, laminate floors, stylish black appliances and in-suite laundry. This unit also comes with heated underground parking and a storage cage. The complex is professionally managed, includes heat, water and electricity plus all the perks of condo living and offers a spacious exercise room. Close to shopping and transportation. Superior construction, architecture and quality in Holland Gardens Edmonton.
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Audrey and Mike have listed a new property at 15 8716 179 ST in Edmonton.
Absolutely stunning 2 storey townhouse located in a private cul-de-sac. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath. This home features all the bells and whistles in the fully finished kitchen upgraded with granite counters, cabinets, full height mosaic glass tile back splash, and stainless steel appliances. The living room is bright, open and large enough to accommodate a sectional furniture. Just off the dining area you find a spacious balcony. Upstairs has 3 bedrooms, full bathroom and en-suite off master bedroom with 5' shower. Along with a double garage and no maintenance outside this end unit makes the perfect home. This gorgeous home is located only a few blocks from the Klarvatten lake and park. A perfect home for anyone who wants a modern home with upgraded appliances, double attached garage and no yard work! Contact Audrey at 780-910-5179 or Mike at 780-242-5229 or email us to view this Klarvatten home
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Replacing Your Edmonton Home Ceiling Lights is Easy and Affordable

Changing your ceiling lights is a great way to improve the look and feel of your space and you have more options than ever before in terms of selection and price. Most projects will only take a little bit of your time, even if you're a DIY novice, and they really do make a big impact on the level of comfort people will experience in your Edmonton home.  Edmonton Ceiling Fan Image
Changing out an old ugly ceiling light to a modern new one is easy and only takes seconds. Underneath the cover, at the base of the lamp will be a couple of screws that hold it to the ceiling. After turning off power to the room, unscrew the unit and detach the wires from it. Once you do this, you can simply reattach the new ceiling light, restore the power and enjoy a whole new effect in the room. It really is that simple for most installations, so the only thing to seriously consider is the look you want your light to give off.  Don't forget to flip off the breaker or you will have a shocking experience! haha

One option is to also install a dimmer switch. This is also a simple procedure, and the switch is very inexpensive and can be found in almost any lighting accessory retail location as well as online at your favorite dealer. This will allow you to control the brightness of your ceiling lights, and is perfect for areas such as the dining room, study or even the bedroom.

Chandeliers are a great way to accentuate rooms that have high ceilings, but they can also be small enough to fit over any existing fixture. Whether you are looking to use a chandelier as the focal centerpiece in an entryway or a small accessory for the dining room, there are plenty of models to choose from, and the designs can range from contemporary to classical. The only thing to remember is that your ceiling will need to support the weight of the chandelier, so it is very important to know what those limits are before installing a new piece. You may need to reinforce the mounts or consider an alternative that is less heavy. 

If you do install a chandelier in a room it's also worth considering
Edmonton New Light Fixture imageplacing a large mirror on one wall, this will give the impression of greater space in the room and will accentuate the impact of the chandelier.

Ceiling fans are also exceptionally beautiful and can add a lot to a room, especially kitchens and bedrooms. Most come with or without light fixtures, and you have the option of choosing a simple fan or one with a light attachment. A double benefit of having circulating air as well as light is that it can make a stuffy or crowded room much more pleasant to be in. Just as easy to install as replacement ceiling lights, it can be a simple weekend project that most people can do in about an hour. Finding the right one will depend on need, space and personal taste.

Whether looking for ceiling lights or fans, there is a wide selection to choose from for prices you won't find in traditional stores. A trusted online retailer (Google is your friend) should be a one stop resource for not only products, but for service and coaching as well. If you have a project, you can find a lighting accessory retailer that can help you to transform any space into an inviting place. Just give yourself some extra time for your order to be shipped. Don't forget to check out Amazon.

Styles don't last forever, and changing ceiling lights is easier and less expensive than most people think. From simply replacing a cover to switching to a whole new light entirely, there are more options than ever to transform that dull room into a luminescent space that is warm, inviting and comfortable. Whether you want to install ceiling fans or chandelier lights, there are many design options to choose from, and knowing what the effect is that you want to create will help you to make satisfying choices.


If you have further Edmonton ceiling lights replacement tips, please comment below or thru our contact page

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Almost perfect homes can be yours!

Attention Edmonton House Hunters! If you are a picky buyer, looking for a perfect home and are becoming fustrated because you keep finding the "almost perfect home". There may be a solution.

Did you know, several of our banks and financial lending companies will add in renovation costs with your mortgage. If you have been out House Hunting in Edmonton and find that almost perfect home (but needs a new kitchen, a finished basement or maybe a garage), talk with your mortgage broker and find out if you and your new home qualifiy for combined renovation mortgage.
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What to Take With You When Edmonton Home Shopping

You will want to make the process of shopping for an Edmonton home as productive and enjoyable as possible. After all, you'll be on a quest to find your next dream home. That's why it's important to take the right items with you:


• Digital camera, so you can take pictures of the features you like in the properties you see. Note, you can only take these photos of the outside unless you have permission from the home owner for those interior pictures. Yes, you can use your cell phone camera.
Notepad on clipboard used for shopping for Edmonton homes image• Notepad, so you can take detailed notes. A clipboard is also useful if you have property feature sheets to write on. You can also  take notes on your tablet, too.
• Measurements of your largest pieces of furniture, so you can confirm they'll fit in the rooms of properties you like. Important for those large bedroom suites, sectional couch or even the height of your monster truck (will it fit into the garage?). Have those numbers ready
• Measuring tape to check those measurements. If you have have electronic measuring tools, bring those, too.
Some healthy snacks and beverages, (especially important if you're taking the kids along). Bottled water should be on this list.
Map of the Edmonton local area, so you can check out local parks and other neighbourhood features. Google Maps works, too.
Clear driving directions to each of the properties you want to see. A GPS could Chequebook used for deposit for offer on Edmonton proprty for sale imagebe useful, too. (yes, cellphone!)

• Your cheque book. If you find your perfect home, you want to write an offer before someone else snaps it up. Many Edmonton listings today are asking for bank drafts so this isn't as important as a few years ago.

• Slipon shoes, easy to get and out of those houses really fast. Snow on the ground, bring easy to put on boots. Stay away from lace up footware.


One of the best ways to shop for a home, and actually enjoy the experience, is to work with a great REALTORS® like Audey and Mike. Give us a call 780-910-5179 or 780-242-5229 or reach out through our contact page and we can go over the buying process to get you moving into your dream home. What else do you think we should bring? If you can think of anything else, just comment below.

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Audrey and Mike have listed a new property at 17816 87 ST in Edmonton.
A beautiful home in the heart of the Lakeview community with over 2500 sq.ft. of living space. As you enter this wonderful home, you are greeted with a spacious foyer, followed by the open concept and gorgeous maple hardwood flooring throughout the main floor. Kitchen features include extended counter top, working island with curved breakfast bar, matching maple cabinets, high-end stainless steel appliances, and walk-in pantry. Just off of the kitchen is a ceramic tiled step-down landing to the garage, laundry, bathroom, and storage closet to keep out dirt from the outside. This home is very meticulous! Upstairs is a huge bonus room with soaring ceiling and built-in window seat plus three generous sized bedrooms with master suite and walk-in closet. Other great features of this home include oversized windows in a dining room for maximum sunlight, water softener, gas fireplace, fully finished basement with 4th bathroom and a fully fenced backyard accented by a fabulous composite two-tiered deck perfect for summer BBQ's with friends and family. Audrey at 780-910-5179 or Mike at 780-242-5229 or email us to view this Klarvatten home
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Top 5 Mistakes Edmonton Buyers Make

So you're ready to meet the challenge of buying a new home? With common-sense planning, you can avoid these five common buyer mistakes and steer yourself towards success:

1. Impulse buying

To skip this mistake, do some serious research on what are your specific needs. Example is, how are the local schools? Are there parks or gym facilities that fit your needs? How is the traffic to shopping centres, work, friends &

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family? Is shopping close by? In other words, compare areas in terms of what is important to you personally. You

might find your "dream house" only to discover that resales are slow, schools are terrible, traffic is a nightmare or that aircraft fly right over the front yard ~yikes~. Bottom line – make your new Edmoton home earn its stripes. Before you commit to a long term home relationship, make certain you are both compatible.

2. Not setting any budget limits

Don't make the classic mistake of buying more than you can afford. Your first responsibility is to pay your mortgage, taxes and insurance. If you're set on upgrades or remodeling, can you fit them into your budget? What about furnishings? Can you afford the extra furniture for those extra bedrooms or for that huge new living/family room? And what about utilities? Those cathedral ceilings are breathtaking, but have you considered the additional heating costs?Foreclosure is not fun and that what happens if you don't pay those bills.

Edmonton mortgage pre-approval image3. Not getting pre-approved for a mortgage

Speaking of monthly payments, most experts  (including us) consider it absolutely crucial for buyers to seek pre-approval from a lender before even looking to purchase. While pre-approval doesn't mean you are approved for a loan, at the very least it establishes precisely what you can afford. Once you have that info, you can avoid the heartbreak of finding the perfect home only to discover that it's beyond your financial reach. In addition, pre-approval substantially improves your status as a buyer in the eyes of a seller... BIG TIME. If you don't have a lender, ask and we know some great people who can help.

 

4. Not working with professionals

So, you've found a lender. Now you need to complete your professional support team. Too many buyers believe they can do this on their own and they disregard professional input. Avoid a nightmare later by assembling a group of professionals who will suit your needs, represent you, and whose expertise you respect. Begin your search with a buyer's agent (preferably an ABR®) . Resist the urge to call the REALTORS® number on the For Sale sign. The seller's agent works for the seller. You need a REALTOR® who will work on your behalf and negotiate with your best interests in mind. Will you need a lawyer? It's a great idea to find an excellent lawyer as your search begins, rather than in the midst of it. To say that Real Estate documents are confusing is an understatement. A lawyer specializing in Real Estate is best suited to protect you from unexpected terms or surprises when it's time to sign on the dotted line. We have a list of recommended lawyers you may want to choose from. And what about a home inspector? Which brings us to the next mistake…

Don't cut corners, use a licenced Edmonton home inspector image 5. Cutting corners on the home inspection

Some lenders may require a home inspection before they will approve a mortgage. Buyers are wise to pay for a thorough inspections to include structural components, electrical, piping, roof integrity, sewage or leaks, etc. A minor investment with a home inspector is a small price to pay in exchange for enormous deficiencies later. I have a list of recommended licenced home inspectors you may want to choose from. Even thou your friend or family member (uncle, dad, brother) may work in the trades or contruction doesn't mean they are a home inspector.

Ultimately, with smart planning and a realistic approach to home buying, you really can enjoy the dream of owning your perfect home. Please browse thru our buyers pages as we have plenty of preliminary info for you. When you are ready to look for your Edmonton home or have general home ownership questions, please call us direct Audrey 780-910-5179, Mike 780-242-5229, thru our contact page or even down below in the comments.

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Top 12 Things to Pack Last

It's time to pack up your rental apartment and move to your new Edmonton home. Here's a helpful list of 12 items to pack last and keep handy (a.k.a. they're the things you'll need to get to first and frequently)

  1. Extension cords, batteries, everything's electric these days it seems. Computers, CD players, smart phone, all those little gizmos you just can't seem to live without. So it just makes sense to keep that extension cord or pack of new batteries right on top within reach.Packing boxes to move into your new Edmonton home image
  2. Tools. We're talking hammers and screwdrivers, nails & screws, scotch tape, duct tape and especially a tape measure. A good multi tool wouldn't hurt, either. Will be handy for assemling those beds.
  3. Dehydration is a sneaky beast, so be prepared. A bottle opener and glasses. Thirst always seems to come first, particularly if you have to lug that stuff around. Make sure you have enough for your moving crew, too! (great way to "brib" them as they are moving your stuff).
  4. Snack, pizza or fast food coupons. You're going to work up a hunger so think about treating yourself to a quick bite or a night out to your favourite fast food joint. Again, make sure you have enough food for the moving crew/friends!
  5. Address book or important contacts on your smartphone. Keep those important telephone numbers handy.
  6. Cell phone or regular landline telephone to plug in - put these within easy reach. There's is always potential for an emergency call.
  7. Sufficient cash. If you are opening a new bank account, you may have to wait for your first check to clear. Traveller's checks wouldn't hurt, either. Usually your debit card would work.
    Alarm clock to wake you up for work in your new Edmonton job image
  8. Copy of your lease & personal ID such as driver's license. Speaking of banking, if you are starting a new checking account (or applying for utilities service), you'll need proof of your new address. Ask your bank if they would accepted your purchase contract.
  9. Cleaning materials. Paper towels, broom & dustpan, mop, bucket, garbage bags, etc. Accidents do happen. Oh yes, don't forget some toilet paper, soap & hand towel.
  10. Extra light bulbs as you may have some burnt out bulbs, a small lamp (perhaps a flashlight). It may be dark when you move in.
  11. Alarm clock. You don't want to miss your first day of work, do you? Nowadays, your smartphone will be a great substitute.
  12. Box cutter. Don't pack that tool as it's the first thing you need to open your boxes.

If you can add anything to this list, please let us know thru our contact page or comment below.

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Please visit our Open House at 4062 33A ST in Edmonton.
Open House on Sunday, March 4, 2018 2:00PM - 4:00PM Basement features open concept with large custom kitchen. Call Audrey at 780-910-5179 for more details no
An inner city urban oasis featuring a tranquil waterfall, pond with koi fish, mature foliage and trees, private fenced off garden area, fire pit, flagstone walking paths and huge west facing covered deck overlooking a spectacular landscape. Indoors, both the upstairs and downstairs kitchens are bright, open and offer ample counter and cupboard space. This home has plenty of built in storage, a large foyer, a formal dining room, massive loft, 3.5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, wood burning and gas fireplaces, loft over looking the foyer, a completely finished basement, underground sprinklers, R.V. Parking with an 8 foot door and so much more. An amazing home with an amazing view! Audrey at 780-910-5179 or Mike at 780-242-5229 or email us to view this home
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