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Edward Gebran, REALTOR ®
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SOLD Stickers = Happy Faces. Works every time :)
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05/09/2018
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MacEwan Village is Now SOLD - 30 Days on Market. Congrats to my seller :) And a warm welcome to the new buyer
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Check out this Foreclosure Opportunity in Bannerman. Only $277,000
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This beautiful view now belongs to a new owner, and my seller couldn't be happier - SOLD within 19 days at 99.2% of list price. Great way to go into the long weekend :)

Happy Canada Day All
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PENDING with Multiple offers in 1 DAY.. SOLD in 8 DAYS for $26,000 OVER LIST! #edsellshomes #yegre #capilano
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Market Stats are in for March!
Let one of our team member help you sort through all those numbers and see how they can make them work to your advantage! #yegre #yegishome
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Award season has ended for Hollywood but is just starting for Real Estate. We are proud to say the Gebran & Associates of Search Home in Edmonton team achieved the Medallion for being in the TOP 10% of Sales in Edmonton & surrounding areas. But, this post isn’t to brag or pat ourselves on the back but to explain to you how a top producing agent can benefit you.
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Did you know not pricing your home right the first time can have a detrimental effect on the sale of your home? #yegre
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Market Status: We are currently in a #BuyersMarket. As of today there is 4,644 listings available in Edmonton and only 869 SOLD in February. #yegre #stats #edmonton
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Micro apartments or condominiums have become a popular trend in huge urban cities like Vancouver, Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, etc. The roots of this “Tiny House Movement” has started in Japan, where the residential land area is limited. Nowadays, limited land space is not the only reason why people are shifting to “living small”, other reasons such as financial concerns, environmental concerns, and the desire to live simply and experience freedom have encouraged homeowners to get into this global phenomenon.

Typically, the micro units are under 600 square feet and have a very minimalist design to create the illusion of space. Latest condo design layouts usually have incorporated ingenious ideas to provide comfortable living space as well as a lot of storage areas, yet still aesthetically pleasing to the eye.

Micro Condos may not be for everyone, however, you should not disregard this idea entirely especially with the new condo designs along with multifunctional furniture ideas that are available right now. Tiny living is all about swapping the size of your home for the benefits in cost, flexibility, location, and efficiency.

SOURCE - multihousingnews.com
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