Come Home To: 36, 61 Lafleur Drive


Welcome home to this 1,192 square foot fully developed end unit bungalow in Lakeview Estates.

MAIN LEVEL
Offering tall ceilings and windows galore, the main floor den welcomes you as you enter the home. The open-concept kitchen has maple cabinets, centre island with sink, and a dining nook with patio doors out to the backyard. The living room is cozy with a gas fireplace framed by windows on either side and 10-foot ceilings.
The master bedroom is off the living area with a large bay window, 4-piece ensuite bath, and walk in closet. The main level also offers a 2-piece powder room, mudroom with laundry area, and extra cabinets for storage.

LOWER LEVEL
The basement is fully developed with an additional bedroom, 3-piece bath including walk-in shower, large family room with additional fireplace, games area, and a bonus workshop area with extra storage.

Lakeview Estates is a desirable complex with low condo fees and great neighbours.

Come home!

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Address: 36, 61 Lafleur Drive, St. Albert, AB  T8N 0X5
Style: Bungalow
Built: 2006
Size: 1,192 square feet
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.5
Taxes: $4,444 (2015)
Municipality:
 City of St. Albert
Public School: St. Albert Public Schools
Catholic School: Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools
Recreational Facility: Servus Place

Contact us today for more information about this property or to schedule a viewing.

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Weekly Market Minute: 27 April 2016

Here is your Weekly Market Minute for Edmonton & St. Albert.

As always, we are looking back over the last 7-days excluding today and I’ve calculated the absorption rates based on sales data beginning January 1 of this year.

Remember, the absorption rate reflects the length of time it would take to sell all of the current inventory on the market if no new listings were posted and the current market conditions remained the same.

An absorption rate of between 5 and 7 months is generally considered to be reflective of a balanced market; in other words neither buyer nor seller is favoured.

CMA EDMONTON

ACTIVE Listings: 8,192
Average List Price: $428,332

SOLD Listings: 361
Average Sale Price: $387,678
Median Sale Price: $367,900
Average DOM: 53 days

Absorption Rate: 6.8 months
EDMONTON

ACTIVE Listings: 5,689
Average List Price: $433,349

SOLD Listings: 254
Average Sale Price: $380,727
Median Sale Price: $352,000
Average DOM: 53 days

Absorption Rate: 6.5 months

ST. ALBERT

ACTIVE Listings: 444
Average List Price: $522,166

SOLD Listings: 26
Average Sale Price: $439,196
Median Sale Price: $402,500
Average DOM: 41 days

Absorption Rate: 6.4 months

I welcome you to reach out to me if you have any questions about anything I’ve presented or would like to discuss the market in further detail.

Depending on your circumstances there’s rarely a bad time to buy or sell real estate so if you’re thinking about making a move I encourage you to contact your favourite REALTOR® without delay and of course if you don’t have a favourite REALTOR® I’d love the opportunity!

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Come Home To: 1422 Parkland Village


Welcome home to this 1,248 square foot 3-bedroom, 2-bath mobile home backing a green space in Parkland Village.

Built in 2004 and featuring an open-concept floor plan and vaulted ceilings, this home is both inviting and functional in its layout.

The kitchen is spacious with white appliances, walk in pantry, and plenty of oak cabinets. The breakfast nook is open to the living room with new engineered hardwood floors.

There are two bedrooms and a 4-piece bath at the front of the home. The master bedroom is located at the back of the home and features a walk-in closet and a 4-piece ensuite bath with corner shower and jetted tub.

The backyard has a fire pit area and a large storage shed.

Come home!

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Address: 1422, 53222 Range Road 272, Parkland Couny, AB T7X 4M4
Style: Single-wide Mobile Home
Built: 2004
Size: 1,248 square feet
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Taxes: $680 (2015)
Lot Fees/ Lease: $605/ month
Community Manager:
Parkland Village
Municipality:
 Parkland County
Public School: Parkland School Division
Catholic School: Evergreen Catholic School Division
Recreational Facility: Tri Leisure Centre

Contact us today for more information about this property or to schedule a viewing.

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Weekly Market Minute: 21 April 2016

Here is your Weekly Market Minute for Edmonton & St. Albert.

As always, we are looking back over the last 7-days excluding today and I’ve calculated the absorption rates based on sales data beginning January 1 of this year.

Remember, the absorption rate reflects the length of time it would take to sell all of the current inventory on the market if no new listings were posted and the current market conditions remained the same.

An absorption rate of between 5 and 7 months is generally considered to be reflective of a balanced market; in other words neither buyer nor seller is favoured.

CMA EDMONTON

ACTIVE Listings: 8,093
Average List Price: $430,877

SOLD Listings: 379
Average Sale Price: $373,609
Median Sale Price: $363,000
Average DOM: 50 days

Absorption Rate: 6.97 months
EDMONTON

ACTIVE Listings: 5,624
Average List Price: $435,528

SOLD Listings: 274
Average Sale Price: $365,879
Median Sale Price: $359,950
Average DOM: 50 days

Absorption Rate: 6.65 months

ST. ALBERT

ACTIVE Listings: 448
Average List Price: $523,859

SOLD Listings: 30
Average Sale Price: $419,020
Median Sale Price: $391,450
Average DOM: 44 days

Absorption Rate: 6.82 months

I welcome you to reach out to me if you have any questions about anything I’ve presented or would like to discuss the market in further detail.

Depending on your circumstances there’s rarely a bad time to buy or sell real estate so if you’re thinking about making a move I encourage you to contact your favourite REALTOR® without delay and of course if you don’t have a favourite REALTOR® I’d love the opportunity!

///…CP

We’re Making It Our Business

We are proud to sponsor the SAIF Society’s “Make It Our Business” program for the month of April.
Make it our business training teaches people how to recognize, refer, and report incidences of family and relationship violence.
As you might imagine we visit hundreds of houses a year. It’s easy for us to assume they are all warm, loving homes but the fact is far too many are just houses; they’re not actually homes because they are not safe — they’re not free from family violence.
We’re making it our business because we believe every house should be a home!
We hope you’ll be inspired to contact the SAIF Society, invite them into your work place, and make eliminating family and relationship violence your business too!

About the program
Make It Our Business is a national collaboration that develops resources to engage employers and other workplace stakeholders to prevent workplace domestic violence, to support employees at risk of or currently experiencing domestic violence, and to improve workplace health and safety.
The training outlines how employers, supervisors, managers, human resources professionals, security personnel, union representatives, and co-workers can recognize abusive relationships, respond to domestic violence, and refer victims and abusers to support services that offer help.
The Stop Abuse in Families (SAIF) Society, as part of their SAIF Education Program, is a partner in this national program. These workshops (which can be delivered in 1-hour and 3-hour formats) explore domestic violence as an issue that affects all community and workplace members. These workshops are intended to empower participants, giving them the knowledge and tools they need to support family members, friends, neighbours, and colleagues who may be experiencing of domestic, family, or relationship violence.
To learn more, please visit StopAbuse.ca

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