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Kari R.
A huge thank you to Mike and Audrey for all their hard work in the selling of my home.  Their great advice on what I needed to do prior to listing my property and the excellent communication day to day with me, really made what I thought was going to be a total nightmare, end up being a total breeze!  I found both Mike and Audrey very easy to get along with, extremely knowledgeable and very...
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I have listed a new property at 10138 71 ST in EDMONTON.
Looking for a possible rental or a place to put the parents? This 5 bedroom, 1180 sq foot bungalow with separate front basement entrance may be your answer. Very clean throughout, the upstairs is spacious & has 3 bedrooms, with original hardwood throughout this level. Downstairs has large windows all around, huge living room, kitchen, 2 more bedrooms, 3 piece bath and shared laundry. This level is very warm with separate furnace & own thermostat then enhanced with basement heat vents coming thru the floor, not the ceiling. Other house features is newer vinyl siding, soffit, capped windows, newer exterior doors, some windows with shutters, frost free exterior taps and newer furnaces with hot water tank. Backyard has some chain link fencing, newer 2 tiered deck & double car garage also with newer vinyl siding. Close to all shopping, public transit and quick possession. This is an excellent home with an excellent price! Call Mike at 780-242-5229 or email me to set up a private showing.
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I have listed a new property at 330 16311 95 ST in EDMONTON.
729 sq ft fully furnished 1 bedroom luxury condo in Eaux Claires Promenade, a highly desirable complex just behind Namao shopping centre. Located on third floor for security, features of this non-smoking home include modern open concept floor plan, large bedroom, corner gas fireplace, insuite laundry with large storage room, gas BBQ & forced air heating/cooling with included central air conditioning. Good size kitchen has plenty of cabinets & counters including a large working island. Includes all furniture, TV, Blu-Ray, full cooking set, etc. Condo contributions include water, heat & gas utilities. Complex amenities include fitness room, games room & guest suite for your visiting family. Energized parking stall can be seen from south facing balcony for vehicle remote start. Plenty of overnight visitor parking right in front of building. Available with a quick possession, this home shows excellent, is picture perfect & priced right.
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We are Posted From Edmonton...What's Next?

Come on Edmonton, Canada. Your are posted so call Mike Muranetz for IRP & Brookfield info for selling your home image

So after a good talk with your career manager, you been told that you are posted out of CFB Edmonton. What's next? You need to find a good REALTOR® on Brookfield's IRP list to help sell your home. Mike will get you moving. I'm already been getting calls to do what I call "Pre-Listing" appointments. These are basically consultations to help you get a jump start for preparation of selling your Edmonton & area home. I will show you how to get your home ready (paint, minor repairs), provide a RE/MAX exclusive "Fit to Sell" DVD for staging, give a market snapshot of homes for sale & sold in your neighbourhood, discuss options for your move & address any other concerns. No pressure & no paper work.

If you like, I have a list of preferred REALTORS® which I have personally worked with in the past. These hand picked people have the same work ethic and experience to help you on your eventual House Hunting Trip (HHT) with your new home. As I've always said, I am only half the journey and I need to hand you off to someone who will look after you and your family needs to the same calibre. Check for more details how I get the job done on this page here.

If you been verbally told you are posted or if some stroke of luck, actually have a posting message in hand, don't hesitate to give me a call 780-242-5229, toll free (goes to my cell phone) 1-888-556-8560 or email me Mike@MikeMuranetz.com  You won't be disappointed by my guidance, experience & ultimate results!

 

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Top 12 Things to Pack Last

Its 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.Edmonton packing boxes to move into your new 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.
  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!
  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 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.
  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.
  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.Alarm clock to wake you up for work in your new Edmonton job image
  10. Light 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?
  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 me know thru my contact page.

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