With an ideal central-west location and flourishing business centre, Westmount is quickly becoming one of Edmonton’s most coveted destinations to call home. Situated on the doorstep of the downtown core, this neighbourhood offers an ideal balance of scenic natural amenities and first-class city conveniences.
You’ll find a wide variety of home styles throughout Westmount, including detached homes, duplexes, and condos. An appealing mixture of character-filled older homes and contemporary-style infill projects offer major curb appeal along the neighbourhood’s tree-lined streets.
Explore this gorgeous home that showcases this sought-after community’s infill developments at their finest!
Featuring three bedrooms and four bathrooms, this 1,864
Are you a fan of the classic Old Fashioned? Or perhaps you fancy something a little sweeter, like a citrus-based cocktail with a Mexican twist? The good news is: Central Edmonton offers plenty of delicious cocktail options, so there's something for everyone (even for the coffee lover!).
Whether you're looking to impress a first date, or are hitting the town with a group of friends, below are some of the Proctor Team's picks for six sip-worthy cocktails in Central Edmonton.
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With the days of summer officially behind us, we know that it’s only a matter of time before temperatures take a dip and our energy bills begin to rise. Keeping our homes functioning efficiently and effectively is important year-round, but even more so throughout the winter months. To maximize the heat your home produces, and to help keep your bills from skyrocketing, our realtor team at Proctor put together a list of simple ways to save energy in your home.
Adjust your thermostat
Making some easy adjustments to your thermostat can save more energy than you think. If you have a programmable thermostat, schedule your heat to be higher during the day when you’re at home and lower when you plan to go to sleep. Invest in some warm bed covers to
The spookiest season has arrived! Getting your home ready for Halloween can seem a little scary for your bank account, but there are plenty of ways to create a haunting effect on a budget. Check out the Proctor real estate team's five favourite tips to transform your home into a ghoulish masterpiece this Halloween.
The pumpkin is king
Jack-o’-lanterns are a Halloween staple; however, don’t limit yourself to just carving a single pumpkin in a customary way! Take advantage of this cost-effective gourd and use as many pumpkins as you can in a variety of styles. Try using an array of sizes and painting them black or white for a non-traditional look. The more the better! There’s nothing that screams Halloween more than a front yard filled with
Edmonton and area has contributed its fair share of talent to Hollywood, sports, history, and music. From hockey legends, to movie stars, to singer-songwriters and men and women who have made a significant impact on history, there's no shortage of incredible talent, passion, and determination in our city and surrounding area.
Just how many of Edmonton and area's most famous do you know? Take the quiz to find out!
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If you’ve decided to purchase real estate in Edmonton for rental purposes, you may be wondering how to make your unit stand out from the competition. Our realtor team at Proctor did some research to find the best ways to make your real estate investment more desirable to prospective renters.
Below are a few of our top tips that will help get you the best return on your rental property investment.
Don’t underestimate curb appeal
First impressions are a big deal, so if your rental property has an exposed exterior do your best to make it look as appealing as possible. If you’re looking for a tenant in the warmer months, be sure that your yard is clean and kept. Make your property even more attractive by adding flowerpots near the front
Garneau is one of Edmonton’s most celebrated and historically rich communities. Located on the south side of the city, and home to the University of Alberta, this vibrant neighbourhood features plenty of unique homes and amenities. Location is key, and in Garneau you’ll find everything you need within walking distance.
Nestled between University Avenue and Saskatchewan Drive, Garneau boasts a great mix of low-rise and high-rise apartments, bungalows, and even some 1920s Arts and Crafts houses. The charming community presents inviting tree-lined streets and green spaces for residents to enjoy. If you’re hunting for a new home in Garneau, you’ll find plenty of unique options to explore.
Check out this gorgeous three-bedroom townhouse situated in
Whether you're an introvert, extrovert, minimalist or free spirit, there are different home design hacks that'll get your home in tune with your personality.
Your home is your sanctuary. It’s the biggest investment you’ll make in your life and also where you spend the majority of your time. You should feel most at ease when you’re at home, so make sure you have a space that truly reflects your personality and individual style. Not sure what your personality is defined as? Check out the Myers-Briggs assessment – in 15 minutes you’ll have a detailed personality report!
Known for being outgoing and the life of the party, extroverts thrive in social settings. If you identify yourself with these characteristics, then creating an
Summer might be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean we can't still enjoy a nice, cold beer, especially when it's locally brewed, right here in Edmonton.
Our city has numerous local micro-breweries, and this number will only continue to grow as more beer connoisseurs discover the joy of crafting their own brew. From the Alley Kat Brewery in South Edmonton, to a two-man shop just north of our city, take the Proctor Team's brewery tour and discover all the beer-y goodness Edmonton has to offer!
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One of the biggest factors new homebuyers take into consideration is location. The Proctor Team did some research and put together a list of top elementary, junior high, and high schools in Edmonton to help you with your search.
Certain areas of the city can be more or less appealing to individuals based on surrounding amenities, and whether or not these amenities best suite a family’s lifestyle needs. Nearby schools are a major influencer for young and growing families, and often determine where they choose to invest in a new home. Providing children with the best education possible is a large priority, so taking the time to do your homework (pun intended!) on the schools surrounding your potential future home is a good idea. We've compiled a list