Building a Home in Edmonton Alberta – Winter Maintenance

Are you building a new home, or are thinking a new build is the option for you? What do you need to know when building a house?

Well we have the answers for you! Check out Episode 11 of our LIVE series on Home Building!

Have you asked yourself “I want to build a house, where do I start? Watch now as we chat about winter maintenance. Plus we follow a new build RIGHT NEXT DOOR! and make sure to subscribe to our channel to watch a new home building video each week!

We work with great Edmonton home builders such as Pacesetter Homes, Sterling Homes, Coventry Homes, and Dolce Vita. Check out our Home Building videos as we chat with different Edmonton home builders and discover more about the home building process!

Learn more about why choosing the right home builder is important, which upgrades add value, how to choose the right lot, and how a realtor can help with the building process! Have any questions about home building?

Comment below and we’ll be sure to answer them in our next video! Look no further and watch this video NOW!

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Melody Wilson is an Edmonton Realtor® with RE/MAX Elite, and a happily married Mom to 3 great kids! Melody and her gang like to explore Edmonton, always checking out current events, festivals, museums, playgrounds, and restaurants! (Check out our Edmonton food blog!) Melody loves all things Edmonton, including the real estate market – she’s been a realtor basically all her life, growing up in the industry and officially licensed since 2009 (loving it so much it’s her full time job) and is thankful to work with great clients when buying or selling in Edmonton! In the past 5 years she’s helped over 400 families buy and sell in Edmonton and area.

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