Originally Posted: March 27, 2018
Pacesetter Homes' townhomes are like no others in our city. Not only do they have no condo fees, but they are beautifully upgraded at no extra charge. These no condo fee townhomes make your month-to-month living expenses even more affordable and convenient.
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The Butler Pantry in the Quincy at Summerwood
Traditionally a butler pantry was a behind the scenes room between the kitchen and dining room used to prepare and serve meals. Now it is the secret ingredient for organized storage and extra prep space. Here are four reasons why you need a butler pantry:
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Choosing to purchase a home is one of the biggest decisions anyone will make in their lives. While owning a home doesn’t always come easy, there are many reasons why people choose to become homeowners.
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Patios are made for sipping, grilling and chilling. Is your backyard oasis ready for summer fun? A thorough outdoor spring cleaning will make you feel good about using your space and sharing it with friends while maintaining social distance: clean it, decorate it and use it!
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The Canada Housing Mortgage Corporation (CHMC) has just announced upcoming changes to their qualifying criteria for new home buyers, starting July 1st, 2020. So what does this mean for you?
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Summertime is a favourite season for adults and children alike because of the great weather and fun outdoor activities. Many outside activities are pet friendly, but it is important to realize that hot weather and summer events can be dangerous for pets. However, with the proper precautions, your furry friends will be just as safe as you are, while still enjoying fun in the sun.
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With the weather starting to warm up in Edmonton, melting snow and running water means you need to stay on top of seasonal maintenance items! Melting snow can have a negative effect on your foundation and basement as water is the number one problem for foundations. The physical stress of the freeze and thaw cycle on your foundation is made worse when combined with excess water.
You pull your car in the front-attached garage and enter your glistening new home. You pause to appreciate the convenience of a powder room just around the corner, and the laundry room next to it.
As you look up to admire the open concept living area ahead of you, you note how happy you are that you made the wise choice of building a Sampson home.