Winnipeg Real Estate News Monthly - Top Tips For Buyers/Sellers

Welcome to our very exciting new format newsletter.  In multi-media, downloadable pdf format, optimized for every device, and printable.  We hope you enjoy.

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5 Fresh Spring Decorating Tips For Your Home – Interior Decorating Tips https://blog.winnipeghomefinder.com/spring-decorating-tips/

Spring is a great time to add some colours to your home. Wash away the winter blues with these 5 fresh spring decorating tips for your house or condo

5 Fresh Spring Decorating Tips For Your Home – Interior Decorating Tips

5 Stunning Kitchen Renovation Trends in 2019 to Help Sell Your Home

https://blog.winnipeghomefinder.com/kitchen-renovation-trends-2019/ Here are the newest kitchen renovation trends of 2019. Whether you are upgrading your current home for yourself, or to help sell it quicker, start by… 5

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Stunning Kitchen Renovation Trends in 2019 to Help Sell Your Home

Condo Fees vs. House Expenses – A Perspective – Infographic & Video https://blog.winnipeghomefinder.com/buying-a-condo-in-winnipeg-condo-fees-vs-house-expenses/

Condo expenses explained. Comparing condo fees with similar house ownership costs. Condo fees pay for a lot of things that cost extra in a house.

Condo Fees vs. House Expenses – A Perspective – Infographic & Video

How much does it cost to own a home – Home ownership costs Winnipeg

https://blog.winnipeghomefinder.com/much-cost-home-winnipeg/How much does it cost to own a home in Winnipeg? ????????‍ Costs of owning a house or condo. Home ownership costs explained and itemized. How much does it cost to own a home – Home ownership costs Winnipeg

Here are some of the most important articles from our blog. But first, the latest market report for Winnipeg‘s real estate.

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Buying Your First Home – 7 Mistakes First Time Home Buyers Must Avoid

Being first time home buyers is an exciting time.  Owning your own home is a dream-come-true for most of us, as home ownership comes with many benefits.  However we need to keep in mind that buying your first home is a major financial investment.

Buying Your First Home – 7 Mistakes First Time Home Buyers Must Avoid  

Buying a house or condo in Winnipeg in 2019: 6 Important Steps

I think that you would agree that buying a house or buying a condo for the first time can be quite stressful and challenging. First time home buyers are surrounded by a large number of questions. This article offers some tips to first time home buyers, to simplify their journey.

 

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Jun Lopes

I’ve bookmarked this page so i could have easy access on your latest articles. So far im learning a lot from those already posted, and looking forward to more interesting articles. Keep it up!

Dino Santos

Interesting topics which are not only applicable to winnipeg real estate. Hope you could come with more articles as they are all very helpful.

kuttan

thanks so many points put together,if you have a basic idea in the construction and ready to spent a little time for research on cheap and good building materials, availability and rates of building workers ,collecting info on cost effective contractors then building a new home won’t be a big task but also you need to have at least 20 % more fund than the anticipated budget to cover raising costs

Gonzalo

I can understand what a broker is but a mortgage broker??? Anyway, regardless of its name it is a no rocket science that when it comes to these transactions you got to have help. Winnipeg or anywhere for that matter.

Marcene

When taking on these life changing endeavors DIY ( Do it yourself) would not cut it. Sure you may have to fork in a bit of money but, as they say BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY.

Danice Little

Even when I don’t live in Canada, I’ve heard good reviews about the country, how organized and efficient the country is. Winnipeg looks very promising, and having a new home there would be a wonderful option for many people.

Aissa Jo Quizon

A real treasure trove of information. I’m very glad you keep this always updated. Not a lot of people know what’s up sometimes and find it very good that they can read up on a lot of updates like these from a newsletter, especially what’s going on in Winnipeg real estate should they want to move here or are meaning to renovate their properties. Looking forward to more.

Patrick Bank

Winnipeg is such a nice area to live in. Also, I agree with you, it’s best to go with a real estate broker whenever you’re looking for new properties/houses

Jose Marquez

Great list of new articles! Looking forward to reading each of them, and excited for the upcoming articles too. Keep ’em coming.

Charlene G

This newsletter is indeed helpful especially for those who are considering buying a new home. Winnipeg is such a wonderful place–the heart of Canada as they say.

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