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Welcome to our Home Tour of 2313 58 Avenue, Lloydminster, AB. Nestled in a magnificent College Park Neighbourhood, this home features over 2,000 sq ft of living space and has been updated with fantastic modern designs. One of the most vital features is the awesome four-car heated garage. The spacious primary bedroom is located on the upper level has a herringbone accented gas fireplace and a 5 piece ensuite featuring a corner jetted tub. There are tons of organized storage units throughout the home and the best laundry room ever. There is a total of 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a large island in the kitchen with pantry, a 2-way fireplace dividing the dining room and the living room, and enjoy the beautiful backyard with an endless play area because it backs out onto a park and so much more. 3D Virtual Tour Available

2313 58 Avenue, Lloydminster, Alberta T9V2Y5

Contact me for more details,
Harpreet Christie RE/MAX of Lloydminster (780)205-7653″


We have a great local business to highlight for you today! Harpreet spoke with Nora Roberts, the manager at Boutique Noir in Lloydminster. This women’s clothing and accessories store has something for every fashion lover. Check out their new pyjama line, Riot Theory and many other great brands! Visit Boutique Noir online at or stop by their store in Lloydminster, AB at 4159 70th Avenue! Boutique NOIR


Let’s talk about one of the most critical real estate terms out there: return on investment aka ROI. If you have any investments or you’re looking at real estate, you’ve probably heard ROI thrown around a bunch. But what does it actually mean and why should you pay attention?

ROI is the amount of money you get back on an investment you’ve made–like real estate. For example, if you buy a house for $350,000 and then, after a few years, sell it for $450,000, you’ll have made all of your money back plus $100,000. That’s a pretty good investment.

But ROI isn’t just important when you’re buying or selling a house. You should also make sure you consider ROI when you’re doing home renovations or putting money into your home.

You want to make sure that you’ll get the money you put into renovating your home back when you sell. This is why kitchen remodels are so popular—you can almost always make all of the money back and more.

On the other hand, renovating your home to include a home gym or a rose garden in the backyard might not make buyers want to pay more for your home. As a result, you could lose money by doing those renovations. Recouping costs and making a profit is the name of the game in real estate.

Whether you’re buying, selling, or renovating, ROI is important to keep in mind so you can make smart money decisions that benefit your financial future. Want to talk about finding the best ROI remodels for your home? Let’s Connect!



T or F: Getting a mortgage is impossible when you’re self-employed.

FALSE!  While being self-employed can make getting a mortgage a little more challenging, it’s doable… if you’re prepared.

Watch today’s video to find out what you should be doing to get approved for a mortgage if you’re self-employed.
Got any questions about buying a home while running your own business?  Just send me a DM or call and let’s Chat.



If you have pets, it’s hard to imagine your life without them. But when you’re selling your home, pets can make getting and keeping your home ready for sale a little challenging. When you’re staging your home for listing photos and making sure it looks perfectly buyable during showings, keep these tips in mind.

  1. For listing photos, remove all pet evidence. You don’t want to bias people against your property just because you have a dog crate or cat tree hanging out in the living room.
  2. Keep your home clean and fresh. Deodorize before every showing or open house and get some good-smelling candles or sprays going to keep pet odours at bay.
  3. If you live in a very pet-friendly area with walkable trails or patio restaurants, showing potential buyers that your home works well for a pet could work in your favour. Show off the fact that you have a pet with cute displays rather than trying to hide it.
  4. Always take your pets out of the home for showings. It will be much less stressful for your pet. Additionally, it will let buyers get the full feel for your home rather than being distracted by cute pets. And not all buyers are pet people, so taking your pets away makes your home more accessible to more buyers.

Pets can make getting your home sold a little more difficult, but they’re worth it, of course! And with a bit of preparation and planning, you’ll be able to sell your home quickly and easily. Want to get a head start on getting your home on the market this spring? Let’s Connect!


208 Active Listings
9 Properties Pending
10 Properties SOLD

The average selling price range was $209,000.00, with an average of 91 days on the market.

This past week, the highest-priced home sold was $377,600.00, and the lowest price sold was only $108,000.00.

If you are interested in buying, visit a mortgage rep today and lock in your rates. That slight percentage increase may affect your purchasing power.

If you are wondering
How much is your home worth? or
Are you thinking of buying?
Let’s Connect or send me a message. I would be happy to discuss your Real Estate Needs.

Harpreet Christie
RE/MAX of Lloydminster



If you’re thinking about putting your house up for sale, you probably know that doing a few repairs will help you boost your home’s sale price. You’ll probably start to see all of the little things that are wrong with your property and, naturally, start fixing everything.

Stop right there!

But there are some fixes that you should definitely avoid. They either waste your time and/or your money. Let’s go over them!

  1. Minor cosmetic flaws. Don’t sweat the small stuff. When you’re fixing up your home, focus your time, energy, and money on the things that will make a big difference. Because honestly? Buyers probably won’t notice that your baseboards are a little scuffed.
  2. Small walkway cracks. Curb appeal can definitely help you find the right buyers. But tiny cracks in the walkway and other low-impact fixes are just not worth the time. Keep your eyes on the big things that buyers are sure to notice.
  3. Repainting in trendy colors. I know, I know. It’s so hard to steer away from those fun wall colors that are everywhere right now. But if you’re planning to sell soon, keep your paint colors neutral and fresh to appeal to the most buyers.
  4. Grandfathered-in building codes. If you have an older home, you might realize that a few things around the house are a bit… vintage. While cosmetic updates can freshen up your space, don’t worry about making sure that your home is up to 2022 code. Your home was built to the building codes of its time and is grandfathered into 2022.
  5. Over renovating beyond neighborhood norm. You want to make your home look nice, of course. But keep it in line with the rest of the homes on the street. Look at the recent listings in your area and stay within the normal renovations. Not every house needs marble countertops to sell.
  6. Partial fixes. Whatever you do to get your home ready for the market, make sure that you do it all the way. Half-done renos are big red flags to buyers, so before you start fixing anything, make sure you can finish it.

If you have any questions about which renovations your home needs, Call me, I can help you decide which updates will help you get the most bang for your buck when you sell.



When you make the decision that it’s time to sell your house, you might think that the biggest decision is over and done with. But the next choice you make has the potential to make a huge difference in the results of selling your home: whether you sell with an agent or sell your home by yourself. 

If you want to save time and get your home sold fast, you’ll definitely want an agent on your side. Your agent will take care of almost everything from listing to marketing to analyzing offers to writing up and negotiating contracts. Your agent will even give you recommendations on how to get your house ready for sale so you can spend time on the important fixes that will get your home sold for the best price. 

At first brush, selling your home might seem like the best way to save money. Sure it will be a little more work, but you won’t have to pay a seller’s agent commission, right? But it’s actually a little more complicated than that. The stats have shown time and time again that properties sold by real estate agents actually end up selling for more money than those sold by owners. That means that you could make more money off your house when you sell with an agent.

Another thing to keep in mind is that if you sell by yourself, you’ll have to analyze and negotiate all offers and contracts. This is an area where most sellers don’t have a lot of experience, and it’s easy to get taken advantage of. Having professional help and experience on your side is critical to make sure you get the best deal possible. 

While working with an agent does come with a price, saving time and money while an agent takes care of everything for you is definitely worth it. Want to talk more about whether an agent is right for you or not? Let’s Connect and we’ll talk more. 


The Question is… Do you charge for a Market Evaluation? A Market Evaluation or a CMA, also known as a Comparative Market analysis, is how an agent arrives at a listing price. Tune In Want to know how much your home is worth? Let’s connect
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