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Buying or selling a home can be one of the largest financial decisions you will make and it can seem like an intimidating experience. If you work with me I can streamline the process and save you time, money and stress.

Born and raised in Edmonton, Paige got into the sales world right after graduating High School. She started working at spa lady as a fitness consultant, also selling memberships. She then moved onto working for Club Fit as a Membership Coordinator, placing top sales many times and eventually moving up to Assistant Manager. Because of her knack for sales, decided to make Real Estate her next move. Upon completing her REALTOR course in 2011, her vision has been that “her clients #1 goal is her #1 goal” in satisfaction. She continues to take real estate sales and training courses to improve upon her knowledge of the real estate market. With that she also provides a stress free process in buying or selling your home.


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Buying Real Estate in Edmonton


The bottom line is that buying real estate in Canada is very easy. From a residency point of view, if you plan to stay in Canada for 6 months or less each year, the government considers you a non-resident, which means that you can still open a bank account and buy property, etc. If you plan to live in Canada for more than 6 months per year, you must apply for immigrant status.


Selling Real Estate in Edmonton


Selling your home can be a stressful experience but it doesn’t have to be.

When a non-resident sells Canadian real estate, he/she is required to pay the appropriate amount of taxes on any capital gain. The normal Canadian tax rates will be applied to 50% of the gain. However, a non-resident is required to pay an estimate of the tax before the sale, an amount equal to 25% of the gain.


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