HomeTribe At DemoCamp 29

Thu, 26 Nov by TruHome

HomeTribe is excited to have been invited to DemoCamp 29 happening tonight in YEG. For those that do not know what Demo Camp is, it is an event that “brings together developers, creatives, entrepreneurs and investors to share what they’ve been working on and to find others in the community interested in similar topics.”

Tonight, we will be showcasing our latest app tool “Home Tribe Match”. Ryan our lead developer will be demonstrating how people can use our app to find their potential home. It is the personalized real estate experience you have been waiting for.

If you are looking for something fun todo, join us:

When: Nov 26, 2015 @ 6:30 pm

Where: CCIS 1-160, University of Alberta – Drinks and networking to follow at RATT (Room At The Top) – 7th floor of the Students Union Building

There will also be 4 other companies demoing tonight:

Until tonight, have a great day!


Reasons To Consider Moving To The Meadows, Edmonton

Fri, 13 Nov by TruHome

ThemeadowsYou might have heard of The Meadows neighbourhood in southeastern Edmonton, but have you ever thought about living there? Well, let us tell you this; it is definitely something you should be considering!

Maybe you’re unsure that a move to the area is right for you; maybe you don’t know about just what is available here. Let us share some of the many benefits with you! Read on for some of the best reasons to relocate to The Meadows, and get convinced.

Perfect Positioning

You will find The Meadows in the southeast corner of Edmonton, inside the Anthony Henday Drive orbital road, giving you great access to Edmonton International Airport and other parts of the metropolitan area. The Meadows is perfect for those who want to experience the benefit of a pleasant residential area while also remaining within striking distance of the city and the surrounding region.

Well Connected

But The Meadows isn’t just well positioned, it is well connected too. Bordered by Highway 14 to the north and Highway 216 to the east and south, access to The Meadows is easy. For trips into town, the region is served by its own Meadows Transit Centre on 17 Street, making getting around a breeze. You couldn’t ask for a better location for accessing the City of Edmonton, the Province of Alberta, and beyond.

Community Spirit

The Meadows Community League operates a range of activities that not only provide fun for residents of all ages, but also pull the community together. Members of the community league also get special rates and discounts on multi-admission passes for City of Edmonton attractions, as well as reduced West Edmonton Mall Choice Passes, cinema passes, free public swimming and more.

Diverse Property Options

The Meadows may pull together as a community, but it is made up of a variety of different neighbourhoods. Across locations such as Wild Rose, Silver Berry,  Tamarack, and Larkspur, The Meadows offers a wide range of diverse property options for prospective residents. Whether you’re looking for an apartment in a low-rise complex, a duplex or a house of your own, you will find it here.

Great Schools

The Meadows provides some of the best educational institutions in Edmonton. The Velma E. Baker Elementary School in Larkspur takes kids from kindergarten through to grade six, while the A. Blair McPherson School in Tamarack provides classes for pupils up to grade nine. Wild Rose is home to the Father Michael Troy Catholic Junior High School for grades seven to nine.

This family will also be joined soon by the planned Edmonton Catholic Schools high school, which is currently in development.

Top Shopping

Shoppers rejoice! As well as being on the doorstep of all the great shopping found at the Mill Woods Town Center shopping complex, The Meadows also has a few tricks up its own sleeve in the retail department. The RioCan Meadows shopping centre can be found on the intersection of Whitemud Drive and 17 Street in the north of The Meadows, while 23 Avenue in the centre of The Meadows is home to its own commercial development.

Facilities, Facilities and Facilities

Residents of The Meadows are never at a loss for things to do. Activities such as kickboxing, softball, skating, yoga and zumba, and a whole range of other ways to get active are found at the region’s many sporting and community facilities. As mentioned above, members of Meadows Community League enjoy discounted rates for many activities, so there is no excuse not to get involved! Not to mention, have you checked out the gorgeous Recreational centre The Meadows has.

Do you live in The Meadows? Is there anything we’ve missed that you think people need to know about? Don’t hesitate to let us know! Call us today at 587-400-SOLD (7653), to discuss buying or selling in The Meadows region.

Why We Remember on Remembrance Day

Tue, 10 Nov by TruHome


On November 11, 1918, representatives of the Allied Forces met with their German counterparts in a stationary train carriage in the Forest of Compiegne, France to agree on terms that would bring about the end of the First World War.

This auspicious day, which originally marked the end of “The Great War”, has become etched into our collective history and consciousness as Remembrance Day. Now, when we reflect on the sacrifices made in our name, the day takes on a wider significance.

It now symbolises a recognition of the bravery, valour and tragic circumstances of the men and women who have given their lives to protect us in all conflicts, as well as that of the servicemen and women who continue to risk their lives to keep us safe.

The Beverly Memorial Cenotaph

beverlycenotaphThe area of Beverly, Edmonton is home to the city’s oldest cenotaph memorial, The Beverly Memorial Cenotaph, which was erected in 1920. The history of this region became tragically entwined with that of The Great War when, in 1914, what had previously been a village became incorporated into a town.

Less than two weeks later, the dark clouds looming over Europe gave way to all-out war, and it wasn’t long before the town’s young men were called up and shipped across the Atlantic to join the struggle.

Nowadays, the cenotaph stands as a reminder of the loss and sacrifice of those young men, and that of the young men and women who continue to serve Canada so nobly to this day. Every year, the Beverly Memorial Cenotaph becomes the focal point for Edmonton’s Remembrance Day ceremonies, and marks the culmination of the city’s annual Remembrance Day military parade.

The Poppy

One of the most instantly recognisable symbols of our remembrance is the poppy. This pretty flower grows naturally on the fields of Belgium and France, where once, a century ago, millions of young men were locked in a deadly, tragic combat.

The poppies were first sold in Europe shortly after the war to raise funds for veterans charities, and began to gain popularity in Canada in 1921. Nowadays, showing our gratitude, respect and remembrance by wearing a poppy is a common occurrence each November, when we all bow our heads in reflection and consider the immensity of the gesture our servicemen and women made, make and will continue to make in the future, for us.

“The torch be yours to hold it high

If ye break faith with us who die

We shall not sleep

Though poppies grow

In Flanders Fields”

– Lt.-Col. John McCrae, Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps. Died on January 28, 1918

Open House: Saturday Nov 7, 2015 In Wild Rose

Thu, 05 Nov by TruHome

Your Invited  You Are Invited To Our Open House in Wild Rose

   When: November 7, 2015 between 1-3 pm

   Why: Why not? Actually there are a few reasons why you would want to attend our awesome open house this weekend:

1. You are in the market to buy a condo and are interested in purchasing in The Meadows region of the city (South East Edmonton)

2. You already live here and are curious as to what your neighbour has done to the place (we also know that you know people and wouldn’t               you prefer to have someone move in beside you that you genuinely like)?

3. Your one of our friends or family members and you love us so much that you want to spend the afternoon with us hanging out in someone           else’s place

4. Insert your own reason here: ______________ (Because we know that you want to come by)

No matter the reason, the reality is that we are showing off a great listing that is simply looking for the right buyer. Located in the well                  managed condo building of Park Place, experience a fantastic condo perfect for entertaining with over 938 sq ft of living space, this condo          comes complete with 1 bedroom plus den and two full bathrooms. Learn more about this fantastic Wild Rose condo here.

Just Listed in Spruce Grove

Tue, 03 Nov by TruHome


We are excited to announce that this gorgeous Spruce Grove bungalow is now available on the market. Situated in the community of Harvest Ridge, this 2008 Homexx home offers much to be desired. Starting from the beautifully landscaped corner lot complete with an RV pad, this home has been fully finished up and down.

  • 9′ main floor vaulted ceilings
  • 8′ solid maple interior doors
  • 2 way fireplace between the Family Room & Master Bedroom
  • Open concept kitchen with dark maple two toned cabinets
  • Huge 2 way walk-in pantry
  • Spa like en-suite complete with jetted tub
  • and more…

Want to learn more about? Discover additional details here. Interested in viewing this home? Call us today at 587-400-SOLD (7653).

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