David Wallace

David Wallace 

Real Estate Agent

Phone: 780.907.7653  

Email: david@davidwallace.ca


I am Edmonton based entrepreneur who has been providing quality service to Albertans since 2006. I will put my business skills and education to good use as I apply them to help effectively market and sell your home. Or find the right one for you!

Contact me today and put your property first! My marketing experience and commitment to an effective, detail oriented property transaction are just clicks away.

I am standing by to help you buy or sell property in Edmonton, St.Albert, Leduc, Sherwood Park, Beaumont, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain and Fort Saskatchewan.

 I look forward to hearing from you!

Best Regards,

David Wallace - REALTOR / Associate
Royal LePage - Noralta Real Estate Inc.

website: davidwallace.ca
email:  david@davidwallace.ca
(780) 907-7653


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Home Valuation
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How much is your home worth? Let's look at the numbers. Active, sold, expired and pending listings can help us decide where your home best fits into the marketplace and how we can best showcase it to a buyer. Contact me today!

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Find a Dream Home

Your perfect place is out there - let's find it! I'll take a list of your housing needs, wants and your budget to help you find a place you will love to call home.

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The importance of a home inspection

So you’ve found a house you love. Great backyard, gleaming hardwood, and the kitchen of your dreams. But what about the furnace? The wiring? Leaks in the basement? Before you buy, have the home inspected; no matter how experienced you are as a homeowner, it’s the best way to make sure you really know what you’re getting into.

A home inspection will give you the information you need to make an informed decision. The inspector will determine the condition of the house you’re thinking about buying, and let you know if there are any problems. (And the great thing is, the inspector doesn’t care if you buy the house or not, so you can be sure he or she is being objective, even if you’re not.) If you have to make an offer before having a home inspection, make it conditional on a satisfactory inspection.

If there are any problems, you have three options:
1. Walk away.
2. Use the results to negotiate a better price.
3. Give the seller a chance to fix the problem.

What happens during a home inspection?

The inspector meets you at the home you’re thinking of buying, and takes about 3-4 hours to carefully inspect the entire house for structural, mechanical or other issues. He or she examines everything from the roof to the foundation and everything in between, including heating and air conditioning, plumbing, electrical, insulation, roof, windows and doors, walls, ceilings, attic and basement. You can accompany the inspector as he or she goes through the home – it’s a good way to get to know the home quickly, and will give you a head-start in your home care “learning curve.”

The inspector then prepares an inspection report that outlines problems (breaking them down into major repairs that need to be done right away and areas that will need attention in the future, with accurate cost estimates for each), highlights good points, and gives you an idea what kind of maintenance you’ll need to do to keep the place in good shape. Make sure you ask for a detailed report that’s written in a narrative style. Never accept a verbal report or one that’s just a checklist.

How much does it cost?

Most inspections cost between $250 and $500. Think of it this way: a few hundred bucks could save you thousands in home repairs. It’s a pretty small price to pay for significant peace of mind.

How do I find a good inspector?

Look for a reputable, qualified company that has been in business for a while, can provide references from previous customers, is fully insured and offers guaranteed inspections. Inspectors should be licensed in building-related fields such as contracting, architecture or structural engineering. Your REALTOR® can recommend a reputable, objective inspector at your request, or you can find one by asking friends or by looking in the phone book.

When you’ve fallen in love with a house, it’s hard to see any faults on your own. Make sure the decision is a good one, and get it inspected so you can be sure you stay in love – for years to come.