Live Among Mature Surroundings At Creston Place

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Nestled in an excellent residential neighborhood of northwest Edmonton, Creston Place is a spacious townhome community with mature landscaped surroundings that spread over several acres. Landscaping is meticulously attended by a dedicated team of management and staff. Lawn maintenance and edging are done regularly and trees, shrubs and flower beds are well cared for. 

Creston Place is ideally located close to great local amenities with the Clareview Public Library and Recreation Centre, McLeod Community League and Londonderry Mall being just steps away from homes.
Creston Place is in the quiet, secure neighborhood of McLeod. It is a great place for singles, couples and young families with each home offering three levels of living space, one and a half bathrooms, brand new windows, and European styled cabinetry. Bathrooms have cultured marble counter tops and tub surround. Appliances include a fridge and stove with hookups for a washer and dryer. Homes also feature full basements, fenced yards, patios and one powered parking stall. 

So whether you’re looking for a 2 or 3 bedroom home, the perfect layout can likely be found at Creston Place by MHA Properties. One drawback might be that no pets are allowed in the development, however the plus side of that is the area is clean, sanitary and quiet. 

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Love Thy Neighbour! How To Be A Good Neighbour

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We all know that our coworkers affect our work more than the work itself. Good colleagues can make or break any job. The same can be said about your neighbours. Being a good neighbour is something we all should take pride in.
Here are a few things to do or keep in mind to be a good neighbour:
Introduce yourself - While it might be awkward, introducing yourself to your neighbours is a great first step. As long as they know your name, it’ll be easier to say hi and make light conversation later on. Just ask a few basics, give a few details, and leave it at that.
Think like your neighbour - While you shouldn’t be directed by your neighbour’s schedule, it’s good to have a general idea of how and when they operate. If you know they work the night shift, maybe don’t have a loud party on a Wednesday afternoon.
Stay tidy and involved in the neighbourhood - Those around you will love you if your house looks great. (It helps make their looks great, too!) For example, keep your yard trim and well-kept, and external repairs up-to-date. Keep your neighbours informed on community events, like garage sales.
Do nice things - If you’re out shovelling or snow blowing, take the extra couple minutes and do their sidewalk as well. If you have an elderly neighbour, offer to clear their driveway. Being kind to your neighbours takes so little time but the reward of a friendly relationship is well worth it.
You want to blossom neighbourly relations; if there’s ever an emergency or something suspicious, you want a neighbour who has your best interest at heart.


Featured Property : Westland Park Townhomes At Fort Saskatchewan

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Situated on the shores of the North Saskatchewan River, only 17km (11mi) northeast of Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan has an idyllic country-style setting with a convenient location, plus all the amenities of a big city. Fort Saskatchewan’s combination of a great community, recreational facilities, education, business and career opportunities are just a few of the qualities that make this a great place to live. 

Several large industries operate plants here, including Dow Chemical, which has given back to the community by establishing the Dow Centennial Centre, a popular venue for concerts and performances. Having been established by the North West Mounted Police in 1875, the community of Fort Saskatchewan is steeped in rich history! 

Westland park townhomes are located in the quite, secure neighbourhood of Pineview. Home layout offers 3 levels of living space and include 1 ½ bathrooms. Newly upgraded and freshly painted, we have suites that feature spacious living areas with beautiful luxurious carpeted floors throughout. The beautiful complex sits on 15 acres of beautifully landscaped lawns, stunning mature trees and colorful flower beds.  

Whether you’re looking for a 2 or 3-bedroom home, you are sure to find a perfect match at Westland Park Townhomes by MHA Properties. Each home has three levels plus a generous private fenced yard patio, storage shed and one energized parking stall. With lots of amenities like schools and Sportsplex Arena close by it is  perfect for you and your family. Sorry no pets allowed!

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Ways to Make New Friends When You Move

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Moving to a new neighbourhood or a new city can be tough. When work, family, or relationships require us to pack up our things, relocate, and put down roots some place far from home, we have to work on building friendships all over again. And as adults with established histories, friendships, and professions, it’s often extremely difficult to reach out to strangers. Once we reach a certain age, meeting new people and forming new adult bonds doesn’t come as naturally as it did when we were young.
Whether you’re renting a home in a cozy suburban neighbourhood or you’ve relocated to a massive high-rise in an urban metropolis, getting to know the people closest to you doesn’t have to be as scary or challenging as it might seem.  Here are few tips to break the ice!!
Have the Right Attitude - First off, you’ve got to embrace the idea of welcoming new friendships into your life. This means projecting a positive, friendly, and outgoing demeanor that others will naturally respond to. If you’re living in a busy apartment building, remember to smile, make eye contact, and say hello to those you share the elevator, stairs, or lobby with. Making small talk is also a good way to break the ice and gets you one step closer to learning about someone new.
Accept Invitations and Attend Events -  If you’re asked to attend something — a dinner party, a casual drink, a game night, a cocktail party, or something similar — you should make every effort to show. Try to say yes to invitations you deem appropriate. Obviously, use common sense, and never accept an invitation from someone who makes you feel uncomfortable.
Be Visible-  In an apartment building, being visible means actually spending time in communal areas — games rooms, patios, pools, gyms, entertainment rooms, and so forth. It also means spending time on your balcony. For those living in houses, this means spending more time on your front lawn (or on your porch) than in the back. Sit out with a cold drink in the summer or invest time in a garden project. The more you’re seen around the house, the more chances you’ll strike up a conversation with a passerby and make a new contact.