Fort Mc Murray Real Estate Agents Add Condo Unit To Listing

August 20, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The A-Team, which is a team of real estate agents in Fort McMurray, Alberta, has announced that they have recently added a third floor 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo unit to their listings. This is a fully furnished condo unit located in downtown Fort McMurray. It is an apartment type of condo unit with a floor area of 753 square feet. More information about this can be obtained from their Facebook page at

“This 3rd-floor condo is perfect for an investor or someone who wants to just move right in: it comes complete with furniture, furnishings, electric fireplace and everything you need in the kitchen! It is walking distance to amenities, schools, beautiful river walks and more, and you won't even need a vehicle! You can also enjoy the summer nights on your private balcony off your living room,” says Breanna Albrecht from The A-Team.

According to Albrecht, the fully furnished kitchen of the condo unit is modern and has a lot of cupboard space. The main living room is open with laminate flooring and the bedrooms are located on either side. It also has an in-suite laundry for the convenience of the residents. The huge master bedroom has laminate flooring, an ensuite bathroom, and a walk-in closet. Both bathrooms have a combination of a bathtub and shower. There is a heated underground parking that is convenient and can keep residents out of the snow and rain. The condo fees are $511.31 per month but they include exterior insurance, professional management, exterior maintenance, water, sewer, garbage removal, heat, landscape, snow removal, maintenance of common areas including parking, and reserve fund contributions.

The condo unit also features a balcony and nearby are parking, public transportation, schools, and shopping centres. Included in the interior of the condo unit is a fridge, microwave, stove, dishwasher, washer, and dryer. Other interior features include walk-in closets, and window coverings.

Meanwhile, The A-Team has garnered a 4-star customer review on its Yelp page at Craig L said, “Aaron Chalmers sold our house this year. Any questions or concerns I had were answered at a very fast rate. He gives good advice and is honest with different options that were well explained. I highly recommend Aaron!"

For those in need of other kinds of residential property, the website of The A-Team offers an online MLS®️ listing for those searching for Fort McMurray homes. Searchers would be able to specify a price range, indicate whether the property type is a single family detached, duplex, mobile, townhouse, or apartment. They can also specify the number of bedrooms, the number of bathrooms, and whether a garage is present or not. They can also specify the style, whether it is 2-storey home, a bi-level, bungalow, split level, or a 1.5-story. Searchers can also specify specific areas of town. These include areas North of the Bridge, South of the Bridge, and out of town.

Tom Albrecht points out that they are focused on helping the home buyer. This means they would secure a price for the home that is actually better than what the buyer had imagined it to be. Therefore, selecting an agent is vital for the home buyer. The real estate agents at The A-Team have an abundance of knowledge and information regarding the housing market in Fort McMurray to assist their clients in making informed decisions for themselves and their family, one of which is to avoid paying too much for the home of their choice.

The A-Team is made up of a group of real estate agents at Walsh Real Estate (2010) Ltd o/a REMAX Fort McMurray. The licensed real estate agents of the team are Tom Albrecht, Breanna Albrecht, Aaron Chalmers, Erin Ogren, Heather McCandless, Rita Sobkowich, and Denise Hildebrand.

People who would like to get the services of a Fort McMurray real estate agent for whatever reason can visit the team’s website at or contact them by phone or via email.


For more information about The A-Team, contact the company here:

The A-Team
Tom Albrecht
9919 Biggs Avenue Fort McMurray, AB T9H 1S2

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