Yes, we do sell lots to the public in certain communities. Please visit our lots for sale page to determine which communities have available public lots for sale.
Our public lots vary in price. Please visit our lots for sale page to view the available public lots and respective price points.
Our Communities are located throughout Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Leduc County, Spruce Grove, and Sturgeon Valley. Please visit our communities page for more information on our Beaverbrook communities.
We work with a variety of builder groups in our various communities. Please visit our communities page to learn more about who builds in each of our communities.
Yes, you may challenge a lot that is on hold. You are required to provide Beaverbrook with a 20% deposit of the total lot price. Beaverbrook will notify the current lot holder. The current lot holder will be given 48 hours (not including weekends or statutory holidays) to complete the Lot Purchase Agreement and provide his 20% deposit or release the lot. If the current lot holder releases the lot, the challenger will be required to complete a lot purchase agreement. Please note that a lot can only be challenged if it’s on hold, not if it’s pending.
Our terms vary depending on the community. If you are interested in purchasing a lot from Beaverbrook, please contact our office at 780-484-4389 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Ensure you know the community and lot(s) you are interested in.
If you purchased your lot from a builder, the builder holds your landscaping deposit. You must contact your builder to arrange a final inspection. Once your final inspection is complete and approved, your deposit will be refunded. You must ensure your landscaping complies with the architectural guidelines outlined for each respective community. These can be found on our individual community websites.
If you purchased a lot directly from Beaverbrook, Beaverbrook holds your deposit. Your deposit is comprised of two parts:
These amounts are pre-determined in your lot purchase agreement and terms. Once the landscaping is complete in accordance to the architectural guidelines, you will need to arrange a final inspection. You will arrange this through your architectural applicator; their contact information can be found inside the directory of the architectural guidelines. A copy of the approved inspection report must be emailed or faxed to Beaverbrook at 780.484.5397 or email@example.com. The landscaping portion of your deposit will be refunded if both items are in compliance. All refunds are processed once per month, mid-month. The security portion of your deposit is held until that particular stage of development is inspected for infrastructure damages. This process will take a minimum of two years from the original road construction and can take as long as 4 years to get the Final Acceptance Certificate. Builder damages are those that occurred to infrastructure after the lot was purchased, including, but not limited to:
It is the responsibility of the builder and/or homeowner to ensure that the lot is free of infrastructure damages at the time of lot purchase. Any damage that occurred after the lot is purchased is the responsibility of the builder/homeowner. This is outlined in the standard terms and conditions, outlined in the lot purchase agreement. Once the final FAC report is processed, any security cost is then deducted from your deposit, and the balance will be refunded. If there are no builder damages for your lot, the entire security deposit will be refunded.
If you are interested in purchasing a lot directly from the developer, contact Beaverbrook at 780.484.4389 to put a lot on hold. Your lot will be held for 7 days. Beaverbrook will prepare a lot purchase agreement, and you must complete the agreement and return it with a 20% deposit of the total lot price within the 7-day period. The remaining balance will be due subject to community terms and conditions.
The architectural guidelines for each community can be found on our respective community websites. Please visit our community’s page, and locate the community you are interested in. Then, follow the link to the individual communities website for architectural guidelines and landscaping requirements.
You are required to build a fence according to the architectural guidelines outlined for your community. Please review the guidelines prior to constructing your fence to ensure you are building the approved fence design for that particular subdivision.
Landscaping requirements vary depending on the community. Please consult the architectural guidelines specific to your community to ensure you comply with the requirements. The architectural guidelines can be found on each community’s websites.
No. Select Beaverbrook communities have a Homeowners’ Association. Please visit our communities page to learn more about our individual communities.
You can sign up for our corporate newsletter here. We will periodically send out community updates and information.
In which community are you referring too? Please visit our communities page. You will be directed to our individual community websites, where you can find directions and showhome locations for all our communities.