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May your Easter celebrations be filled with Love, Peace, Happiness & good time with family & friends.
It has been 1 1/2 months since Joy has moved on and left the real estate industry which means I am no longer part of The Sisters team. I'm pretty excited with this change and I'm looking forward to guiding my clients with their changes, whether buying or selling their homes. I combine my skills w...
Vancouver, BC - November 17, 2009. The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) reports that Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) residential sales in the province climbed 115 per cent to 8,624 units in October compared to the same month last year. Last month posted the highest number of MLS®...
The weather in Penticton this am is windy (again) a little misty & quite grey. At least it isn't cold enough to snow. Hopefully we will be spared from too much snow this year. So now not only do I have to deal with the change of Joy leaving, I also have to deal with the change of weather. My lung...
She has gone onto a position with her church, that she truly loves. I wish her all the best. I am now trying to reinvent myself & have come up with a few options. Hopefully will have it all together in a couple of weeks. Mean while I am The Sister...
She had a great time on her Western Caribean Cruise. Now it is back to business.
If you have please let me know what you think of it. Thanks
2 bedroom/2 bath, north facing. You can't get much better than this for location. Centrally located with Mall across the street. 19+ & small pets with approval. $299,900
My manager (Roger Love) at the office was in our local newspaper with comments on how he feels the real estate market doing. He believes it is a grand time to buy with price of homes going down & interest rates are low. I'll try to include the link, so you can access it. http://www.bclocalnews.c...
Breaking News from The Globe and Mail Housing market braces for correction, not crash JOHN PARTRIDGE Tuesday, January 06, 2009 Average Canadian house prices will fall by another 3 per cent in 2009, but the drop will add up to a "correction," not the sort of "crash" that has crushed the U.S. mark...