August 2013

There are 3 blog entries for August 2013.

Hello Everyone,

Hope you are all having a great summer. Some interesting articles attached and a special thanks to Neel Roberts for the Calgary Herald article provided.

The Alberta flooding will show its impact in the next upcoming months but sales growth last month was stronger than year-to-date trends and long-term averages. That said, the Calgary Real Estate Board has stated that if new listing levels rise this could help ease tight market conditions. Basically if you are thinking of selling… now is the time to list and buyers are able to negotiate some great deals as more new listings enter the market. Even if you are curious and would like a free market evaluation please don’t hesitate to ask!

Anytime I can create more value to my clients I

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Hi Everyone,

Hope everyone is safe and staying away from the flood zone in Calgary. My thoughts are with all my fellow Albertans! If there is any way I can help, please let me know.

I made #3 out of the office last month! Thank you for your referrals and having past clients choose to work with me again is a huge compliment.  See recent testimonial:

“We bought a home through Nancy 8 years ago and decided it was time to sell. Nancy has continued to work in the neighbourhood and there was no other Realtor as far as we are concerned.  Nancy’s staging tips and advice worked.  We sold for list price in 1 day!  She did a great job.”  –The Ross Family

The market in Calgary is favouring the Sellers in most areas. Out-of-town market is busy as there is more

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Hi Everyone,

“The phrase ‘Hell or High Water’ suddenly appeared in social media attached to our brand,” said Deanne Carson, vice-president marketing and external relations of the Calgary Stampede. “It has really become a tag line to the optimism, power and resiliency of the community to get the job done no matter what obstacles we face.”

Bob Thompson, president and chairman of the Calgary Stampede Board, said the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth has survived two World Wars and a Great Depression without ever having to cancel the event in its 101-year history and it will open its gates July 5 “come hell or high water.”

We should all be so proud to be living in this wonderful city. We have come together in good times and through adversity with open

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