April 2011

Found 1 blog entry for April 2011.

edmonton_800_01While our Oilers may not be making the playoffs (again…sigh) and the Eskimos haven’t had a parade in more years than I’d care to remember, there’s one place where Edmonton is doing extraordinarily well – and that’s on the MoneySense “livability” list.

Of course, it’s NO surprise to me that Edmonton has solidified 8th spot on the list of Canada’s Best Places to Live – ahead of Toronto, Vancouver, Regina, Montreal and – wait for it…Calgary!

Edmonton has always been a world class city and home of the friendliest people I’ve ever come across. And while I have no doubt we’ll climb our way up the ladder and reach number one (a spot currently held by Ottawa-Gatineau), I think 8th place is a fine showing. 

So what, you may ask, qualifies a city to make

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My first home buying experience will always be the standard to which I will hold all of my home buying and selling experiences.

New to home buying and busy with a full time job and school, Chris patiently and accurately answered all of my many questions while accommodating my life schedule so that I had a complete understanding of the buying process while also having the opportunity to view houses during the hours that worked for me.

I was very impressed with how professional Chris was in negotiating a fair price and terms that I alone would not have been able to do as his experience and innovation eased my buying process due to his attention to detail. While I feel lucky to have had such a memorable home buying experience it is Chris’ genuine belief that EVERYONE deserves such an opportunity and experience that I continue to refer him to my family and friends.

- Joanne Park - Occupational Therapist

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