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It has been many years since Christina graduated from NAIT with a Marketing Diploma, and Social Media didn't even exist back then. Now, Social Media is the most important avenue available for promoting our properties. Unlike Print and Radio Advertising, Social Media such as Facebook, Instagram, Google+ & Twitter offer opportunities for 2-Way Interaction. Instead of just receiving information, a potential buyer can now show interest, ask questions, and share listings with others. Using Social Media, we are able to target specific markets and get your property out to potential buyers, answer questions they may have, and encourage them to book a viewing of your home.    

Always striving to provide exceptional service to her clients, she has completed…

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As many parents find out, the craziness of Halloween week can reek havoc with your normal, busy week. Shopping for or making costumes, baking treats for your child’s class, decorating the lawn and carving pumpkins while driving your kids to lessons and practices can be overwhelming!

Several years ago, when our girls were both heavily into dance, youth group, and piano lessons, I sat down with my calendar, desperately trying to figure out when we would carve our pumpkins. There wasn't a free evening anywhere! During one of the girl’s many practices, I wandered into Michaels and found the answer to my prayers! I purchased two artificial pumpkins and showed my daughters when I picked them up. They were apprehensive; pumpkin carving was a big part of our…

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Our children have been carving artificial pumpkins each year, and we proudly display their creations each Halloween. This year, they added a shiny teal pumpkin to the patch!

When I was a kid, food allergies were a rare occurrence, and the only thing we had to worry about after Trick-Or-Treating was how we were going to trick our younger siblings into trading their tasty Chocolate Bar for our yucky Molasses Toffee.

With the many food allergies today, many kids have much more to worry about. I have two children; a thirteen year old that can eat anything, and an 18 year old who grew up with sensitivities to milk, wheat, eggs, chocolate, coffee, peanuts… you know the drill. Like many parents, I had the difficult job of trying to keep her safe while…

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