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Cindi Webster was raised in Fort Saskatchewan, AB.  She is a proud mother of three & grandmother of three.  In the past, Cindi worked for the Elk Island Public Schools as an EA and volunteer for several years, specializing in working with Autistic children and children with special needs.  She joined the team at Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) working with Corporate Partners in Conservation, where Cindi created partnerships that provided financial support for conservation programs and land purchases.  She looks upon that experience as a privilege having been able to work towards the protection and enhancement of fisheries, wildlife and habitat of our beautiful province we call Alberta. From ACA she moved back to an education setting and worked

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Highlights:

  • 75% of first-time homebuyers in Toronto and 69% in Vancouver reported feeling worried that they would not have a large enough down payment to purchase a home (68% and 58% in 2019, respectively)
  • In Montreal, 63% of survey respondents felt worried about the size of their down payment before purchasing their first home, in line with the national average of 62%
  • First-time homebuyers in all regions, with the exception of Alberta and the Prairies, reported higher rates of anxiety compared to the same survey in 2019
  • Nationally, of those who lived with their parents before purchasing their first home, 15% said they delayed their parents’ plans to downsize as a result

TORONTO, May 14, 2021 – A survey[1] released by Sagen™, the

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Embarking on a home improvement project is a fun and rewarding way to spend spare time. With a myriad of ideas available in books and on the Internet, ideas abound for quick makeovers that yield dramatic results and useful solutions.

With the right supplies and a few good tools, you can tackle small improvement projects with confidence and ease. Here are recommendations for the tools most commonly used for small projects around the home:

Claw hammer. Ensure you have this old standby for general assembly and demolition.

Nail sets. You’ll need these in a variety of sizes to sink nail heads below the work surface, providing for a clean finish.

Coping saw. This saw has a very narrow blade stretched across a U-shaped frame. It’s the tool of

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Marvin Sommers started in Real Estate in 1988 and has been with Royal LePage Noralta since day one.

Prior to his career in Real Estate, Marvin was a journeyman electrician.  His desire to own his own business, lead him to the real estate course and onto a full time real estate agent career, serving the Edmonton and surrounding areas.  His no pressure, laid back yet efficient approach and listening to his clients, leans toward his desire to not only help his clients in their pursuit of a new home, but to make the journey as enjoyable as possible. 

When Marvin does take a break, he enjoys the time spent with his expanding family, whether in the city or at the lake.

Selling everything from Residential houses, condominiums, acreages and lake

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There is no business or industry in Canada that has not been forced to adapt their operations on account of the COVID-19 pandemic. The good news about the real estate services industry is that outside of home showings, other activities can easily be done virtually. Real estate technology was already at the forefront of innovative business solutions well before the pandemic.

While in-person open houses have been put on hold, a private showing to a buyer who is close to transacting is reasonable, when done in compliance with government and public health guidelines. REALTORS®1 keep themselves up to date on best practices and industry guidelines. You should only proceed with a showing if no one in your household and no one attending the showing has had

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