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Over 35 years of working and living in the community.

Victor Moroz has been selling commercial real estate for over 15 years and with over 35 years in the Spruce Grove, Stony Plain and Parkland area, he is well qualified to list and sell commercial property in the Tri-Municipal area.  As well, Victor is a developer himself and has knowledge in the design / build process of commercial real estate.  This insightful knowledge is resourceful to all of his clients and their varying situations.

Throughout his years of selling real estate, community service and professional/personal associations, Victor has built solid working relationships throughout the region.  As well, he and his real estate team are continually engaged in the community as they are

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Trisha Zimmerling has been serving her clients in the greater Edmonton area since the beginning of 2017. She brings an extra flair to her service as prior to Real Estate she had received her Diploma in Marketing and Sales which she puts to work with every client she meets!

When working with Trisha, she concentrates completely on her clients needs and is as transparent as a REALTOR comes, as she will tell you whether or not this is the deal or not for you! As well the relationship Trisha builds with each of her clients turns into a friendship that will last for many years to come. She will treat the sale of her clients' condo with as much detail and care as the sale of her clients' million dollar home! Whether you are a First Time Home Buyer, Acreage…
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Susan Horon has been a Licensed for Residential REALTOR® since in 2002.  Her entire career has been spent with Royal LePage Noralta Real Estate. She is a motivated individual and is driven by her desire to help people find fabulous homes.  Susan loves the enthusiasm of a first time buyer and gets just as excited as the client.

Susan has been honored with multiple achievement awards with the company. She holds the ‘Lifetime Award of Excellence’ for Royal LePage.  This award signifies being recognized as a top producer with the company for 10 or more years.

As a proud supporter of Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, Susan contributes regularly to fundraising.  She is an avid Royal LePage Nation attendee, connecting with many colleagues across the

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Frank Vanderbleek, Agent/REALTOR

Frank has been, as his tagline says, ‘Serving Edmonton and Area homeowners since 1992’.  He brings a wealth of experience in residential and condominium sales.  In addition, he has also received the following awards:

                2007-2019 Top 5% in Sales - REALTORS® Association of Edmonton

                2006-2019 Diamond Award - Royal LePage 

                Award of Excellence - Royal LePage 

                Award of Excellence Lifetime Award - Royal LePage

Professional Affiliation

  •          Life Member – Board Member of the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton
  •          Member of the Alberta Real Estate Association
  •          Member of the Canadian Real Estate Association
  •          SRS®
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According to the Royal LePage House Price Survey and Market Survey Forecast, the aggregate1 price of a home in Canada is expected to remain remarkably stable through the COVID-19 pandemic.

If the strict, stay-at-home restrictions characterizing the fight against COVID-19 are eased during the second quarter, prices are expected to end 2020 relatively flat, with the aggregate value of a Canadian home up a modest 1.0 per cent year-over-year, to $653,800. If the current tight restrictions on personal movement are sustained through the summer, the negative economic impact is expected to drive home prices down by 3.0 per cent ($627,900) year-over-year. In December 2019, Royal LePage forecast the national aggregate price to increase 3.2 per cent by the end of

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Recommendations from the CDC for taking care of loved one’s who have contracted COVID-19


The following was copied from the CDC website at

 Preventing the Spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 in Homes and Residential Communities

 Interim Guidance

 (This guidance provides clarification regarding evaluation for home isolation and a new section with information regarding preventative steps for household members, intimate partners, and caregivers in a nonhealthcare setting of a person with symptomatic, laboratory-confirmed COVID-19.)

 This interim guidance is based on what is currently known about the epidemiology of COVID-19 and the transmission of other

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Snow and ice form hazards around your house. Avoid injury by taking precautions after storms arrive:

Protect your trees. Snowfall and windy weather may break tree limbs, causing damage to your home and possibly endangering people and pets. Use a broom to brush away snow after it falls. Don't shake trees; weak or frozen areas might break. Be sure to trim back branches close to the house.

Clear paths. Keep walkways and drives slip-resistant by shoveling (or snow blowing) regularly. Use ice melt that is safe for plants and pets to provide traction, including the steps to your home. If you'll be out of town, arrange for someone to do this for you. Some municipalities may fine homeowners for unshoveled sidewalks. Look after neighbours and yourself.

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