Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Adhoc committee to be developed

Council along with Community Futures (Economic Development) and the Chamber of Commerce has decided to develop an adhoc committee to investigate and research community economic development, tourism development and community issues. Each organization will be appointing 3-4 members to sit as part of a group to research and initiate action on economic development and tourism issues that affect the Crowsnest Pass.

This is a positive step that should go far in making the Crowsnest Pass, all it can be! To all you local bloggers, I think everyone in our community of communities should get behind this group. I hope you think so too?


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca

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Crowsnest Pass Quad Squad gets $800,000 for trail upgrades

Excerpt: Crowsnest Pass Promoter - Geoff Morgan, Reporter

A large grant from the Trails Improvement Project, which is a joint Federal and Provincial project, was recently allocated to repair and develop trails used primarily by the Crowsnest Pass Quad Squad.

The grant will see much of the Crowsnest Pass Quad Squad’s trails upgraded. Glen French, of the Quad Squad, says, “this new funding will help to develop and maintain trails for recreation and environmental benefits, and to provide important job creation.” The Quad Squad currently uses 1,800 kilometers of trails, and the $800,000 grant will see 428 kilometers upgraded.

French has also said, “while short term benefits include job and economic opportunities for a variety of workers, the long term intent of this program is the development of safe and sustainable trail infrastructure that can act as major eco-tourism attractions and economic generators for local communities.”


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca

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Sunday, December 7, 2008

Have you seen me or my blog?

Does anyone ever see this blog? Send me an email to johnprince@shaw.ca and let me know, please! Check out my website at http://www.johnprince.ca/ for local real estate information. Do search for me at http://www.google.com/ to see my other blogs. I currently blog at http://activerain.com/mycdnprince as well. Need information on homes for sale in Crowsnest Pass Alberta, give me a call.


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Sunday, November 30, 2008

Crowsnest Pass Properties for Sale

Please check out my listings below. If you have any questions about these listings, or any MLS properties in the Crowsnest Pass, please email me at: johnprince@shaw.ca



ACREAGE IN PASSBURG (East of Bellevue)
This beautiful 3.01 acre parcel has rolling terrain and a treed hillside at the top of the parcel that provides an ideal location for a home with a walk-out basement. A basin in the center of the land offers an area for an ornamental pond to be made. Sheltered location, offering spectacular mountain views. Easy access to the property on Municipal road with all services, including access to Hwy #3, being within a ¼ of a mile to the property. Close to all outdoor activities.
$287,000
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2450 – 213 STREET, BELLEVUE
Well maintained commercial building in downtown Bellevue. Recent upgrades include roofing (tar and gravel) and two furnaces. Living quarters in rear have been developed with full bathroom. Currently operating as a pawn shop. The vendor would consider selling all inventory separately. Great opportunity for anyone in need of commercial space plus residential accommodations.
$154,900 - REDUCED!
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2121 – 208 STREET, BELLEVUE
'Enjoy mountain freedom' at its best in this uniquely custom built 4 year old, 1520 sq. ft. 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home. Naturally landscaped, this approx. 3/4 acre treed lot boosts spectacular panoramic mountain views. Vaulted ceilings, an open floor plan and large windows make this Enviro home blend in naturally with its surroundings. Subdividable too!
$549,000
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3614 - 35 STREET COLEMAN - SOLD!
Country living at it`s finest! This 4 bedroom spacious home provides all the amenities for acreage living. Splendorous views, pond and stream, 3 car secure garage and a fully maintained residence. The residence includes a custom designed hickory kitchen, 4 bathrooms, 4 large bedrooms and developed rear deck with hot tub. The lower level features a large recreation room with wet bar and the additional bedroom.
$690,000 - SOLD!
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Friday, November 28, 2008

Active Rain - A Real Estate Network


I just wanted to put out the word on a fairly new, very informative real estate web site called Active Rain ( http://www.activerain.com/ ). This web site operates the largest and most active social network in the real estate space. It features links to a large network of professional Realtors, home inspectors, mortgage professionals, home stagers, and other real estate related professionals. As a member of the public the access to informative web features written by these pros is a real tool that you can utilize immediately. Their goal is to "Empower the real estate professional". Look for a professional in your area, read some of their blogs, send them an email. This is a service that has lots of potential.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca

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Saturday, November 15, 2008

National Geographic films in Pass

Excerpt: Crowsnest Pass Herald - Nathen Gallagher, Reporter

An exciting National Geographic production has been partially filmed in the Crowsnest Pass - with local expertise and local actors taking part and bringing a Pass flavour to this big production.

The Documentary titled Hitler’s Stealth Fighter, is one of the last untold stories of World War Two, says Michael Jorgenson, the Emmy-winning producer, writer, and director of the project.

Jorgensen worked with Scarecrow Propshow, a local company owned by Dan and Laura Stoddart. The two locals helped round up talent to play American soldiers, scouted locations, and helped locate military vehicles and other items for the production.

“I think it’s going to be a real success,” says Stoddart of the National Geographic production. He adds that it will be good exposure for the area, and that we have good potential as an area people will look to in the future for mountain landscape filming.

The film will be aired in the spring of 2009.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca

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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Affordable Housing in the Crowsnest Pass

Excerpt: Crowsnest Pass Promoter - Joni MacFarlane, Reporter

Due to the shortage of housing availability in the Pass, there is concern that a growing demand for Pass real estate is inflating housing and rental prices.

The newly formed Affordable Housing Committee has recently completed a Draft Needs Assessment document in this regard. With the completion of this document, the group has taken an important step closer to helping the Pass work towards providing strategies and solutions for resolving a possible affordable housing problem. The goals of this document were:

- To analyze population data and population trends in the Pass;
- To analyze currently available housing and projected future
availability;
- To analyze and identify housing needs, both present and future,
in the Pass;
- To project current and five to 10 year supply and demand housing
trends;
- To provide strategies for resolving a possible affordable housing
problem.

Once the Needs Assessment document becomes official, it can be used for community discussion to identify what the issues are and what solutions might be available, and to help secure government funding for any initiatives that are taken as a result.

“It serves as a real snapshot of where our community is right now,” says Adele McKernan, co-chair for the committee. “It really is a valuable document to have about our community.”


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca

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Friday, October 17, 2008

Southern Alberta summer games coming to the Pass

Excerpt: Crowsnest Pass Promoter - Joni MacFarlane, Reporter

Community Services Director Cam Mertz, sees the 2009 40th anniversary of the Southern Alberta Summer Games as a huge opportunity for the Crowsnest Pass. He goes on to say, he wants to give visitors and participants a reason to stay in the Pass and to experience what the area has to offer.

“We can showcase our area by exhibiting all the opportunities outside the games that hold people here: historic driving and walking tours, tourist destinations, quad and hiking tours, guided fishing tours, endless opportunities.”

“The real economic driver of these events is to showcase the community, to show people this is where they can live and raise their families,” said Mertz.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca

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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

What a buyer's agent can do for you...

Many shoppers (buyers) in today's real estate market shop around by calling the agent on the sign out front. They want to see the property. They have questions. Blah blah blah.

But they fail to stick with one agent. Why?

I believe it is because they do not understand how real estate agents work, especially how they get paid. I will explain this here.

First of all, the agent who is named on the sign in front of a house works for the seller - not the buyer. Sure, they will answer your questions and show you the house. They will even help you buy it. But they still represent the seller. They are paid by the seller.

The truth of the matter is the buyer's agent is paid by the seller too. But the buyer's agent represents the buyer. So as a buyer why not find youself a local real estate expert to be your representative. It will not cost you a thing and they can:
  • Show you any house listed in the MLS system

  • Contact any FSBO seller who has a property you may
    be interested in

  • Educate you on the process

  • Represent you and present the offer

  • Advise through the inspections process

  • Hold your hand to the closing!

And... it does not cost you a thing!

If you are interested in buying a home in the Crowsnest Pass area of southwestern Alberta, give me a call. I would welcome a chance to be your representative.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca

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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

I'm Back!

Well after a hectic summer, I have decided to give my real estate blog another go. I have come to realize 'blogging' is probably one of the best ways to reach people, while also keeping them informed and up-to-date on matters that may have an impact on their decision making, especially as it pertains to real estate.

As things stand now, I am back blogging on this, my real estate blog. I plan on putting new energy into this site and to provide a 'focal point' for those interested in knowing about some of the good things that are going on around here, in the Crowsnest Pass.

Unfortunately, when I decided to stop blogging over the summer (see my last post) instead of disabling this blog, I inadvertantly deleted it instead. :-o When I tried to restore it, I was able to recover all my previous posts (but one) but was not able to recover the comments that went with those posts. :-( It is with a deep regret and sadness, I've lost those comments, because they were from municipal councillors, business people, fellow realtors, residents, friends and neighbours, whose opinions, advice, and words of encouragement and support, I appreciated and valued. Regretably, they are all lost... like tears in the rain.

As a result of the above, and rather than starting over, I have now adjusted my settings to not allow comments anymore. Please just call or email me instead.

In the meantime, I look forward to being your one-stop shop for information on the the Crowsnest Pass.

If you are considering buying or selling a home in the Crowsnest Pass area of southwestern Alberta, please give me a call if I can assist you in any way.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca

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Thursday, July 10, 2008

Real Estate Blog Communities A Big Waste Of Time?

The most valuable thing you have is your time and how that time is spent will determine your wealth, health, and happiness.

Ever since the inception of the web, there have been many opportunities to participate in activities that are a waste of time. Spending my time maintaining a real estate blog is proving to be a colossal waste of time.

With the summer market here it makes more sense to me to be productive in other areas and that is what I intend to do. Therefore, this will be my last post to this blog until events dictate otherwise.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca.

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Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Invest in Crowsnest Pass

Do you listen to that voice inside you?
As individuals we are so often led by the media. Influence comes at us from so many directions. Sometimes it is family members, sometimes it is the local newspapers, the big TV networks, sometimes it’s a spouse. Regardless of the source, the influence is there.

When it comes to real estate, that influence may be a real estate agent, a mortgage specialist, or some other business professional. But, what it all comes down to is, you (that little voice inside your head) make the decision.

If you think it is time to buy a home, take all that information and assimilate it. Then, make your decision based on the facts and that little voice.

Today, it is a buyers market. Prices are lower now than they have been for some time. Mortgage rates are pretty decent, still. Take that information and decide for yourself.

And, if that decision is that this is the right time for you, give me a call or drop me an email. I specialize in the Crowsnest Pass/Pincher Creek areas of Southern Alberta, but I can assist in other Alberta areas as well.

I am not telling you to buy right now. Only you know your circumstances. Only you can decide. But if you decide to go ahead, then give me a call and I will work with you, to help make your dream home a reality.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca.

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Saturday, May 31, 2008

Internet Homebuyers

Internet Buyers vs. Traditional Buyers
I just read a newsletter that stated 78% of buyers are using the internet. That figure is phenomenal! According to the article 87% of buyers use the internet to find an agent; 74% to find the homes they want to see; 64% for financing information; 44% to find a real estate firm.

Also, most buyers seem to want a response immediately. And the preferred response by most is email rather than the telephone. What does this tell me? As a Realtor, I must continue to utilize the internet to my maximum ability to grow my business. As a Realtor, I must be responsive to you the buyer or seller.

If you are considering buying or selling a home in the Crowsnest Pass area of southwestern Alberta, please give me a call (or email me) if I can assist you in any way.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca.

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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Buying Your New Home in Crowsnest Pass, Alberta

There are many homes for sale in the Crowsnest, according to the Lethbridge Real Estate Board. The Crowsnest promotes itself as the “Jewel of the Rockies”. It is a great place to live, raise a family, play golf, fish – enjoy the Alberta Rocky Mountain life. Come and become part of the ‘freedom loving’ mountain people of the Crowsnest!

There are still lots of choices. There is new construction, re-sales, and developments with lots ready-to-build. Sort of like the story of The Three Bears - three choices. Some are overpriced (my opinion), some priced right, and some priced where a negotiated agreement will bring a good price. The choices are many!

As a buyer choose a real estate agent who knows your specific target area. Remember, sellers pay the buyer agent's professional fee - not the buyer!

If you like a home and it is over priced you may have problems closing the deal. Why?
Because, if you are getting a mortgage the property will have to be appraised at the sales price. A lender is simply not going to "give" a loan for an inflated price.

If you are a first time home buyer and have questions about the process, let me know. I will provide the answers to all your questions or refer you to the one who can provide the answer.

This is a great time to buy in any one of our small towns (Bellevue/Hillcrest, Frank, Blairmore or Coleman), which make up the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass. The choices are many. Choose carefully!

If you are in the market for a home in the Crowsnest, give me a call. I would welcome a chance to be your Realtor of Choice!


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca.

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Saturday, May 24, 2008

… a different kind of realtor

The facts are the world is going to hell in a hand basket. Everything is pointing in the direction of hard times ahead. Now, if you take that as your premise, then reason dictates that you must act in your own self interest, and do what you can to ensure your survival... and propagation. After all, the world needs more people like you, right!? :-) RIGHT! :-}

So, get out your cheque book and be prepared to write one, after we find you that house in the Rocky Mountains of the Crowsnest, which will serve as your safe haven from the ills and insanity of a world gone mad! Now, there’s a sales pitch! :-)

But seriously, when economies falter and fall apart a strategy for protecting your assets and investments is needed. “My home is my castle” is one strategy. In fact, your home could really become a castle, a safe and solid haven against social unrest and crime, which soar during economic crises. If you own a home, provided it is affordable, you will always have a roof over your head at a time when thousands will be homeless.

Downsizing, economizing, whatever you want to call it, is what many people are doing these days. That is why the Crowsnest is so attractive. We are still affordable, safe, and in many ways protected... by the mountains... and by the 'freedom loving' people of this 'beautiful' valley who stick together, and collectively call this place home.

The forgotten ‘Jewel of the Rockies’ is a good place to be! Call me for your real estate needs! Let me be your Realtor of Choice.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca.

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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Business Profile - JOHN PRINCE

The following Business Profile on me appeared in this week's Crowsnest Pass Herald:

Maxwell & John Prince - a new type of realtor

NATHEN GALLAGHER
Pass Herald Reporter


There’s a new realtor in town, and he’s bringing a new angle to the business.

John Prince is opening a satellite real estate office for Maxwell in the Crowsnest Pass. With access to information and resources from both Calgary and Lethbridge, he is looking to give his clients more bang for their buck.



But Prince aims to be more than just another realtor. He won’t be pushing his clients to buy ever bigger and more expensive houses. He wants to provide people with a reality check about where both the local and global real estate market is going, and about the new realities of consumerism. Instead of trying to convince you to keep buying and take on ever-increasing debt loads, Prince believes people should be careful and potentially look at downsizing in today’s world.

“I hope to bring honesty and integrity to my new profession,” says Prince. He hopes to be someone you can trust to look after your interests, and to be a realtor who makes the experience fun and joyful at the same time. He knows that it can be an intimidating process for many people.

His business website is up and running at www.johnprince.ca, and you can also read his thoughts on the real estate market on his web log, located at http://realestate.johnprince.ca.

Contact John Prince at (403) 564-4518 for more information or to get started with Maxwell City Central - CROWSNEST PASS.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca.

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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Ramifications of 'Whiskey Jack Golf Resort' on the Crowsnest...

Attended the Chamber luncheon Wednesday, and listened to Frank Hughes who was the guest speaker for the new Whiskey Jack Golf Resort Development in Sparwood, B.C. that will soon see hundreds of condo's, townhouses, etc., and a world class signature Golf Course designed by Fred Couples. Property values have already risen by 40% in the last year or two, fuelled on in large part because of this development.

The Crowsnest being only 25 minutes from Sparwood will benefit tremendously from this development. As we will when our own two major developments ($1.2b), having done some ground breaking already, get into the building phase, both at the lakes and at the old slack pile locations.

With the above in mind, land and housing prices in the Crowsnest are ‘surprisingly’ cheap, or still a bargain. When you consider what things go for in Canmore, Banff and Jasper, along with the fact that we are the last and only ‘undeveloped’ Rocky Mountain pass community remaining, I’m sure ‘astute’ buyers/sellers/investors can expect and will find property values will definitely increase here, as time goes on.

The forgotten ‘Jewel of the Rockies’ is a good place to be! Call me for your real estate needs! Let me be your Realtor of Choice.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca.

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Friday, May 9, 2008

Why buy Real Estate in Calgary

Despite lumming times, the province of Alberta is uniquely placed to weather almost any storm. Because I do not want to give some people the wrong impression with my initial post to this blog, please do yourself a favour and read the following:

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Why buy Real Estate in Calgary

• The market has made a correction. Why would the market make a correction? In 2006we had the highest number of people decide to build a new home. All of those new homes began being ready in late 2007. Now those same people had to put their home on the market in order to take possession of their new one. This allowed the inventory to go from 3500 to 15,000 homes over night. This created a large supply, but if you noticed the amount of homes buyers purchased did not change much from 2006, we simply just had more for buyers to choose from. As a result the highly motivated people who run the risk of owning 2 homes have been willing to reduce their price to get their existing home sold. We’ve seen the same thing with condos.

• Will the market go down any further? Not likely, for that to happen we would need to start seeing large amounts of people sell for less then they paid for them. The only way the masses will start selling their homes for less than they paid for them is if they can’t make the mortgage payments. If they can’t make the payments, then the masses are now getting laid off. To see the masses getting laid off would mean that we have a problem in the Oil sector of our economy.

• Let’s discuss Oil. I have numerous articles that talk about Peak Oil. The days are gone where we can buy cheap oil. Why, because the countries that used to be able to provide it no longer have it. This makes Oil in the sand very attractive. Alberta has the infrastructure to take the oil out of the sand for a reasonable cost of about 22.00 per barrel. As we all know this has brought tremendous amounts of money into our Province and will continue to do so.

• Why is Oil so high and will it go higher. It’s high because the demand for oil is at the highest level its every been. China and India have increased its consumption by 23% in the past year. China has 1.3 billion people, India almost a billion; they want oil more than ever before. The outlook is that oil will hit 200.00per barrel before long.

• All the big oil companies are aware of this which is why they continue to invest in our Oil sands. They are now going to build a pipeline to the US from Fort Mac to increase production by 3 times the amount.

• Interest rates will remain low. With the dollar high we can’t afford to raise rates and send Ontario into a recession. This will allow more Albertans to afford housing.

Bottom line for Real Estate in Alberta/ Calgary. As long as people are making money and have a job then the demand for Real Estate will stay high. The outlook is good, which makes right now a very good time to buy.

Rob Vanovermeire/Broker
Maxwell - City Central


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca.

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Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Greater Fool: The Troubled Future of Real Estate

The above title is from a book I have started to read by Garth Turner.

As a people, we've bought into a myth of ever-rising home prices, which is reinforced daily by a self-serving industry and a pliant media.
Since deciding to become a realtor, I have struggled morally and philosophically with the question of dualism. (In real estate, they actually have a term called dual agent. In which an agent acts on behalf of both seller and buyer at the same time. (Sounds like an oxymoron doesn’t it?)) Anyhow, I digress. My dilemma was not with the technical or ethical, but with the personal i.e. how could I make an honest living, while at the same time speaking out and warning people with a ‘heads up’, about the troubled future of real estate, not only here in the ‘Pass but globally.

We’ve all heard about sub-prime, foreclosures, tight money supply, credit crunch and so forth. We’ve all heard and many have experienced lost hope, with respect to the future. I think people need to wake up to the fact; we have to start dealing with a future of having less. And that could be a good thing... for us and our planet.

CONSUME LESS / SHARE MORE / LIVE SIMPLY
Obviously, from what I have said so far, my focus with this blog will not be to tell you to buy more and bigger houses, but to start preparing for your future, by downsizing. Finding that safe home and community, which will bring you comfort, and be your sanctuary and shelter from things to come. This is what I think real estate in the Crowsnest Pass has to offer.

With the above in mind, I hope to provide you with valuable information, tips, and general insight into the real estate market in the Crowsnest Pass, so that you can make an informed decision when it comes time for you to buy or sell your next home. In doing so, I hope to earn your trust.


John Prince, Alberta licensed real estate agent, MaxWell City Central – Crowsnest Pass. Serving the Crowsnest Pass and area. Call me directly at 403-564-4518 or by email at: johnprince@shaw.ca.

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