Monthly Archives: July 2011

Is Summerland really so tough to figger out?…

“BCREA economist Brendon Ogmundson said it is not entirely clear why Summerland has out performed…”  Quote from Summerland Review under the headline: “HOUSING COSTS RISING”.  Well, why don’t you just sit right down and I’ll explain it to ya! No … Continue reading

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Trout Creek Market Update July 20 2011

One question I get asked by visitors these days is: “Why does Trout Creek have so many for sale signs?” Well, first off, let’s see just how many are listed for sale in the South Okanagan’s hottest recreation real estate … Continue reading

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BC Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Joe Sakic, see you this week!

aces a hole in one for a million bucks!  Now he’s on his way here! http://www.vancouversun.com/sports/Sakic+strokes+million+hole/5116471/story.html Looking forward to the fun this weekend! Patrick Murphy 250 486 2529 RE/MAX Orchard Country 10124 Main St Summerland

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Sports Tourism in the South Okanagan

BC Hockey Hall of Fame is holding the Inductee Dinner next Friday July 22.  This years inductees include Joe Sakic, Jack McIlhargey, Rob Shick and Duncan Wray plus the 1985/86 Penticton Knights. The celebration weekend begins Thursday July 21 with … Continue reading

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Organized Real Estate aint perfect, but it works, and it sure beats pure Bureaucracy!

As a former member of the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), I like to do my best to keep in touch with various issues from the area, especially when they are of national significance to how I earn my LIVING!  … Continue reading

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