Monthly Archives: August 2011

RE/MAX Orchard Country Wine Fair in the news…

Tickets for the RE/MAX Orchard Country Wine Fair & Competiton are moving fast so pick yours up right away, first come first served, RE/MAX Orchard Country , 10124 Main St in Summerland. These are the hottest tickets in town, and they are … Continue reading

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Client’s Summerland Business featured on Bride.ca

Pretty impressive mention of edgypetals.com on this wedding site. http://www.bride.ca/wedding-ideas/index.cfm/2011/8/26/Real-Wedding–Chelsea–Steve-Lake-View-Delight#  

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Community Conversation

“People want to live and work in vibrant communities filled with creative people and economic, educational and cultural opportunities, however, we all have different ways of thinking about these things.” Linda Beaven, 2006 receipient of the Prime Minister’s award for … Continue reading

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The season that never happened! Summerland…

CONDO MARKET UPDATE Summerland BC August 24 2011 With 82 active listings in this category, this market segment has been a one sided solo dance for quite some time.  The sellers have shown up, but have sat quietly waiting for … Continue reading

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Small town Summerland ….where are we going, leaders?

Globe and Mail report on Business features an article in Property Report “Other communities will have to “get more aggressive” to attract boomers, he says, citing the Okanagan towns of Peachland, Kelowna and possibly Vernon.” http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/property-report/smaller-cities-buttering-up-baby-boomers/article2137753/   PATRICK MURPHY 250 … Continue reading

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