Had a great weekend at the Arts Alive event in Langley. A lot of people enjoyed the many art forms in the good weather. We had the opportunity to show some of my art and talk with a few folk about the art of real estate.
60+ Lifestyle Expo in Langley
Sometimes when we take clients to open houses we get some pleasant surprises. I had some surprise visitors at my open house today!
Stats are based on detached homes in the Fraser Valley Area comparing June 2016 with the same month in 2015.
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Consistent with the preceding two months, June saw a record-setting number of sales for the month historically, but continued easing off since this year’s sales peak in March. Home prices are up and your home may be worth more than you think. Email us or call if you wish an updated home evaluation.Continue reading →
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I woke up this morning feeling the most incredible sense of pride for my country and it’s people.
As a portion of it burns and it’s people run for their lives with only the clothes on their back. Like refugees in their own province.
As people lose everything and have to drive by their burning lives. Confused, scared and desperate to escape.
They do the unthinkable….
They stop…to help others.
They throw their own belongings to the ground to make room for those stranded on the side of the road.
They open their homes and businesses for strangers in need.
They walk for miles down a highway with a gas can while people are stuck in traffic asking ‘who needs gas.’
They fight a monster for hours on end, all the while knowing they have no home to go home to.
Almost 90 000 incredible people were evacuated from FortMcMurray in less than 24 hours. With NOT one story of violence, looting or price gouging against their fellow man.
Instead they shared what little they had, made sure everyone had a safe place to sleep or a shoulder to cry on.
As a country we have won many medals, trophies and honors the world over and it always gives us a sense of pride.
But this…this situation…there is no prize here. No medals coming for these people. The real heroes don’t wear capes.
To the incredible people of Alberta and the entire country coast to coast, I Thank You. For reminding us all what it means to be an amazing and a true Canadian.
And I would add these are
the created amazing human beings showing his/her true nature: kind, generous, living, loyal, empathetic, courageous, seeing the other as part of the human family and community, and not as “a distant other”, in communion with one another, seeing God in others and in themselves, and in the communal challenge…
This is a clear invitation to transcend, to go far beyond, to focus on similarities, rather than in differences, to go back to our true nature and identity!