First Snow in Edmonton

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Services for Real Estate Pros with Glenn Simon Inc.

We had the first snow of the winter season over the weekend. It was beautiful to awaken to the fresh dusting that happened quietly while we slept.

The first snow is a great reminder that we'll be seeing this for the next 6 months and the real estate market is going to s-l-o-w down. Less tenants moving, although I did a move on New Year's Eve last year, less buyers looking. Sellers are out there but the prices are reflected in the season.

I've got one beautiful townhouse left to rent for December 1st and plan to have a baby this weekend. Then hope to batten my hatches for the weather, focus on our fine tuning our goals for 2012 and work on streamlining our portfolio.

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