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Lethbridge Real Estate - Welcome to 2011, Are You Prepared?

Lethbridge Real Estate - Welcome to 2011

Are you thinking about buying or selling real estate in Lethbridge or area in 2011?  Can I help you?

 

If you are looking to buy or sell a home or an investment property this year, it is important that you have the strongest assets available working on your side.  This includes surrounding yourself with individuals who can make the process easier, more efficient, and most of all more profitable for you.

 

A skilled and experienced real estate broker is one of the most important assets you can have at your disposal.  I have clients who I have been helping and advising for 18 years, and who have consistently made profitable real estate deals.  Let me share the experience of hundreds of families moved, hundreds of real estate transactions, and thousands of dollars of profit made.

 

In addition to being a licensed real estate Broker in Alberta, I am also a licensed mortgage broker.  This has given me the additional experience of knowing how to structure a transaction to satisfy a lender or to maximize the amount of leverage and profit potential a property may have.  Many people spend countless hours searching for a property, but spend very little time searching for the financing on that property.  Both are equally important.

 

So Happy New Year!  I expect it will be a wild one and hope that it is profitable for all of you.  Please feel free to give me a call if there are any real estate needs that you may have which I may be able to help you solve.

 

 

 

 

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Robert W May is a Real Estate Broker in Lethbridge Alberta, having now been in the industry for over 23 years. . He was also a licensed Lethbridge mortgage broker and financing expert with Canada First Mortgage of Calgary Alberta for the past 10 years.  He is an industry leader always willing to help train and educate others in how to improve their business models for financial and personal benefit.




 

 

Comment balloon 0 commentsRobert May • January 03 2011 12:12AM

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