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MaxWell Realty has recently had the pleasure of interviewing our newest Broker/Owner Bob Dewar. Bob opened the doors of MaxWell Edge Realty in January 2021!

Check out our interview with Bob Dewar below:

1. How many years in the industry as an agent?

Renee was licensed in 2009 and I in 2013 after I retired from the Federal Government. Renee's business in real estate took off, and she needed the help, so I got licensed, and we've been a team ever since.

2. What led you to want to make the change to being an owner/broker?

We were looking at whether we should relocate back to Winnipeg. After speaking to Bill Tarrabain, he thought we'd be a great fit for bringing the brand to Winnipeg. He encouraged us to check with other Broker/Owners of

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Andrijana Jakovleska - MaxWell Progressive
Victoria Hayfron-Benjamin - MaxWell Progressive
Liz Morgan - MaxWell Canyon Creek
Mike Brattland - MaxWell Devonshire Realty
Bob Dewar - MaxWell Edge Realty
Renee Dewar - MaxWell Edge Realty
Charmy Patel - MaxWell Performance
Mike Gill - MaxWell Elite Realty
Rebecca Dyck - MaxWell Devonshire Realty (Lethbridge)
Kuro Mendi - MaxWell Capital Realty
Ahmed Khaja - MaxWell Polaris
Heidi Lawrie - MaxWell Challenge Realty
Adam Pacholok - MaxWell Progressive
Aman Gill - MaxWell Polaris WELCOME BACK
Herman Thind - MaxWell Polaris
Wesley Sellick - MaxWell Progressive WELCOME BACK
Andrea Fries - MaxWell Polaris
Krishna Krishna - MaxWell Central
Marissa MacIntyre - MaxWell Devonshire Realty
Suzanne Dudey - MaxWell Devonshire Realty

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Claire Amyotte - MaxWell Devonshire Realty

Bikram Bathh - MaxWell Polaris

Cory Foster - MaxWell Excel Realty

Alexander Gavrilyev - MaxWell Challenge Realty

Scott Holliday - MaxWell Challenge Realty

Shantana Lasker - MaxWell Devonshire Realty

Ryan MacDonald - MaxWell Elite Realty

Bailey MacNamara - MaxWell Challenge Realty

Khal Moustarah - MaxWell Progressive

 

Welcome to the Family!

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Christine Geers - MaxWell Elite Realty 

 Edith Ibojie - MaxWell Capital Realty

 Randeep Dhaliwal - MaxWell Progressive

 Gurinder Gill - MaxWell Polaris

 Tarah Nielsen - MaxWell Progressive

 Gurkirat Sran - MaxWell Polaris

 Kamran Amjad - MaxWell Progressive

 Vuong Sam - MaxWell Devonshire Realty

 Alim Mohamed - MaxWell Devonshire Realty

 Colleen Kelly - MaxWell Network Realty

 Hyun Lee - MaxWell Polaris

 Ahmed Khaja Abrar - MaxWell Polaris

 Jasbir Singh - MaxWell Polaris

 Amardeep Gill - MaxWell Polaris

 Kamal Kang - MaxWell Polaris

 James Phillips - MaxWell Polaris

 Jordan Igboji - MaxWell Polaris

 Peter Lloyd - MaxWell Capital Realty

 Rahul Singh - MaxWell Capital Realty

 Jennifer Ellard -

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It turns out that some common advice that almost all agents, including me, have been wrong about over the decades is the wisdom of purchasing on a golf course WITHOUT examining how financially solvent that course is. Every year it seems another course in the Calgary area fails; a whole host of reasons.

 Join me as we explore the recent past of some course, and the most recent golf course announcement (fall 2020).

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 Clients have asked me if I've seen an uptick in people wanting to move to rural, small town Alberta. It might make sense for some people, either as they've realized they might not NEEDED at their desk, are worried about Covid, want a slower pace of life, or simply the savings that come with leaving the big city.

 I explore the various options, how I'd choose which towns to live in, and what you could get buy for a LOT less than your current home is likely worth.

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Devon Davidson – MaxWell Devonshire Realty

Banisha Sandhu – MaxWell Polaris

Malkit Sran – Maxwell Polaris

Hirdejot Mander – MaxWell Polaris

Nancy Dere – Akande – MaxWell Elite (Welcome Back)

 

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JayMan is the first major builder in Alberta that has fully endorsed solar. Kudos to them for taking a big step. And it's gotten lots of press coverage, along with all the sales people in the showhomes pushing it as a feature.

 

But is it worth it?  And, how do we measure what something is worth?

  1. Is it just financial returns
  2. Are you willing to buy for the environment alone (ignoring the disposal and manufacturing of the panels)
  3. Or is it the self sufficiency aspect of knowing that you are WHOLLY reliant on the grid / others?

In terms of the last point, the self sufficiency, I like being self sufficient.  But in Alberta, even the biggest installation that could fit on my roof is NOT going to enable me to go off-grid in December. 

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