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When was the last time you took out an elderly family member for some fun?
April is Financial Literacy Month and we’ve found a few tips to help the senior in your life to stretch their dollar.
1. Order medication in bulk Ordering a 90-day supply of medication by mail often costs less than hitting up your local pharmacy once a month. When you use this method for long-term meds (generally what these mail-orders are designed for—check for restrictions), you can also get automatic refills so you never run out.
2. Skip the doctor when you can Retailers such as Walgreens, CVS, Target, and Walmart now offer in-store health clinics in many locations. These places are best for run-of-the-mill problems such as splinters or an earache, or to get a flu shot. If you don’t have insurance, you can save big—$60 for a visit compared with $1,000 or more at the emergency room. But see your regular doctor for chronic conditions, serious symptoms, or broken bones.
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As national support grows for LGBT rights—including numerous states legalizing gay marriage and the dropping of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy in the military—there’s also been a surge in development announcements for gay-friendly seniors housing properties, with new centers proposed in cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia. Read more here: National Real Estate Investor.
Audrey Abuan, Edmonton’s Home Selling Real Estate Consultant is pleased to announce the release of her new website, designed with a fresh new look and user-friendly navigation, updated with the latest information about buying or selling homes in Edmonton & Area. The updated pages contain information about helping buyers and sellers with all their real estate needs. You can now find elaborated information about the real estate market, tips on relocation moves and a special section just for Edmonton’s Baby Boomers. One of our main goals was to build a user-friendly and simple to navigate site. The new design allows the users to quickly find content.
We hope that you will enjoy browsing our new site and if you have any questions about buying or selling real estate, feel free to inquire.
Posted from Edmonton Garrison also known as the Steele Barracks. It is that time of the year again. Edmonton posting season. Military members are on the move throughout Canada and the world.
For some military members this will be their first posting and they should start to enquire on the process from the day they receive their posting message, especially if this is your first posting or if you will be away on course during your house selling process.
Relocating military families have the option to work with any Realtor from any company they choose. A Realtor who knows the Brookfield system and has experience specializing in relocation moves is a huge asset and will lessen the stress of the move.
Over the last few years Brookfield Relocations (IRP) has changed some of their policies including some cutbacks from it’s relocation resource packages. If you have been posted consider asking other DND members to recommend a Realtor or interview more than one Realtor before making your selection.
Here are some posting questions you may want to ask your real estate Agent
1. How Familiar are you with Brookfield (IRP)?
2. What happens if my house is not sold by my COS date?
3. When is the best time to go on my HHT (house-hunting-trip)
4. What happens if my house sale and house purchase dates do not line up?
5. What “out of pocket” fees will I need to pay?
I have assisted many military families relocate to and from Edmonton, Morinville, Bon Accord and Gibbons Alberta and look forward to helping more members relocate across Canada.
If you are relocating and would like more information about the relocation process, contact Audrey Abuan.
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Audrey has been licenced and actively involved in selling residential real estate in Edmonton and surrounding area since September 1997.
Audrey believes strongly in Agency Representation and that successful real estate transactions happen as a result of honest, continuous, clear & open communication. She believes that giving both her Buyers and Sellers all known facts enables them to make the right decisions.
In today’s technological world, Audrey is also very conversant with extensive internet marketing for maximum property exposure!
Audrey has also taken her client services to another level with her ILHM (Institute for Luxury Home Marketing) and SRS designation for her Sellers and her ABR and Relocation Designations (including HHT’s & corporate moves) for her Buyers.
Buying or selling a home can be overwhelming and stressful. Having a qualified, experienced professional like Audrey Abuan working in your best interest will make your experience seem almost effortlessness. Audrey is than just the average realtor. She has taken selling Real Estate to a level of Excellence.
With a competitive spirit, focus and determination to do her very best for every client Audrey is committed to providing the ultimate full service real estate experience