Coldwell Banker Vision Realty Opens In Olds

As of March, 1st Coldwell Banker Vision Realty has a new location in Olds. Brokers Ray Cavin and Rick Cowling are excited to introduce the brand to the Olds and area market. Cavin adds, the Coldwell Banker Vision Realty brand is one of the oldest and most established real estate brands in North America. There are more than 3000 offices worldwide, with over 20 franchises in Alberta.

Coldwell Banker Vision Realty in Olds is joining a network of 20 other Coldwell Banker franchises in Alberta with the new local location.
 
Brokers Ray Cavin and Rick Cowling say Olds is a great community to invest in and they are very happy to do business in town.
 
According to Cavin, Olds is entering a very exciting time in real estate again and it is something the community saw a number of years ago.
 
 
 
 
Cavin says Olds is a great community to invest in, and is a lovely community for anyone looking to set down roots and raise a family.
 
 
 
 
With spring just around the corner, Cavin says they do see an increase in real estate acreage traffic.
 
And as things start to green up, he says it's a great time for buyers to start looking at homes, and a wonderful time for sellers to put their house up for sale and to take new pictures on the listings.
 
 

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