Ken Brown

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Welcome

Ken Brown is a professional Realtor with in excess of 23 1/2 years experience, who with the assistance of his wife, Sharon Brown, as Office Manager, serving all areas of Winnipeg. Ken also specializes in residential communities surrounding Winnipeg, including Oakbank, Dugald, Anola, as well as hobby farms and horse properties in the RM of Springfield, MB.

Ken's specialty is effectively representing his clients when buying or selling real estate, including new and existing residential and rural homes, condos and vacant land.

Ken provides honest, quality service incorporating up-to-date marketing strategies, innovative and effective promotion, in-depth research and current market information for our clients. Ken supports several charities including The Children's Hospital Foundation of Manitoba, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, in addition to other local charities. 

Whether you are planning to buy or sell a home, or if you just have a real estate question, please feel free to contact us. We'd be happy to hear from you.

Thanks for visiting. Come again soon...

Ken Brown

Latest News

Brandon: Next Municipality to Benefit from Housing Accelerator Fund Grant

On July 2, 2024, to address housing concerns, the Government of Canada and the City of Brandon, Manitoba reached an agreement under the Housing Accelerator Fund (HAF) to expedite the construction of 168 homes within the next three years and pave the way for over 761 additional homes over the next decade. The $6.2 million funding package will help eliminate barriers to housing development and encourage...

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Canadian Secondary Suite Incentive Programs

Various levels of government have implemented secondary suite incentive programs to increase the supply of affordable rental housing. These initiatives are aimed at encouraging homeowners to convert existing spaces into rentable units or create new ones, for long-term rentals and housing. 

Budget 2024: Canada Secondary Suite Loan Program

In Budget 2024, the Canadian government introduced the Canada...

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Playbook Senior Economist Forecast

The recent decrease in interest rates by the Bank of Canada by 25 basis points was anticipated by the market and is expected to provide the necessary stimulus for the Canadian economy to start prospering again. This move is significant as it sets Canada apart from the Federal Reserve, which has remained on hold. 

Of particular interest to investors, Canada has become the first economy among the...

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