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

March 2024 Update: Toronto Commuter Markets – Guelph and Oakville-Milton

Guelph and the Oakville-Milton real estate markets are all within commuting distance of Toronto, and feature a strong demand for housing, as well as diverse housing options. They attract university students, faculty, and staff, creating rental demand, and offer other, varied housing and investment options, each area with its own, unique characteristics.

March 2024 Market Updates – Guelph vs. ...

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Ford’s New Cutting Red Tape to Build More Housing Act

On April 10th, the Ontario Ford government introduced a comprehensive bill aimed at simplifying home construction and approval processes across the province.

The new Cutting Red Tape to Build More Housing Act would include provisions to decrease the required amount of parking for developers, implement expedited procedures for building student housing, and enforce a use-it-or-lose-it policy.

Critics...

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Contrasting Real Estate Landscapes: February Market Comparison Across Canada

According to an Edge Realty report, in February, provincial real estate markets experienced varied trends, while Canada overall continued to face affordability challenges.

Table displaying february market summary with columns for sales, new listings, active inventory, and house prices across canada and specific regions, showing year-over-year and month-over-month changes.

Source: Edge Realty

Home Sales

February saw a notable decrease in demand for homes across Canada, with seasonally adjusted home sales for the country overall dropping by 3.1% month-over-month (m/m). However, this decrease wasn’t ...

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