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

Calgary Passes Blanket Rezoning Changes

Nearly a month after discussions began at Calgary’s City Hall, on May 14th, councillors narrowly approved moving forward with blanket rezoning, allowing for increased housing density in single-family residential areas. The decision followed a lengthy 15-day Public Hearing, during which 736 Calgarians spoke, and 6,101 submitted written statements. Nearly 70% expressed their opposition to blanket...

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Impacts of Minimum Parking Requirements on Residential Buildings

The CMHC recently released its Impact Of Minimum Parking Requirements For Multi-Family Residential Buildings On Housing Affordability And Sustainability report.

It analyzed the potential impact of minimum parking requirements on multi-family residential buildings in Canada, including improving housing affordability and reducing environmental impact. Historically, Canadian municipalities mandated minimum...

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New Study on Impacts of New Housing Construction

A CMHC study on Evaluating the Impacts of Increasing Housing Supply in Canada was released in March.

According to CMHC’s estimations, an additional 3.5 million housing units would be required by 2030 to restore affordability, surpassing the current construction pace. However, the introduction of new housing options at different price points could affect households with varying socioeconomic b...

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