SO YOU THINK YOUR REALTOR CAN DANCE?

SO YOU THINK YOUR REALTOR CAN DANCE?

The team recently hosted an agent open house at our listing at 243 Hanover Street in Oakville.

This home is a gorgeous 5-level luxury townhome that is just STUNNING from top to bottom. We decided the best way to showcase it was with an impromptu dance video – because, well, why not?! We blasted the video on our social media platforms, got amazing results and great feedback from everyone, and used it to advertise a very successful public open house that weekend.

We had so much fun with our one-take filming session and our client absolutely loved the end result! Best part? The townhome is now SOLD. We may just have to dance our way through our other listings and open houses. Have a look below and follow us on our social media accounts for more fun!

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So you think your Realtor can dance?

SAFETYNET CHILDREN & YOUTH CHARITIES – MAKING INCREDIBLE CHANGES IN OAKVILLE

SAFETYNET CHILDREN & YOUTH CHARITIES – MAKING INCREDIBLE CHANGES IN OAKVILLE

Just in time for back to school, we dropped off some bins of gently used children’s clothing to SafetyNet Children & Youth Charities, an Oakville-based registered Canadian charity, and we were profoundly touched by the experience. Bill Shields, the founder, gave us the grand tour of the facility where we learned all about the amazing work this local charity does. It was clear right away that there is a definite need for this type of kindness and compassion right in our community.

It’s not something we encounter day-to-day, but the facts are that there are thousands of families that live below the poverty line in Oakville and the surrounding area. SafetyNet combats this often-overlooked local need by providing 100% free items and services to financially disadvantaged families.

SafetyNet’s mission is to initiate programs that will not only assist in providing necessities such as clothing, furniture, bicycles, and non-perishable foods and toiletries, but will inspire underprivileged youth to overcome their difficulties through community outreach programs such as free one-on-one tutoring and music lessons.

If you’re interested in donating clothes or furniture, please visit Bill and his team of dedicated volunteers at 1317 Speers Road in Oakville. They will even arrange for furniture pick-ups at your home (for a fee of $50, as all the donated furniture is given away at no cost to families who need it). Currently, they are in most need of diapers in sizes 5 and 6 and feminine sanitary pads, but all donations, including monetary, are always needed and greatly appreciated. Visit www.safetynetservices.ca for more information.

We love supporting local charities that truly make a difference! Thank you, SafetyNet!

Rina DiRisio
B.A., SALES REPRESENTATIVE
Lifetime resident of Oakville

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