McCullough Marketing has moved to RE/MAX of Nanaimo

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Nov
19
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Recently, the Globe and Mail featured Nanaimo as one of the most desirable places for retirees to live. The article described our wonderful city as having "all of the amenities of a city without the traffic congestion and high property prices of Vancouver". Stereotyped as Victoria's, less-expensive "little brother", some perceive Nanaimo to be a second choice city— if you want Victoria, but can't afford it, look at Nanaimo. My experience suggests something different: Many, if not most, folks who buy a home in Nanaimo do so on purpose, because Nanaimo is their FIRST choice. No offense to Victoria, which is a gorgeous city with its Parliament buildings and impeccable English-inspired mansions in Oak Bay, but it's kind of like comparing apples and oranges.
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Nov
14
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Less than 27% of Nanaimo residents voted in the last civic election. Why are we so apathetic when it comes to municipal politics? Scotland recently voted in a referendum to remain part of the United Kingdom, rather than seek independence. The turnout of Scottish voters was 84.6% which was the highest recorded for an election or referendum in the UK in recent years! Take the time this Saturday and vote. Your voice is important and deserves to be heard. "All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent." – Thomas Jefferson
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Nov
06
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This Remembrance Day is an especially emotional day for many Canadians, as we keep our thoughts and prayers with the families of the 2 Canadian soldiers killed on our own soil last month. On Tuesday, November 11th, I would ask that Realtors not hold open houses, and that for the entire hour of 11am on the 11th month of the 11th day of 2014, that we refrain from discussing real estate at all and instead, maintain a 2 minute period of silence to commemorate the lives of those Canadians who have given their lives. This is one way that we can ensure that our country displays its pride and commitment to freedom for each and every Canadian. As much as we like to complain about politics and taxes, most of us will admit that there is no other country we would want to live in.
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