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Shirley and Stephanie are a mother-daughter team who have been working together since November of 2005. We work seamlessly together, sometimes even finishing each other’s sentences. Coming from different generations we have different strengths from home staging and renovations to the latest in social media marketing, all of which combine to give you the best service for your listing.

Shirley made the switch to a profession in Real Estate in 2000 after 25 years as a Registered Nurse working in the Emergency Department at the Alberta Childrens’ Hospital. Shirley has always had a passion for houses, especially home renovations, which she started doing in 2001 and has now renovated over 50 houses and is currently building a home from scratch for the first time. While always busy working, Shirley enjoys playing the trumpet in the Jazz Nicks adult Jazz Band and taking time off to travel the world with her family and especially enjoys visiting her granddaughter.

Stephanie started in Real Estate after graduating from the University of Toronto with an Honors Bachelor of Science degree, specializing in Psychology. After a couple of years working in High Performance sport, she decided to join her mum in Real Estate full time. Stephanie also enjoys working alongside Shirley in home renovations and their current inner city build project and brings a strong knowledge of social media marketing to their partnership. In her spare time Stephanie loves playing music and being involved in various sports, as well as volunteering with the Killarney Development Committee.

About

Shirley and Stephanie are a mother-daughter team who have been working together since November of 2005. We work seamlessly together, sometimes even finishing each other’s sentences. Coming from different generations we have different strengths from home staging and renovations to the latest in social media marketing, all of which combine to give you the best service for your listing.

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But first, the old house must go!
What an exciting day! The beginning of a new adventure and I was watching with as much enthusiasm as the 2 & 4 yr old boys across the street, because really, it was pretty awesome! I wasn’t surprised by the power and strength of the excavator, but I was a little shocked at how dainty it’s first was. Slowly but surely the old house fell, first from the central roofline, out to the side walls, then the excavator knocked them in too, including the fireplace chimney and furnace stack. At one point to reach the back wall the excavator compacted the remains of the old house into the near portions of the basement, then rolled right over top. Within 45 minutes the excavator reached the back wall and collapsed it on top of the rest of the rubble, which filled what used to be the basement....

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