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YOU CAN CHOOSE ANYONE, HERE’S WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE DREW & NICK

Drew and Nick’s professionalism, attention to detail and their commitment to work as a team to provide the best service possible, makes them the best real estate team we met in our military career.

The reason why I like to push for Drew is that when we were in Zurichand Montreal, we contacted about 5 agents. Drew is the only one who answered.                                                                                                                                 

Nick rose to the challenge of the limited time we had for our house hunting trip to find the house that fulfills our families needs. He truly wasn’t satisfied until we found the house that would work for us.

WE HELP YOU RELOCATE TO KINGSTON!

You’ve been posted to Kingston. Or transferred. Or have decided that the Kingston area is the destination of your retirement home or your investment property. Then the hard part begins: How do you find a Realtor you can trust in the Kingston area?

The most important thing in our business is the setting of expectations, and we have created this page so you understand exactly what you will receive from us, as we work to exceed the expectations we set. Every year, we provide the necessary help in relocating between 10-20 Buyer’s to the Kingston area for their next move in life. Here’s what you can expect from us:

1. Sense of Urgency: The quote “Deadlines spur action ” applies here. Our first correspondence usually involves a deadline: “We start work ____.” “We want to be moved in by ______.” “The kids start school _________.” Once that itinerary is established, and you’ve provided the “needs and wants” list, we get to work looking for the most options that fit your timeline and budget.

2. Availability: Here’s real estate summed up in a rant. Listening to the radio one day the host was talking about availability in sports; he says: “Do you know what makes LeBron James so great? He’s available. He’s never injured. He’s always there when you need him to be, and that’s part of being great at anything, is being available. You could be the greatest athlete in the world but if you’re not available to play in critical games, then what good are you to me?” You could be the greatest Realtor in the world, but if you do not answer your phone when called, or return texts and emails promptly, then you’re no good to anybody. It sounds easy, but you have to have a sense of urgency to want to help. We get that, and will prove it over and over during our time working together.

3. Excellent Judgement: Just as easily as being transferred into Kingston, you can be transferred out. We will go through every pro and con we can think of for the properties you like because making a good decision is more important than winning a multiple offer. You need to know that our judgment is not blinded by winning and we want to make sure you’re in the best possible position if your stay has been cut short.

CULTURE

Kingston is home to many artists who work in all aspects of the industry. Kingston hosts several festivals during the year, including the Kingston WritersFest, Limestone City Blues Festival, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival, Artfest, the Kingston Buskers’ Rendezvous, Kingston Jazz Festival, Reelout Film Festival, Feb Fest and the Wolfe Island Music Festival.

EMPLOYMENT

With Kingston’s lower cost of living compared to larger surrounding cities, desirable lifestyle and access to premium health care and educational facilities, this city is considered a great place to live and work.

Kingston offers a mixture of business and hospitality services and research, development and manufacturing companies. For example: INVISTA Canada, StarTek Canada, Empire Life Insurance Company, J.E. Agnew Foods Services and Calian Technologies are some of Kingston’s major private employers employing over 7,000 people alongside these companies, Kingston’s public employers employ over 24,000 people.  In 2015 the average total income in Kingston was $48,204 (Source:Manifold Data Mining Inc.).

To find more stats visit business.kingstoncanada.com

HISTORY

Kingston has an interesting military and political history. Kingston was chosen as the first capital of Canada on February 15, 1841, and served in that role until 1844. It was also an early stomping ground for Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first prime minister. There are 22 National Historic Sites designated in Kingston including our very popular tourist location, Fort Henry. all your hard work.

PARK & TRAILS

Kingston is not only a desired place to live because it is located along the beautiful St. Lawrence River, it’s home to many beautiful parks and trails. Kingston has over 200 parks you can visit. Below are some of the more popular ones to check out.

ACTIVITIES IN THE CITY

Check out Kingston’s recreation and leisure guide to see what’s happening in the city this year for the whole family to enjoy.

EDUCATION

According to statistics Canada, Kingston has the most PhD-holders per capita of any city in Canada. Kingston’s Queen’s University is one of Canada’s oldest universities offering a variety of degree programs. The Royal Military College of Canada is Canada’s only military university (Collège Militaire Royal in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec is a military college). Lastly Kingston’s community college, St Lawrence College, offers baccalaureate degree programs at its Kingston campus and is partnered with Laurentian University, offering more educational opportunities for students.

Secondary schools located in Kingston:

Featured Neighbourhoods

Henderson Place

Originally built in the early 1950s to 1970s, many homes have been recently upgraded. Smaller, single-family homes and two-storey homes are within walking distance to secondary and elementary schools, convenient to west-end shopping, soccer and baseball parks, a community outdoor swimming pool and child-care centres. This is a great neighbourhood for families of all ages.  – Kingston Relocation Guide 2016

Reddendale

Reddendale is situated in Kingston West and is bordered by Front Road to the north, Sandy Bay Lane to the east, Lake Ontario to the south and Old Front Road to the west. Auden Park, Lemoine Point and Henderson Place are other neighbourhoods in the area. The neighbourhood prices have been going up over the years, and for good reason. This area features several parks along the water line that young families and retirees in the area enjoy all year round. – Kingston Relocation Guide 2016

Bayride East

Situated along Bayridge Drive and between Bath Road and Taylor Kidd Boulevard, development of this suburban community of single-family and executive homes started in the 1970s. Facilities and attractions include elementary and secondary schools, several churches, outdoor tennis courts and sports fields. Single-family detached homes sold from mid – $200,000. – 2017 Kingston Relocation Guide.

Bayridge West

Situated along Bayridge Drive and between Bath Road and Taylor Kidd Boulevard, development of this suburban community of single-family and executive homes started in the 1970s. Facilities and attractions include elementary and secondary schools, several churches, outdoor tennis courts and sports fields. Single-family detached homes sold from mid – $200,000  – 2017 Kingston Relocation Guide.

Auden Park

The Auden Park neighbourhood is located in Kingston West and is generally bounded by Bath Road to the north, Days Road to the east, Henderson Boulevard to the south and Bayridge Drive to the west. The adjacent neighbourhoods include Henderson, Gardiners/Meadowbrook, Bayridge West, Bayridge East, Bayridge West and Lemoine Point. You’ll find lots of families in the area as well as parks and close to several amenadies. – 2016 Kingston Relocation guide

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