Hello!

This is the first of a series of posts that together will explain in detail why Kamloops is such a great place to invest. Specifically, a great place to invest in Real Estate.

 

Please read on and watch for new posts in this series every week. These posts eventually became part of a report on Kamloops for Real Estate Investors that is available for download.

 

The front page features  a nice shot of the center of Kamloops where the North and South Thompson rivers converge to form the Thompson River which flows into Kamloops Lake, west of Kamloops.Free Report

The smaller photos are a sample of properties I have purchased since 2009.

The shots of old Canadian Currency on either side of my pretty face have a special meaning to me.

The $50 note(1975) symbolises my time in the public service as an RCMP officer, and is what helped me develop the S.A.F.E. principals I invest with.

The $20 note(1969 and ’79)  is from Moraine Lake and the Valley of the Ten Peaks. One of the peaks (Mt Perren) was named after my paternal grandfather Walter Perren, in honor of his contribution to developing Parks Canada’s Mountain Rescue Program.

In case you were wondering, I got my rugged good looks from my maternal grandfather who was a farmer and a teacher, and a very good man whom I have the privilege of spending time with in my childhood.

As you can tell, I have some high standards to live up to.  I will endeavor to do so with a report you will find helpful and educating, in the spirit of my heritage.

 

Please check the next post for a story about polar bears that helps put real estate into context, or download the entire report here.