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Markdale Real Estate, Community Profile

Markdale Real Estate, Community Profile

Markdale is a center of some 1,400 residents. Markdale is located just 1-1/2 hours north of Pearson International Airport and 30 minutes south of Owen Sound. Beautiful Beaver Valley with its excellent ski slopes and recreational and conference facilities, is just a few miles to the east.

Markdale is the proud home of Chapmans Ice Cream, Canada’s largest independent ice cream manufacturer. Markdale also serves the needs of a large agricultural community. Cattle, sheep and grain are the chief commodities.

The beauty of the rolling countryside draws people to the area both as occasional visitors and weekend dwellers and year-round residents. The Markdale area has become a favorite among artists and artisans, spinners and weavers. Professional crafts persons, attracted by the reasonable real estate prices, have made Markdale their permanent home or weekend retreat.

If you would like to find out more about Markdale real estate, contact one of our professional eHomes Realty Sales Representatives today.

Bill Stobbe

Born and raised in Owen Sound, Bill spent nine years in Toronto working in the advertising and marketing industry. In 1998, Bill returned to his roots to be close to family and to raise his own family. Bill has been helping his valued clients buy and sell real estate since 2003 and has been a consistent top producer in the office. In 2012, Bill left his previous brokerage and started eHomes Realty to address the needs of the ever-changing real estate industry. eHomes Realty is a fast growing, full service brokerage that embraces the latest technologies to streamline the real estate process and in turn, provide relief to sellers with lower commissions. At eHomes Realty, commissions are as low as 3.79%. The real estate industry is changing and eHomes Realty is leading the way. For honest, friendly service, give Bill a call for all of your real estate needs.

Bill Stobbe, Broker of Record

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