The Plintz Report | Sept 2021

The world has changed. The real estate market is changing. The real estate industry needs to change, too.

Plintz Real Estate embraces change and we can help you do the same when it comes to buying or selling a home. We study the data, acknowledge reality and put our experience to work for you.

We’ve proven this in Calgary’s tumultuous market over the past two decades, from 2008’s massive recession and 2014’s oil crash, to the ongoing turbulence of COVID-19. It’s easy to reach new heights in the good times; we’re most proud of our ability to achieve record results for our clients in the most challenging ones.

Change is inevitable. Change is good. Our team learns from it and engages with it to move forward with our clients, while making the most of their real estate options. No matter the storm outside, we have been able to maintain steady sales growth while launching a new brokerage and hiring a larger team.

We would love to put our experience to work for you through whatever may come.


Resilience in Real Estate

In 2019, I left a well-established real estate brokerage to found Plintz Real Estate because I had a vision for a different level of service. The result is a locally owned and operated brokerage with a focus on marketing and extended services that are tailored to the Calgary marketplace and to each unique client.

With nearly 20 years’ experience and over 1,000 clients served, our Plintz Real Estate team is well-equipped to assess and understand market trends and choose the most effective pathways for a variety of real estate transactions. My team and I deeply value responsiveness, creativity, and the connections made through three generations of living and building relationships in Calgary.


Building on the Past

2020 offered a lot of learning opportunities for every single one of us. We were rocked by the turbulence of a global pandemic and the resulting economic uncertainty. At Plintz Real Estate, we’re coming out of it tougher, more resilient, more aware, and ready to handle whatever else is thrown at us.

Let’s handle it together.

But it’s not nearly as important to dwell on the past or to even worry about today as it is to talk about where we are going. I’m excited about the future. I see it as a future that will build on what we’ve learned from the past, a future that’s calibrated for maximum opportunities.

It’s one thing to say it’s raining right now. It’s a whole other thing to be the person who saw that change in weather coming and got ready for it. The same can be said for real estate: It’s one thing to be able to review the stats that describe the trends that are already upon us. We understand what’s coming next and how best to take advantage of it for you.