Rhonda Johnson

103- 2nd Street West
Box 1714
Brooks, AB T1R 1C5
Phone: (403) 362-0123 Mobile: (403) 501-9472 Fax: (403) 362-8543 Email Rhonda

Brooks & County of Newell Real Estate

Thanks for visiting my website! Here you will find a wide variety of useful information and resources designed to help you buy or sell a home more effectively in Brooks. From information on Brooks, to advice about finding a mortgage or preparing your home to sell, it's all available here on my web site.

You can also search for your ideal home in Brooks by viewing current listings with detailed descriptions and photos. Or you can get help determining the value of your home by requesting a report that includes the prices of similar homes that recently sold or are currently for sale in Brooks.

As a professional real estate advisor, your satisfaction is my #1 priority! With over 16 years in the business I have the experience to assist you in any and all of your real estate needs. Whether it's finding your dream home or maximizing the return on selling your current home, I am here to guide you.

It's a great time to buy Real Estate in Brooks, Alberta. Whether you're buying or selling in Brooks or Newell County, feel free to contact me, the right Agent for today's market!

 

Sincerly,

 

Rhonda Johnson

Re/Max Top Producing Realtor

Re/Max Main Street Realty


Welcome to Alberta


Capital: Edmonton

Motto: (Strong and Free) Fortis et Liber

Flower: Wild Rose

Population, 1998: 2,913,350

 

The Land

 

Roughly half of the southwestern section of the province is dominated by mountains and foothills - striking reminders of the glaciers that, over millions of years, formed, moved and receded in the area. Peaks of the Rocky Mountains located in Alberta range from 2 130 to 3 747 metres in elevation.

 

Over one-half of the province of Alberta, or approximately 350 000 km2, is covered by forests. Of the total forest area, 216 000 km2 are classified as commercially productive forest land and contain both hardwood and softwood species.

 

Attractions

 

The Edmonton Alberta Capital Region features more than 40 attractions of interest, including galleries, museums, zoos, and historical sites. These attractions, including West Edmonton Mall, Odyssium (formerly the Edmonton Space & Science Centre), Fort Edmonton Park and the Alberta Legislature Building, offer enjoyment and entertainment value for all.

 

Economy

 

Alberta has one of the world's most productive agricultural economies, producing about 25 percent of the value of Canada's annual output. Approximately 22 million hectares of cultivated and uncultivated land are used as pasture and forage for livestock. While wheat remains the primary crop, the production of new crops continues to expand as the industry diversifies. The province maintains the largest livestock population in Canada.

 

Long known as Canada's "energy province," Alberta has more than 65 percent of the country's reserves of conventional crude oil, over 80 percent of its natural gas, and all of its bitumen and oil-sands reserves.

 

 

*Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, Copyright (c) 2003