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Kitty Noble

Kitty Noble was introduced to real estate in 1967 by a friend, Evelyn Hines. Evelyn Hinds had started the first all-women real estate office in Calgary, and she asked Noble to join her team. Kitty Noble almost did not accept, because she had no experience in the field, but she did know something about sales. Almost immediately, before she had even received her license, Kitty sold her first house to her neighbor, with sales manager Pauline Mason brokering the deal.

Kitty Noble worked at Evelyn Hinds for five years, and then at Villa Real Estate for seven years. She moved on to P.J. Toole and Cote for eight years before joining RE/MAX Real Estate Chinook where she stayed until her retirement.

Apart from her sales career and raising her two children, Kitty Noble also taught an Offer to Purchase class at the Calgary Real Estate Board, and worked as a director for the Calgary Tourist and Convention Association. In addition, Noble is an honorary director of the Calgary Real Estate Board Charitable Foundation, and a lifetime member of the Heritage Park Society.

For more information on Kitty Noble, read the Calgary Real Estate News article The Noble Realtor in our feature article database.

References

Goheen, Krista. The Noble Realtor Calgary Real Estate News, 23(37), September 15, 2005.

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