To Our Clients, Colleagues, and Partners,

Edge is committed to its strong relationships in our community and during these “tough times” with the Coronavirus, we remain undeterred from delivering the highest level of professional real estate service available in our industry, while keeping Edge staff safe.

Our executive team has monitored recent developments with keen interest and a mandate for Edge to maintain strict adherence to all prescribed guidelines set forth by the government to ensure Edge clients, colleagues, partners, and staff’s health and safety. Long ago, Edge invested heavily into a robust paperless IT infrastructure that provides for uncompromised remote connectivity and tele/video conferencing capable of supporting 100% of our operations. Our only change during this crisis will be our staff’s work venue and social distancing through tele/video conferencing.

We are in this together, please stay safe and relax; because Edge has your real estate needs covered. If you have questions or require assistance with your real estate needs, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We thank you for your continued support and wish you, your company, and your families a safe and healthy journey through these challenging times.

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