Tap Into My Network: Access Real Estate Professionals Across North America

Tap Into My Network:  Access Real Estate Professionals Across North America

Friends don’t let friends rely on strangers for their real estate needs Nearly all Canadians will move at some point in their lifetimes. Whether moving across town or across the country, it’s important for you and your family and friends to have an agent you can trust. I am part of an exclusive network of real estate professionals that operate throughout North America and are committed to serving and providing value to clients before, during and after the transaction. My network has closed approximately $17 billion in residential sales in 2010 through working by referral.

Of Canadians who moved between 2001 and 2006, 22 per cent moved within the same municipality, 12 per cent moved to another municipality within the same province/territory, 3 per cent moved to a different province/ territory and 4 per cent moved to Canada from another country.

The advantages of working with an agent in my network:

  • Our clients are more than a transaction. We serve as trusted advisors to our clients whether they need help with real estate or are looking for a recommendation to a reputable trade or service provider in their community.
  • We are known for integrity. We are held to a higher standard, treating our clients with care and respect.
  • We work by referral. Most of our clients were referred to us by other happy clients.
  • We are all producers. We get results.

Help me to help you and your family and friends If you have a friend or family member who is moving out of town or to another region, I can refer them to a professional who offers the same values and excellent care that I do. Moving can be a stressful process; let me refer your loved ones to an agent from within my network to serve as a local expert and help ease the transition to a new area. Call me with their names and phone numbers and I will follow up with them.

Over 12 million Canadians  (41 per cent of the  population) moved  between 2001 and 2006.