White Rock real-estate team recognized

A White Rock real-estate team has been recognized as among Canada’s Top-100 performers

A White Rock real-estate team has been recognized as among Canada’s Top-100 performers.

According to a news release, RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty has been included in Real Estate Professional (REP) magazine’s Top Teams list, which recognizes real-estate teams that “have established themselves as forces to be reckoned with.”

The Top Teams list was compiled from sales data. The majority of successful teams are located in B.C. and Ontario where high demands and prices have led to massive sales totals, the release notes.

“When people hear real estate, they think of individual agents that chase down leads, sitting down with clients and organizing open houses,” said REP journalist Clay Jarvis. “But the overall strength, growth and appeal of a brokerage depend on how well its team performs and keeps the company well-managed.”

Other Top-100 Lower Mainland teams are based in cities including Langley, Surrey, Maple Ridge, Delta, Richmond and Vancouver.

To view the list, visit www.repmag.ca/rankings/REP-top-teams-2016

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