2 White Rock Realtors ® receive praise as “Top 20 Real Estate Professionals In Canada” – Yahoo Finance

Local homeowners are in very good hands.

Local real estate agents Carolyn Glazier and Sidra Subzwari have been featured on Yahoo Finance’s prestigious “Top 20 Up & Coming Real Estate Professionals in Canada.”

Carolyn Glazier and Sidra Subzwari, based in Crescent Beach and White Rock respectively, represent a boutique award-winning real estate firm on the Peninsula. Specializing in helping locals navigate the residential market, Sidra and Carolyn have earned reputations for excellency in client satisfaction. Below is an excerpt from Yahoo Finance’s article explaining more:

“The real estate industry has experienced a multitude of changes throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. One theme that has held true throughout all the professionals in the industry is that their commitment to helping people achieve their goals is unwavering, and not even the shifts in the industry will stop them….”

Specializing in luxurious properties and upscale real estate experiences, the two agents share an unwavering commitment to their clients!

Specializing in luxurious properties and upscale real estate experiences, the two agents share an unwavering commitment to their clients!

Carolyn Glazier:

Carolyn Glazier, co-founder of Capulet Properties at Angel Hasman & Associates, has lived and worked in her community for over 30 years. Carolyn specializes in listings that range from the sandy beaches of White Rock to the rolling hills of South Langley. She represents buyers and sellers in the ultra-luxury market, and delivers a tailored concierge model accordingly. Through creative marketing campaigns and innovative technology, Capulet Properties’ luxury listings have established a global appeal – and become known to draw millions of views online.

Regardless of property size or type, Carolyn’s focus never shifts from the utmost comfort and privacy of her clients. She is a steadfast advocate for her buyers, and addresses their needs with her expertise, compassion and open communication. With an extensive background in business and real estate sales, as well as years of community connections, she is able to offer valuable insights to her clients. Service never ends with a final transaction; Carolyn strives to maintain ongoing communication with everyone she works with, and is grateful for the relationships that she has formed.

Known for these attributes, Carolyn has earned an outstanding reputation throughout White Rock, South Surrey, and South Langley. Her relationships with top-performing agents provide her with a vast network of colleagues, and the near-entirety of her volume comes from either referrals or repeat clients. These strong connections, alongside her warm accessibility and tireless service, certainly don’t go unnoticed. As one client explains, “[before] hiring her we asked a variety of business and personal associates who they would recommend and specifically Carolyn’s name was always at the top of people’s lists.”

Carolyn has an exciting plan for the future of Capulet Properties; her daughter, Sabrina, has recently joined her team, and will be working alongside her in the next phase of their brand. The two women will be continuing to form community connections and prioritize memorable clientele experiences as they work together to grow their family business.

Their commitment to their clients sees them going one step further and bringing their personal touch to every interaction.

Their commitment to their clients sees them going one step further and bringing their personal touch to every interaction.

Sidra Subzwari:

Sidra Subzwari is an industry leader in Vancouver, BC and surrounding areas, specializing in the waterfront community of White Rock, BC. Sidra exemplifies unwavering dedication to her clients as a trusted expert of high-end residential real estate. Her extraordinary level of service and professionalism, combined with her meticulous attention to detail, ensures client transactions progress seamlessly from start to finish.

Sidra has been involved with over $150 million dollars in Real Estate transactions, which led her to become a top luxury agent in White Rock. She is an Award Winning agent at Angell Hasman & Associates, ‘Great Vancouver’s Premier Real Estate Agency.’

In 2020, the COVID-19 Pandemic has created a unique market with select challenges. However, in our conversations with Sidra, she felt that the local market was strong as a result of the low interest rates in Canada, ultimately leading to more movement in the detached single family category. As the restrictions fade in the coming year(s), she expects further activity from international buyers, including Hong Kong, the USA, & more.

When asked what her most challenging obstacle was when growing her business, Sidra shared that she had a tough time delegating tasks to team members initially as she was accustomed to doing them herself. Looking back, this has helped her scale her business and was the right move. “Team work makes the dream work,” notes Sidra.

Learn more about Sidra Subzwari and her future endeavours – including her new revolutionary project marketing division.

To learn more visit www.capuletproperties.com or call Carolyn at 604.626.8169 and email her at carolyn@capuletproperties.com or visit www.soldbysid.com or call Sidra at 604.356.0077 and email her at sid@soldbysid.com

Carolyn Glazier and Sidra Subzwari have been featured on Yahoo Finance’s prestigious “Top 20 Up & Coming Real Estate Professionals in Canada.”

Carolyn Glazier and Sidra Subzwari have been featured on Yahoo Finance’s prestigious “Top 20 Up & Coming Real Estate Professionals in Canada.”

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