Vancouver, BC – Paul Eviston, a Vancouver realtor, has just set a new record for the most homes sold in one year. This is an amazing accomplishment and it is due to his team, hard work and dedication to his clients. Paul has been selling real estate in Vancouver for over 33 years and he knows what it takes to get the job done. This record “humbles our team”, says Paul “we help many families in Vancouver buy and sell homes on a monthly basis”.
Vancouver realtors work in Vancouver because it is a beautiful, metropolitan city with a diverse population. Vancouver realtors have the opportunity to help people find their dream homes in its unique and vibrant neighbourhoods. In addition, the Vancouver real estate market is strong and stable, providing Vancouver realtors with job security. Vancouver realtors love working in Vancouver because it is a great place to live, work, and play.
Paul Eviston has had a network for over 30 years in Vancouver. “I’m proud of how many we’ve helped, as the realtor scene can be unethical – and we strive to improve that”, says Paul. If you are thinking of selling your home in Vancouver, Paul’s team has the knowledge. He and his team help potential home owners through his custom process and get the best possible price for a home. With Paul Eviston on their side, many clients have felt relieved. His reviews are many, by placing a simple Google search for Paul Eviston – Vancouver Realtor, you’ll see his happy clients giving their positive feedback.
“Our marketing efforts paid off” says Paul, “we’re super happy we’ve been labelled as the best Vancouver realtor in BC”. The Vancouver realtor market is competitive, and “it is an honour to be the top-selling realtor in Vancouver”, he stated. Paul’s team works with RE/MAX Select Properties, which has many agents – making it one of the largest real estate companies in Canada. Curious about working with Paul and his team? His contact info is below.
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