We’ve been a bit busy over the last year (always a good thing!), but are happy to be back and blogging on everything that is 460 Realty. A lot has happened since we last blogged, so we thought a 460 re-cap would be a fun idea.
2017 started strong last year with some new faces joining our team here at 460. If you missed their announcements on our Facebook page, you can click on their bios in the links below.
In early 2017, we welcomed Charlotte Kersting, Deborah Nicol & Carolyn Watts to our Parksville office, and Gerry Thomasen & Cory McNabb to our Nanaimo office. Shortly followed by another new face in our Parksville office, Brian Weise and two more faces in Nanaimo: Josh Wynia & Jordan Becker. 460 Realty was becoming bigger each day!
Early 2017 (January) also saw the commercial real estate company NAI Commercial Central Vancouver Island join the 460 Group of Companies. NAI Commercial Central Vancouver Island is a full service commercial real estate brokerage providing personalized service to central Vancouver Island since 1993. Their team of dedicated professionals provide clients with market knowledge and insight for the region stretching from the Cowichan Valley and Nanaimo to Campbell River and Tofino. We were so excited to bring them into the 460 Group of Companies.
In the spring, 460 opened up two NEW locations! One in Parksville offering Realty & Property Management services, and one in Port Hardy offering Realty services. It was a very exciting time for all our agents, expanding north and showcasing more of the 460kms we represent on Vancouver Island (which our name represents – did you know?) We then welcomed Lynne Wilson to our North Island office and Feron Walker to our Nanaimo office.
In the fall, we opened up another location in beautiful Ucluelet, and welcomed new agents Mieke Dusseldorp and Sandy Rantz to the team. We are growing and excited to be representing so many amazing communities now on Vancouver Island.
2017 rounded out with a fundraiser put on by our 460 Group of Companies for two charities in Nanaimo: The Great Nanaimo Toy Drive and Vancouver Island Crisis Society. Together with members of the public, 460 was able to donate $1,321 to the Crisis Society and over 200 new toys. Exciting! We look forward to doing the event again this December and increasing our donation totals.
Stay tuned for more blog posts…coming soon! Thanks for reading.