Welcome to 460, Dustin Layzell!

Welcome to 460, Dustin Layzell!

Here we GROW again! Please join us in welcoming Dustin Layzell to the 460 Family.

An Islander since he was 4 years old, and with strong family roots based in the real estate industry, it was easy for Dustin Layzell to choose his career path. With both parents selling and teaching for over 30 years, Dustin joined the ‘family business’ when he was 20 and has now been selling real estate for over 15 years.

Dustin quickly picked up speed early in his career, and was the 2nd youngest ever to receive the Re/Max Lifetime Achievement Award with VIREB. He’s also proud to have been named the #1 team in BC and #3 in Western Canada for 2017 with his previous brokerage. His professional, helpful approach and strong work ethic have created long-standing client relationships, resulting in a successful referral-based business for him. He is proud to be well connected within the community, and contributes annually to Children’s Miracle Network, KidSport as well as volunteering with coat drives, Secret Santa & Nanaimo Loaves & Fishes.

His love for real estate translates into helping first time buyers purchase, helping buyers find revenue generating properties as well as foreclosures. Whether this is your first home or 10th, Dustin feels it’s always important that you have all of the information up front and are provided with the facts to make an informed decision. When he’s not working, Dustin can be found spending time with his wife Jenna and their two children, Airlie & Jayce. They love hanging with friends, taking the kids to the park, boating in the summer, and quadding in the fall. He also likes to snowboard and trap shoot at the Nanaimo Fish & Game Club.

Welcome to the 460 team, Dustin! You can contact him HERE.


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