Realty Executives open new office

Realty Executives of the Okanagan has opened a new office at 12-1182 Hwy 97 in Lake Country.

Garth Donhauser is a realtor and Darla Cooper an accredited buyer’s agent/realtor at Realty Executives in Lake Country. The grand opening is set for Sunday May 20 from 1 to 5 p.m.

There is a new real estate office in Lake Country.

Realty Executives of the Okanagan has opened a new office at 12-1182 Hwy 97, next to Tim Hortons.

There is a full meeting space and the nine Lake County real estate agents for Realty Executives will use the space as a base of operations and presentation centre.

Allan Jay, Garth Donhauser, Darla Cooper, Cam Manning, Linda Hamilton, Wylie Eden, Kevin Olsen, Aly Powers and Karen Stephens will provide clients with a space to discuss their transactions.

Lake Country resident Nadine Westgate is the new owner broker of the Realty Executives office.  She is excited about the potential in Lake Country for growth.

“There is so much diversity of what is happening in Lake Country right now,” said Westgate. “We have a team of vibrant entrepreneurs who each have great achievements and are committed to the community.”

The Realty Executives office will be the largest in Lake Country and Westgate can see the opportunity for several more agents to join the team.

To celebrate the launch, Realty Executives are hosting a grand opening the week of May 20.  There will be an open house blitz on May 20 from 1 pm to 5 pm at listings throughout Lake Country; it is the perfect opportunity to see multiple properties in a single day.

Westgate is looking forward to the future.  “We see the market as very positive in Lake Country, with increasing consumer confidence and low interest rates, now is the time to be in the market,” he said.

To contact the office, call 778-480-5558.

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