Comox Valley real estate office among top 60 in Canada

Real Estate Professional Magazine has selected RE/Max Ocean Pacific Realty as one of the top offices in Canada.

The latest edition of the Real Estate Professional Magazine has selected RE/Max Ocean Pacific Realty as one of the cover story ‘Top offices in Canada.’

Using a methodology combining productivity per agent in dollar volume and number of sales, business model and community involvement, REP identified 60 offices nationwide, from a small office of 10 to an office giant of nearly 3,000 agents.

RE/MAX Ocean Pacific Realty was singled out for its dominant market share, training, a stand-alone print supplement and “being a high profile sponsor for a variety of community events.”

Owner Dave Procter was grateful for the recognition for his team.

“2015 will mark our second year of achieving our ultimate goals of market share and community involvement. Our team is a very strong mix of experience and youth, and we are dedicated to growing and maintaining each individual’s success.”

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