New GM for Coast Realty Group

Barbara Lafreniere

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Barbara Lafreniere is the new general manager for Coast Realty Group.

Lafreniere, a life-long resident of western Canada, has strong executive experience in the real estate and property management business. Most recently the general manager at Arcturus Realty Corporation, she also served as GM – Real Estate Management Services, Colliers International.

Her extensive background in strategic planning, business development, and negotiation, supported by business management studies from San Jose University and Cal Poly Tech, are the foundation for a high level of professionalism and integrity that Barbara Lafreniere carries.

In its 30th anniversary year, Coast Realty Group, the largest and leading independent real estate brokerage on Vancouver Island, continues its investment in the important needs of its clients.

The appointment of Barbara Lafreniere, an individual with the same strong values that have built Coast Realty Group’s reputation, complements this strategy.

The real estate landscape continues to evolve, and Coast Realty Group advocates a high level of professionalism to build relationships of trust. In each of its 15 Island area locations, Coast Realty Group is committed to its slogan, ‘People. Above all.’

 

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