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Royal Pacific Realty Corp grows to number one in Vancouver

Royal Pacific Realty Corp grows to number one in Vancouver

Wednesday, January 25, 2012, VANCOUVER, BC – Year after year Vancouver continues to win awards for its livability and high quality of life, and now when newcomers and residents decide to buy and sell property, their first choice for a real estate company is Royal Pacific Realty Corp.

Royal Pacific has ranked the number one real estate company in both Vancouver’s Westside and Eastside in three areas: the number of salespeople, total dollar volume and the number of units sold, according to data from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver.

“Royal Pacific is the quintessential Vancouver real estate success story,” says Andrew Peck, Vice-President and General Manager. “We began in 1995 when three smaller real estate companies merged. Since then we’ve grown into an industry-leading, full service real estate brokerage with more than 1,000 licensed REALTORS® in three offices.” A fourth office will soon open in Coquitlam.

Many of Vancouver’s top-producing REALTORS® are at Royal Pacific’s offices. “We’ve carefully selected a diverse, knowledgeable, multi-lingual team that includes dedicated, talented experts in every facet of real estate who work diligently to serve our clients and guide them through the often complex process of buying, selling and leasing property.”

Under the leadership of a management team including president David Choi, senior vice-president Sing Yeo, vice-president and general manager Andrew Peck, and vice-president development, Ed Fung, Royal Pacific has grown into a well-respected powerhouse brokerage which has achieved an impressive record.

Royal Pacific Realty Group is also well-known for its dedication to improving the quality of life in our communities. The company donates significant time and funds to charitable causes. In the last decade Sing Yeo, Senior Vice-President has quietly led the way to raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for a variety of organizations and had received numerous awards for his volunteer work.

The company provides a comprehensive portfolio of real estate services to meet the needs of property buyers and sellers, including residential, commercial sales and leasing, property management, relocation, investment and new development consulting.

For more information, contact:
Andrew Peck, Vice-President and General Manager
Royal Pacific Realty Corp
604.266.8989; apeck@royalpacific.com

Company rankings as at December 31st, 2011

Westside

Company

# of Salespeople

Dollar Volume YTD

Units YTD

Royal Pacific Realty Corp

486

1,373,129,876

1137.5

Re/Max Select Properties

115

942,199,559

790.5

Sutton Westcoast (Broadway)

285

713,039,995

1070.0

Re/Max Crest (3 offices)

186

677,876,277

940.0

McDonald Realty

188

554,396,274

531.00

Eastside

Company

# of Salespeople

Dollar Volume YTD

Units YTD

Royal Pacific Realty Corp

252

725,038,633

758.0

Sutton Westcoast (49th)

184

441,041,942

579.5

Multiple Realty

166

229.976.769

297.0

Amex Fraseridge

179

140,999,667

199.0

Re/Max City

35

94,563,232

143.5

Source: Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver

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