REALTORS® are real estate professionals who have met the educational requirements of the Province to trade in real estate and are bound by a strict Code of Ethics, defined at both the provincial and national level. These requirements ensure that the public is well-served by an educated, professional, and ethical group. Only members of the Canadian Real Estate Association are REALTORS®.

Meet Rodney… 

As a respected business person and seasoned real estate professional, Rodney Harvey understands that the demands of the current marketplace need to be met in a fresh and innovative way. As such, he has created a personalized service platform that provides his buyers and sellers with platinum level service and integrity, including an ongoing communication program for them that keeps them abreast of market conditions and changes that affect them individually.

This continuous commitment to his clients means that they can count on him for real answers and real wisdom when they have questions and concerns. It also showcases perfectly his sincere pledge to be their Real Estate Broker for life.

For sellers, Rodney advocates and advises, executing his thorough marketing strategy through timely social and digital media to position his seller for immediate action, resulting in top dollar for their properties.

For buyers, Rodney mentors and facilitates, educating them on the complete process, as well as honing in on what property fits best with their lifestyle or business, and what neighbourhood and community meets their specific needs for both short and long term enjoyment.

Navigating each and every transaction to completion both with and for his clients, Rod provides a mountain of help and assistant before, during and after the sale. Clients appreciate his patience, low pressure sales, ability to listen and hear what they want, flexibility, attention to detail, negotiation skills and ability to accurately price and market many types of real estate.

Service Excellence Guaranteed means that every client experience surpasses expectations. That’s all because Rod knows that consumer satisfaction is of paramount importance in an industry where services, not products, are the key qualifiers of a successful transaction. And he wants his clients happy and settled for years to come, and raving about the remarkable service they received from him.

“I consider myself a sociable, extremely motivated, and fun-loving individual. Meeting new people and helping them achieve their goals is my biggest reward within real estate. I don’t consider the people I work with to be just “clients”, I strive to create a level of friendship and mutual respect from each person I do business with. I’m thrilled to have been able to help many clients find their first homes, their dream homes, and their downsizing homes, as well as assist them in growing their personal wealth through wise real estate investments. “Whatever the need or challenge, I am excited to walk with you and serve through these major life changing journeys!”

Specializing in residential, multi-residential, industrial property and industrial leasing.

Whether you’re buying or selling a home or investment property (or both), your success hinges upon the expert advice and services provided by your licensed real estate professional. You will find my website filled with tips and resources to help you quickly understand what you need to know — and how I deliver the services designed to meet your needs.

If you’re selling click here to learn more about the process and how to ensure your property sells quickly and for the highest price possible.

If you’re buying click here to discover how to find your next dream property and get it, without overpaying.

If you’re looking for professional asset services click here to learn how analysis is used to make informed investment decisions, enabling you to reduce your risks and maximize your potential.

My services don’t end when the transaction is completed. As a valued client, you’re invited to contact me anytime you have a real estate related question or need help growing and managing your portfolio. Am an active blogger, facebook user, write a monthly newsletter and sift through reams of market and regional reports to get the information you need to make the best decision. You don’t have to try to figure this stuff out on your own!

I have the reputation for putting you, the client, first. Any time you want information on these markets or are ready to buy, sell or lease a property – contact me. There’s no obligation.

I’m looking forward to learning more about your needs and goals.

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