VREB announces its board of directors for the new year

The Victoria Real Estate Board (VREB) has announced its new board of directors for 2015.

The Victoria Real Estate Board of Directors for 2015

Victoria — The Victoria Real Estate Board (VREB) has announced its new board of directors for 2015.

President Guy Crozier said he is looking forward to another productive year of service with the Board.

“The real estate industry is really exciting right now,” he said. “Technology is changing the way we market homes, view properties, make decisions and how transactions take place.

“Can you imagine 20 years ago the thought of touring a house through an online video or signing a document using your computer or mobile device? There is so much innovation in our industry and Victoria REALTORS® consistently lead the way.

“One thing remains the same though — people want to buy and sell real estate more than ever, and they need qualified professionals to help with the process. The Victoria Real Estate Board REALTORS® help connect those dots.”

A fifth generation Victorian, Crozier is a genuine fan of the area.

“I love living in Victoria and I love to help people find their dream homes here. The Board supports local REALTORS® to adapt to evolving customer expectations, so this involvement allows me to take my excitement about connecting people and property to a bigger group.

“I’m both humbled and proud to be President this year, and to have such an amazing group of Directors to work with.”

The 2015 Victoria Real Estate Board of Directors is President-Elect Wendy Moreton, Secretary-Treasurer Ara Balabanian, Past-President Tim Ayres, Kyle Kerr, Mike Nugent, Marijane Smith, Tony Wick and Cheryl Woolley.


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