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Jim McCaughan

Landmark Realty Corp.

Managing Broker

5/5

1 Verified Review

About Jim McCaughan

Jim McCaughan became the manager of Landmark Realty Corp. in 2000 and has been instrumental in leading our office to become one of the most successful and well respected companies in Western Canada. Jim is experienced in all aspects of the real estate industry including sales, management, recruiting and training. Jim has contributed extensively to the real estate industry serving as President of both the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board and the Chilliwack Real Estate Board. He also served six years on the Real Estate Council of BC and seven years on the Real Estate Errors & Omissions Insurance Corp. Jim was the 2012 President of the BC Real Estate Association. The combination of Jim's tremendous experience along with Landmark Realty's commitment to excellence are evident in the achievements of the team members of our company. We have created a positive and productive working environment to enable our sales associates to provide the highest level of service and results for our clients. Continuous training, coaching and mentoring ensures that Landmark REALTORS remain at the forefront of the ever changing real estate industry.

Services

Cities & Neighborhoods

AbbotsfordMissionLangley

Services Offered

Investment PropertiesMultifamily DwellingsFirst Time Home BuyersSeniors SpecializationRelocation Services

Property Specialization

Detached HomesAttached HomesTownhomesNew Housing DevelopmentsCustom HomesNew Condo DevelopmentsRecreational Property

Latest Reviews

Rajinder Dhutti Reviewed 4 years ago
5/5
Jim McCaughan is reliable and trustworthy to provide appropriate guidance and support to his agents as and when required. He has a very sincere and professional approach in all his dealings. A manager who possesses ideal work ethics and discipline. Hard working and dedicated towards the interest of his agents. Easily accessible and approachable for any real estate related matters at all times.... Read more
August, 2015
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