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Andrea Brown

Reviewed on April 5th, 2020

Tim Wray helped us buy in March, 2019
Neighbourhood Knowledge
5.00 /5.00
Experience
5.00 /5.00
Professionalism
5.00 /5.00
Negotiation Skills
5.00 /5.00
Property Knowledge
5.00 /5.00
Communications Skills
5.00 /5.00
Contact Expectations
4.40 /5.00
4.91
out of 5
Recent: Upper Lonsdale, North Vancouver
I was introduced to Tim Wray through a co-worker in October 2018. Part of her recommendation was how nice he is; she did not mention how thorough and professional he is. We did not begin looking for a place until October 2019, I purchased in early March, closing day was the 31st. This was my first time buying a property with a realtor. My former home was a private sale within my family. I had no experience, or really knowledge, of stratas, the laws they're governed by, or the power they ought to have in regards to keeping the property in good condition. Tim was so very helpful and knowledgeable every step of the way. He informed me about things, like depreciation reports, or the lack of any reports, so that I was better informed in deciding when, or when not to make offers. The current covid crisis made the last week or two before completion a bit challenging, but Tim came up with creative ways to make it all work smoothly. Tim's demeanour was always pleasant. I don't know how much trouble average clients are, but I do feel we looked at a lot of places! In the end the suite I bought is the best of the bunch. What I got for the money I spent is better than I'd anticipated. Tim also provided me with other helpful professional contacts. Mortgage brokers, house inspectors, plumbers, general contractors: everyone I'll need to make my suite mine. I will not hesitate to consider Tim my realtor even though I see no need for one for years to come. When I speak of my condo purchase, I will always mention Tim with respectful fondness.