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April 2022

Meet a Member

Whether you have years of experience or are new to the industry, REIBC is your key to career advancement and connection with the real estate industry. Professional members have achieved the RI designation, which provide employers and clients with instant confirmation of advanced levels of education and experience.

Peter Chow, RI
Newsletter_Images/peter_chow.jpgPeter began his career in real estate with BC Assessment in 2016, first working temporarily at the Abbotsford office before becoming an Appraiser at the Vancouver office. He is currently responsible for the assessment of residential properties, including portfolios under the Official Community Plans in Vancouver. Peter has always been interested in urban planning and regional development – his undergraduate studies were focused on geography, GIS and urban studies and he worked in the geospatial industry after completing his Bachelors at Simon Fraser University in 2014. Working as an appraiser allows him to explore the dynamics of the real estate market with respect to the growth of the Lower Mainland. He is thrilled to witness this regional growth and to be a part of it. He joined REIBC for the opportunity to be a part of a well-respected organization, further his career development and continue to expand his professional network within the real estate industry. In his spare time, Peter loves to go mountain biking and camping. He hopes to climb Mount Baker in the near future, to visit India and Nepal and to take a road trip through the Dempster Highway to the Arctic Circle.

Welcome Peter.

Member News

Eugen Klein, RI

Newsletter_Images/eugen_klein_photo.jpgEugen Klein, RI has recently become the Chair of Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia (LTSA). Eugen is Principal of Klein Group, Royal LePage Sussex, recognized as one of the top 10 national brokerage teams in Canada by Royal LePage. Eugen has over 22 years of experience in real estate investment and property management. Corporate consulting, investment acquisition, and land development are his fortes. In addition to his real estate practice, Eugen serves on a number of other for-profit and not-for-profit boards, including the Arts Club Theatre and Arts Club Foundation boards. Congratulations Eugen!

Ryan P. Malcolm, RI

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Ryan P. Malcolm, RI is excited to announce two new roles he is taking on. Firstly, he has accepted a new position as Director-Development at Emil Anderson Properties/Dilworth Homes. His license will be transferred to EAC Insight Realty (an affiliate company of the Emil Anderson Group of Companies). With over 20 years of experience across a wide spectrum of the real estate industry, Ryan is committed to providing his clients with the best possible service, knowledge and experience possible.
In addition to his new role as Director-Development, Ryan has recently been elected to the Board of Directors of the Association of Interior Realtors. He is honored to be one of the three elected to the Board and looks forward to serving the Association and its members over the next year. Congratulations Ryan!

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2022 REIBC Award Nominations

Nominations for the 2022 REIBC Awards have begun rolling in. Don’t miss the opportunity to recognize and celebrate outstanding contributions made by RI’s! Nominations are due May 19th. 

The awards being presented are the RI Medal of Excellence for Leadership, the RI Medal of Excellence for Ingenuity, the RI Medal of Excellence for an Emerging Leader and the RI Medal of Distinction. They will be presented at our Awards Gala and 60th Anniversary Celebration on October 27th, 2022. 

Please note: Only REIBC Professional members are eligible. Both REIBC members and non-members may submit nominations. REIBC Professional members may nominate themselves.

Learn more about the eligibility criteria and how to nominate someone.

2022 REIBC AGM

REIBC’s annual AGM has been set for Wednesday, June 15, 2022 at 12:00 PM. It will take place virtually, meaning that members can attend from all throughout the province. You can register on our website if you are planning to attend.

Job Postings

The REIBC site has become a hub for career opportunities in the real estate industry. Recently, the number of postings listed on the site has grown substantially, and we are happy to showcase these openings to our designated, educated, experienced and connected members. Members benefit enormously from receiving these postings in their inboxes, and some have even embarked in new opportunities as a result. Check out the postings below or go directly to our Career Opportunities page on our website; your next career move is waiting for you!

Our May Four-Part Webinar Series: Working with Reconciliation

Join us on every Thursday in May from 12 pm to 1 pm to learn from Solomon Reece (Indige Corp). He will provide a series of four Indigenous relationship building sessions to our members. These sessions will help members understand the Indigenous business environment and how to better relate to the Indigenous experience and how to work effectively in that context.

You may choose to register for the complete series or select individual sessions to register for. Registration for each session closes the day before the session at 4 p.m.

To learn more about these sessions and to register, visit the event's page.

Industry News

Looking to network with young professionals in real estate? Join the Young Urban Professionals in Real Estate (YUPRE) next Wednesday, May 4th at 6 p.m. for a networking opportunity at Brass Fish Kitchen & Tavern. 

The Young Urban Professionals in Real Estate (YUPRE) is a non-profit social networking group for professionals under the age of 45. Since 2004, YUPRE has been coordinating regular networking events for over 1,000 professionals in the real estate development and investment industries. YUPRE events have been steadily growing and currently, our events attract 150 attendees on a regular basis. In addition, YUPRE actively informs those on the distribution list of potential employment opportunities within the industry. 

Join YUPRE on May 4th at BRASS FISH KITCHEN & TAVERN @ 6:00 PM
385 Burrard St, Vancouver, BC V6C 2G8 

Webinars

Housing Affordability: Canada’s National Housing Strategy and CMHC Initiatives – April 14

Newsletter_Images/elizabeth_tang.jpgOn Thursday, April 14th, Lance Jakubec, Advisor, Outreach and Project Development, and Elizabeth Tang, Specialist, Outreach and Project Development joined us for an information packed webinar.  Elizabeth gave us an overview of four major programs that CMHC has going right now: National Housing Co-Investment Fund, Housing Co-Investment Fund, Rental Construction Financing, and the Home Buyer Incentive. These programs are working in conjunction with the goal of the national housing strategy which was to have every Canadian in a home that they wanted and couldNewsletter_Images/Lance_Jakubec_headshot_-_T16.jpg afford by 2030. Admittedly it is a lofty goal, although something that is being aspired to. Lance and Elizabeth were very open to having you contact them if you had questions or wanted to discuss the programs further. You can find a copy of the presentation here, which has their contact information at the end. 

REIBC made a donation on their behalf to Seniors Services Society of BC and we thank the Real Estate Foundation of BC for their support.

Overview of First Nation Lands & Interests On-Reserve – April 28

On April 28th REIBC hosted three speakers; Angie Derrickson, Patti Wight and Denise Unger from the First Nations Land Management Resource Centre which gave our participants a great presentation on working on reserve lands. They went through the different Acts and registry systems that are used and advised that whenever working on reserve land to ensure you know the Framework Agreement and what it entails. Every reserve will have different rules for their self-government over their reserve lands so it is imperative you know what their Framework is.

It was also noted by the participants that they would like to see a Lunch & Learn on how to go through the registry so we will work on doing that in the next while.

A donation was made to the Indian Residential School Survivors Society.

We thank REF for their support.

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REIBC Events

Working with Reconciliation: A Four-Part Series
Please note: you have the option to register for the complete series or to select individual sessions you would like to attend
Thursday, May 5, 2022 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 12, 2022 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 19, 2022 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 26, 2022 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Register Now

Members of CCIM, MIABC OR REIC have access to REIBC webinars for free.

2022 AGM
Wednesday, June 15, 2022 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Register Now

Career Postings

Property Agent - BC Housing

Property Services Agent - District of North Vancouver

Educational Consultant - UBC Sauder Real Estate Division

General Manager, Real Estate & Facility Management - City of Vancouver

Senior Real Estate Specialist - Vancouver Fraser Port Authority

Real Estate Specialist - Vancouver Fraser Port Authority

Senior Property Tax and Valuation Specialist - Vancouver Fraser Port Authority

Project Coordinator – Strategic Land Programs - Vancouver Fraser Port Authority

Property Representative 2 - ILS - BC Hydro

Manager, Real Estate Services - Metro Vancouver

Land Agent - District of Lake Country

Property Coordinator 2 - PRS - BC Hydro

Development Manager - BC Public Service

Property Coordinator 2 - BC Hydro

Contract Performance Manager - BC Public Service

Asset Manager - McDermott + Bull Canada

Manager, Planning & Asset Management - BC Hydro

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