They’ll arrange showings, set up negotiations with the seller’s agent, and even pick you up from the airport.
It’s the kind of pitch a real estate agent might make.
But no – this is the work of an unlicensed foreign agent working in B.C.
The man on the phone is cheery and confident, with the practised ease of someone accustomed to calming anxiety.
There is no need to worry, he says. Buying a home in Vancouver is simple. His company will dispatch people to the airport, then guide an inexperienced buyer through the entire process. No other company will be involved, he promises. “If you go to look at a house, our headquarters staff will take care of you,” he says.
His colleagues will come every day to arrange showings and, when a suitable home…