Wynnette Lowes elected president of B.C. Northern Actual Property Board

Wynnette Lowes was lately elected president of the B.C. Northern Actual Property Board for the 2022-2023 time period.

Lowes has been a Realtor for nearly 18 years and is a consultant at Century 21 Power Realty in Fort St. John. She has served on many board committees together with the Skilled Requirements Committee.

“I’m honoured to function BCNREB’s 54th president,” says Lowes. “Our board is the skilled affiliation of greater than 395 Realtors who serve the actual property wants of the communities from Fort Nelson within the north to 100 Mile Home within the south, and from the Alberta border to Haida Gwaii. As a Realtor from Fort St. John, I’ve discovered that market circumstances can differ throughout time and geography, particularly within the north the place we’ve got seen purchaser, vendor and balanced markets in the previous couple of years.

“Housing within the north remains to be, general, very reasonably priced when in comparison with the decrease mainland,” she says. “Nonetheless, the low housing provide has pushed costs increased, even right here. Housing affordability stays a priority. BCNREB will proceed to advocate for options to housing provide points and for the safety of all shoppers, each patrons and sellers, no matter the place they reside.”

Lowes takes over the presidency from now previous president Sandra Hinchliffe, of Re/Max Bulkley Valley, Smithers. Breanne Cote of  Royal LePage Aspire Realty, Prince George was elected vice chairman.

The opposite members of the board are Bob Quinlan, Re/Max Core Realty, Prince George; Garnet Weston, Cameron McLeod and Kristine Newell, all from Crew Powerhouse Realty, Prince George; Sheila Love, Re/Max Coast Mountains-Terrace, Terrace; Christine Buemann (public director), The Collective Mortgage Group, Prince George; and Dean Simpson (public director) Edward Jones, Prince George.

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