“I want to introduce you to David Smith, a realtor for Royal LePage in Canada… David not only has one of the most interesting and genuinely most fascinating personal stories I’ve heard, but is also doing some of the best work I’ve seen in a long time from a realtor…”

– Matthew Shadbolt, New York Times/Inman News.

Inman Feature – The Braveheart approach: risking it all in business

Advocate for others, they’ll advocate for you

For David Smith, real estate is simple — “[It’s] people over property,” he said to the crowd of eager listeners at Inman Connect.

Smith transitioned to real estate this year after being a pastor, something people close to him were surprised about because real estate agents tend to get a bad rap for being “predatory and flashy” — two words that seem to be the exact opposite of what Smith is all about.

He reassured doubters with this one statement: “I knew if I was going to build my business, I was going to build it my way.”

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Fraser Valley Real Estate Board Feature – Three diverse Realtors explain what it takes to be a great professional

[David] received a kudo from a peer who declared he was great to work with and said he was “…fair to everyone in the multiple offer situation. Top notch agent!”” – Fraser Valley Real Estate Board.

I’ve been genuinely shocked by some of the incredible honours and opportunities I’ve received this year, but this one is particularly special as it comes from a fellow Real Estate Professional, who contacted the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board to give me ‘kudos’. There are some amazing agents in this industry, and to be singled out is a real encouragement.

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Voted Top REALTOR® in Langley Times Readers Choice Awards!

Here’s a truly lovely article from my brokerage, Royal LePage Wolstencroft, about some of the recent opportunities that have come my way. I’m privileged to be voted one of Langley’s Favourite REALTORS® and grateful for everyone’s kind support. I simply couldn’t do any of this without you wonderful people! Thanks!

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