New ‘horizons’ for Century 21 in Princeton

Lee Mowry of Princeton, is the proud new owner of a local real estate office.

Brenda Upton

Lee Mowry spent 10 years in retail management working for the Overwaitea Food Group. In need of a change and loving a good challenge, he took Heather Johnson of Century 21 Princeton Realty up on her offer to get into real estate.

Mowry took his Real Estate Agent training at UBC’s Sauder School of Business division, completing it in 2007 and then spent the next six years as a successful sales professional.

Recently, an opportunity came together for Mowry and after purchasing the assets from Heather Johnson, as of October 31, 2013 Lee Mowry officially announced the opening of his own brokerage, Century 21 Horizon West Realty.

Mowry is excited to be working with a group of professionals that he’s known for years and by combining their talents the team is pleased to offer full service to cater to all of their clients needs.

Mowry is joined by mortgage professional Brenda Upton of Dominion Lending Centres who has access to over 90 lending institutions, enabling her to give her clients the opportunity to have the best rates in the marketplace. Find out more at brendaupton.ca

Sales representative Marty Gray, managing broker and rental management professional, Dan Pippin and weekend administration, Tanis Oliver make up the remainder of the Century 21 Horizon West Realty team.

‘Our focus is on providing a fresh approach through advanced technology with the Century 21 system and it’s global site, with the ability to thrive in changing market conditions,” said Mowry. “We will give 100 per cent professionalism towards representing our clients.”

The team is available via office phone, cell, text, email and the old fashioned face-to-face way so they can deliver service to suit their clients needs.

Century 21 Horizon West Realty is located at 224 Bridge Street—you are welcome to stop by for a visit. The team can be reached by calling 250-295-6977 or via email: office@horizonwestrealty.ca.

You can also reach these tech savvy professionals by liking Century 21 Horizon West Realty on  Facebook, following on Twitter and Youtube or by visiting their website at www.princetonrealestate.ca.

 

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