Wynnette Lowes was lately elected president of the B.C. Northern True Estate Board for the 2022-2023 time period.
Lowes has been a Real estate agent for virtually 18 several years and is a representative at Century 21 Power Realty in Fort St. John. She has served on lots of board committees including the Experienced Expectations Committee.
“I am honoured to provide as BCNREB’s 54th president,” states Lowes. “Our board is the professional affiliation of additional than 395 Realtors who provide the actual estate needs of the communities from Fort Nelson in the north to 100 Mile Dwelling in the south, and from the Alberta border to Haida Gwaii. As a Real estate agent from Fort St. John, I have discovered that sector conditions can fluctuate across time and geography, primarily in the north the place we have noticed buyer, vendor and balanced marketplaces in the last handful of many years.
“Housing in the north is however, in general, pretty cost-effective when when compared to the decrease mainland,” she says. “Still, the reduced housing offer has pushed price ranges higher, even right here. Housing affordability remains a problem. BCNREB will proceed to advocate for remedies to housing provide concerns and for the defense of all consumers, the two buyers and sellers, no matter of wherever they reside.”
Lowes will take more than 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 president.
The other associates of the board are Bob Quinlan, Re/Max Core Realty, Prince George Garnet Weston, Cameron McLeod and Kristine Newell, all from Staff Powerhouse Realty, Prince George Sheila Like, Re/Max Coastline Mountains-Terrace, Terrace Christine Buemann (general public director), The Collective Mortgage loan Team, Prince George and Dean Simpson (public director) Edward Jones, Prince George.