Daniel Card, a Realtor with Royal LePage West R.E.S., is fiercely loyal to his clients, whether they’re looking to buy a home for the first time or putting their house up for sale.
Card says being a successful real estate agent is all about building relationships and communicating with clients.
“When I’m working with a client I’m in pretty much constant communication with them, letting them know what’s going on, keeping them updated,” Card says. “I’m always available.”
That attitude is also reflected in his approach to community involvement. When Card isn’t putting houses on the market or closing a real estate deal, he is volunteering for a worthy cause.
Card is on the board of directors for the PLAY (Professional Live Arts for Youth) Society. He is also a sponsor of the Coquitlam Express and supports the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.
Card, who grew up in Coquitlam, was Macdonald Realty’s 2015 Rookie of the Year before switching to Royal LePage West R.E.S. in 2016. He is also a certified negotiation expert.
Card sees himself primarily as a consultant, guiding his clients through the Lower Mainland real estate market with as little stress as possible.
As a consultant, Card doesn’t limit his conversations with clients to real estate. Buying or selling a home can be very taxing, and he is available to discuss anything that might worry a client during the process.
Whether he’s writing offers late into the night or taking potential buyers to see houses on a holiday, Card makes his clients’ goals his priority.
“I do whatever I have to do to make my client happy and get the job done for them in a way that leaves them satisfied,” Card says.