Right now, a Sense of Place is more important than ever before. Join UDI for an insightful discussion on buyer sentiment and what is fueling Metro Vancouver’s real estate market right now in terms of buyer expectation.
As the COVID-19 health pandemic persists, and buyers and owners currently spending more time at home, this discussion will focus on the exodus from the urban centre in search of more space, the importance of making homes customizable to buyer interest, and changes current owners are making to feel more at home in their own space, with an emphasis on outdoor space.
As buyers and owners have the time and resources to put into their homes, they are working to ensure their home is a reflection upon themselves and their family and somewhere they can take great comfort. Join Cameron McNeill from MLA Canada, Paul Sangha from Paul Sangha Creative, and Bob Ransford from Century Group as these three industry leaders discuss “A Sense of Place”.
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Cameron McNeill - Executive Director and Partner, MLA Canada
Cameron McNeill is Executive Director and Partner at MLA Canada, a full service multifamily advisory, sales, and marketing organization having sold over 25,000 homes. Cameron spearheads MLA’s bold, proactive and innovative leadership team. He brings over three decades of real estate sales and marketing experience to the business and combines that with unmatched tenacity and industry insight. He is involved in the envisioning and influencing of his clients’ product and works to build strategies that build his clients’ long term brand equity.
Bob Ransford - Vice President of Development, Century Group
Bob oversees all new real estate development projects. He leads Century Group’s Development Team as it stewards projects from acquisition through entitlements, design, construction oversight, marketing and customer care. Bob has three decades of experience in the real estate development sector as a senior development executive and an urban designer, with a specialty in effective public process. Bob has played an integral role in bringing the Southlands community to Tsawwassen, one of Canada’s largest and most innovative beachfront communities based on food and farming.
Paul Sangha - Landscape Architect and Founder, Paul Sangha Creative
Paul Sangha has served as the principal of Paul Sangha Creative since its establishment in 1999. With over 30 years of experience, Paul Sangha’s reputation has been built on his pursuit of the highest quality of design, detail and service, establishing the firm as one of the West Coast’s premier design practices. Paul has an exceptional vision for uniting the landscape, built form and site, born from a rigorous and collaborative design process. The firm’s projects range from the Pacific Northwest and across the United States, to the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
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