Joe Evanoff: From Golf Pro to Real Estate Agent

Century 21 Rockies Realty is also home to well-known realtors and owners, Ken Becker and Scott Sauermann.

Joe Evanoff.

Joe Evanoff, new realtor at Century 21 Rockies Realty in Radium Hot Springs. — Photo: Joe Evanoff

Well-known Columbia Valley resident Joe Evanoff, who was the longtime golf pro at The Springs and Radium Resort golf courses in Radium Hot Springs, has recently joined Century 21 Rockies Realty in Radium.  Joe obtained his BC Real Estate license in October 2016.

The Columbia Valley/Radium Hot Springs market saw a busy 2016, with an uptick in interest in primary residents, second homes and vacation properties. Century 21 Rockies Realty bills itself as "The Extra Mile Team" and now they have Joe Evanoff as another member on the team.  The company is the first realty office in the Columbia Valley to offer Air Mile rewards to customers.

"My background in providing strong customer service and building relationships are key to being successful as a real estate professional. It is my goal to exceed clients' expectations and to work hard to deliver the best in service and market knowledge," said Joe Evanoff, in an interview with Columbia Valley Pioneer newspaper.

Joe added, "Technology is playing a larger role in the business and we are striving to be on the forefront to provide our clients with every advantage possible. One example is our recent purchase of a Matterport camera. It provides 3D mapping of properties allowing clients to view properties in an immersive 3 dimensional environment from their computer, tablet or smart phone. We feel this technology will provide sellers with a stronger presentation of their properties and allow buyers to easily and accurately view properties no matter where they are."

Century 21 Rockies Realty is also home to well-known realtors and owners, Ken Becker and Scott Sauermann.

Joe Evanoff can be contacted via phone at 250-341-7045

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