See a Nelson/Kootenay Lake real estate leader today!

The Nelson and Kootenay Lake area, in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia, offers an appealing and attractive lifestyle

Realtors Kevin Arcuri and Layla Precious.

Realtors Kevin Arcuri and Layla Precious. — Photo courtesy Arcuri-Precious Real Estate

The Nelson and Kootenay Lake area, in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia, offers an appealing and attractive lifestyle – a great small town vibe, a vibrant arts and entertainment scene, a tremendous variety of outdoor adventures, both summer and winter, in-town and north shore living and all the essential amenities you and your family will need. Established in 1887, Nelson is known as the “Queen City” of the Kootenays with its regal heritage, yet a decidedly modern lifestyle.

At 1,755 feet in elevation, Nelson is tucked along the Purcell Mountains on one side and is fronted by the beauty of Kootenay Lake on the other. The community has a wide variety of single family in-town homes including an exquisite selection of heritage homes, lakefront property, recreational property, condominiums and nearby rural residential properties.

If you are looking for residential, commercial or investment property opportunities in the Nelson, Kootenay Lake or Regional District of Central Kootenay area, then talk to one of these real estate leaders today:

Kevin Arcuri and Layla Precious: Coldwell Banker – Rosling Real Estate, Nelson

Kevin and Layla have been helping people to buy and sell their properties in the Nelson area for over 12 years. They are an efficient team and pride themselves on providing the highest standard of customer care. They are extremely passionate about helping people achieve their lifestyle goals.

Here's what one client, Paige Lennox, had to say about Kevin and Layla: "Kevin and Layla were a pleasure to work with and I would highly recommend them to anyone! They are down to earth, professional, interested and available. I felt that they genuinely wanted to help me find my “right home” and they did. It is a frustrating market in Nelson for the buyer right now and they were great about encouraging me to be patient...they were very supportive that way and were not pushy AT ALL which I really appreciated. I can’t say enough good things about them! They are a great team and fantastic at what they do."

Contact: Kevin Arcuri and Layla Precious, Coldwell Banker – Rosling Real Estate – Nelson. 

Kevin Arcuri
Phone 250-354-2958
Toll Free 1-855-554-2958
[email protected]

Layla Precious
Phone 250-354-3369
Toll Free 1-855-554-2958
[email protected]

Website: www.liveinthekootenays.com

Luke Mori – Fair Realty – Nelson

Luke Mori has taken Nelson and Kootenays real estate to new heights and is quickly becoming the Kootenays most sought after Luxury Real Estate Agent. Luke relentlessly pursues excellence and continually reinvents what it means to be an excellent REALTOR®.

Luke is also a leading REALTOR® in the area in the use of technology to enhance the selling process, such as aerial video tours for all his new listings. With his own dedicated, search-friendly real estate website (www.LukeMori.com) Luke promotes your home to a far wider population base of ready buyers.

Luke Mori.

Luke Mori. — Photo courtesy Luke Mori

Buying or selling, put Luke Mori's energy and technology edge to work for you!

Contact: Luke Mori – Fair Realty – Nelson. 

1-250-551-4917
[email protected]
Website: www.LukeMori.com

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