Freddy & Linda Marks

Harrison Hot Springs, BC
Canada
Phone1 604 491 1060

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Our Team has been involved in real estate sales, franchise development & sales management in the Canadian and European market since the beginning of the 80’s.
In addition to the unique Sutton West Coast Marketing tools the 3A Network Group , Linda Marks & Freddy Marks deliver a special European Marketing package to their clients. Both speaks English German, and some Dutch.
We have experience in several markets like Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Norway, Spain and Switzerland. Our ongoing marketing efforts in these countries and his close connection too many real estate agents in Europe, results in sales month after month.
Our extensive background and his personal contacts in the European community is giving us a unique position in the Canadian real estate industry. Freddy holds a MBA degree in Real Estate Economics from the German University of Kiel.
We sell motels, investment properties, waterfronts, resorts, ranches, and acreages throughout BC. We sells castles in Germany and properties in the remotes areas of BC.

45% of their sales are made with foreign buyers!

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