Gerry EtcheverrySales Associate, REALTOR®
Victoria Real Estate REALTOR®
British Columbia Canada
RE/MAX Camosun Sales Associate, REALTOR®
During the past 25 years, Gerry Etcheverry has established an enviable reputation for his dynamic style and friendly approach to selling and buying Real Estate for his clients. Having worked for RE/MAX Camosun for well over 24 of the 26 years of his Real Estate career, Gerry has been through some of the most difficult as well as fast paced real estate markets. Gerry knows what it takes to getting the home SOLD.
The Victoria Real Estate Board has recognized Gerry as a repeat winner of awards in MLS Volume Sales against hundreds of other Victoria’s Realtors over the years. Gerry has contributed his hard work, dedication and commitment to his family up bringing back in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. This coupled with owning and operating two grocery stores before the age of twenty four and with time served as an Officer in her Majesty the Queen’s Canadian Navy has given Gerry both the ethic background to succeed. Gerry has received recognition for competing in one of the most enduring athletic sports in the world in the World Championships Ironman race in Kona, Hawaii in October 2008. To secure a spot at the World Championships, one must be compete at another Ironman and place in the top five to seven finishing places Gerry also continues to be recognized for his commitment and dedication in helping others both in physical sports, as well as in the community.
“Since entering the Real Estate Market in 1990, I’ve grown from having a mild enjoyment of, to having an outright passion for bringing families and homes together. It sends chills down my spine every time I see a surprising smile, the look of excitement that I see when finding the right home for my clients. I love seeing the eyes of the Buyers as they find ‘just that right home’ and watching the smiles cross my Sellers face, every time I tell them their home has SOLD! Nothing brings me more professional and personal satisfaction than the endless notes, cards and letters thanking me for the “amazing job you did”. I’m afforded the privilege of being sincerely and earnestly thanked for what some would consider simply doing my job. The line between career and passion is always blurred for me and I pray that never changes.
I always try to push the limits of creativity in my marketing. I try to stay ahead of the competition with the latest creative marketing ideas and software.”
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