Greg Rowland is a Victoria Gay Realtor who offers superb service to his clients in the trading area of Southern Vancouver Island and the Southern Gulf Islands for over 20 years, and has acted as Managing Broker for two other area Real Estate companies.
Specializing in the marketing of properties for Sellers and representing Buyers in the Greater Victoria area and the Gulf Islands, it’s also been Greg’s pleasure to assist various levels of Government in park land acquisition for Gulf Islands National Park, and Regional Parks.
With over $75M worth of sales to date, Greg has the wealth of experience, strong negotiating skills, local knowledge, expertise, and contacts to bring success to your real estate needs. Greg has a personal database of almost 4000 contacts.
Multi-award winner, Greg has been in the top percentage of Realtors of two Real Estate Boards, the only Island Realtor to repeatedly win the Medallion Club Award (top 10% all Realtors) while a member of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, and is a consistent award winner with the Victoria Real Estate Board (Gold-2009).
Greg’s career has brought him personal contacts within various levels and individuals of the BC Assessment Authority, Land Titles Office, Capital Regional District, Islands Trust, Public Works and Government Services Canada, and TLC The Land Conservancy of British Columbia.
On a community level, Greg is a Past President of the Pender Island Chamber of Commerce, and has held positions on various non-profit society Boards, and has donated generously to local Arts and Community Services.
Victoria is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, which is the largest of British Columbia’s 6,500 islands. It is a community of choice for its temperate climate, natural beauty, recreational sites and superior economic opportunities. For almost every citizen, native born or “immigrant,” the decision to live here is consciously made.
According to the 2001 census, about 325,000 people make their home in the Greater Victoria area. The population has increased from 148,000 in 1961 and is expected to approach 400,000 by the year 2020.
Greater Victoria has attracted people from all over Canada, the United States and other countries. Many of those moving here add to the high level of artistic, technical and professional skills as well as to the entrepreneurial activity. While the region is a popular retirement centre, each year many younger people also move here, bringing education, energy, skills and funds to invest in local business.