West Vancouver has been Brock's home for decades, and Brock is a proud top-performing real estate agent of Royal LePage Sussex Realty (formerly Prudential Sussex Realty) year after year, with 2016 being no exception as we head into 2017.
He guarantees that whether you are buying or selling, you will be represented with the utmost professionalism and integrity. In this fast paced era of automation and self-service, he is committed to being a hands-on, full-time, full-service realtor without compromise.
I have been lucky to call West Vancouver home for a lifetime. It has grown and changed so much over the years. Places like Caulfeild - once a small group of waterfront homes considered "so far" away is now a busy family community of beautiful homes. The waterfront communities of Dundarave and Ambleside - always beautiful, constantly changing - but with an easy living village vibe. The resurgence of the British Properties - quiet and forgotten for a time and now re-energized as people re-discover those large lots. There are so many pockets like that in West Vancouver; little hidden gems within the city or up on the hillside overlooking the Straight of Georgia.
Home is a special word. I have four children and my home is often noisy, loud and crazy. But it is also where I am at peace. A place that I walk into at the end of every day or at the end of a family vacation and I am so happy to be there. It is safe, comfortable and it is where I am most happy. I love it when my clients have that "aha" moment with a potential home. You can see it in their eyes when they walk to the windows and gaze out at the view. They are imagining themselves there at the end of the day with that feeling of complete calm and relaxation. They are home here in West Vancouver.
I never tire of the waterfront in West Vancouver. My wife and I walk the seawall and I am always amazed at the beauty of this city. It's an easy trip over the Lions Gate bridge to get into the energy of downtown. I love it there. But my favourite trip is still the one that goes in the opposite direction, back towards home. There I can see it all from my windows - the lights, Stanley Park, the skyline of Vancouver. And it is beautiful.
I can't imagine calling anywhere else home.