Historic Change At Real Estate Franchise

 The name may have changed, but the skills,professionalism and extensive local real estate knowledge remains the same. Nanaimo’s Realty Executive Mid-Island is now known as Pemberton Holmes Nanaimo following a successful merger of the two industry leading firms. “We want all of our clients to know that while the sign says Pemberton
Holmes we’re still big parts of the business,” explained Kathy Koch,
who along with her husband Peter embraced the opportunity to join the
Pemberton Holmes family and it’s vast inventory of resources and
skills. “We’re still going to be parts of the company, just not as its owners any
longer. Peter and I have made the transition from Brokerage owners to
focusing on our own personal Real Estate Sales business. We are very
pleased to be working with a brokerage that has such a long and successful
local history serving clients on Vancouver Island.”
When it comes to experience there are few companies with better credentials than Pemberton Holmes. With roots stretching back 130 years the firm and its team of brokers, salespersons and administrative personnel have played
pivotal roles in opening up and developing Vancouver Island, an enterprise that continues with the merger with Realty Executives.
“Thank you to Kathy and Peter Koch, Claire Flewelling-Wyatt of our property management department, Karrie
Brennan of our Duncan office, Kelly McClure, Tess Brown of accounting and all of the real estate agents who have transferred from their previous office, for their support and making this new venture a reality,” explained Mike Holmes,
Pemberton Holmes’ Owner and President.
“I will be Managing Broker of this office while Karrie Brennan continues with obtaining her Managing Broker license. We also welcome Jolene Jones and
Jasmine Wells to the office administration team in Nanaimo.”
The addition of the Nanaimo office now sees Pemberton Holmes operating out of 16 offices Island-wide, which include: three in Victoria, Oak Bay, Sidney, Sooke, Westshore, Saltspring Island, Duncan, Cobble Hill, Ladysmith, Lake Cowichan, Parksville, Bowser and Denman Island.