Royal LePage acquires Coast Realty offices in Parksville area and throughout Island

The broker/owner of Royal LePage Parksville-Qualicum Beach has acquired the Coast Realty Group offices in Parksville and Qualicum Beach

Royal LePage Real Estate Services has announced the acquisition of the Coast Realty Group brokerage and property management business which will operate under the Royal LePage banner, effective immediately.

Clinton Miller, broker owner of Royal LePage Parksville-Qualicum Beach Realty has acquired the Coast Realty Group offices in Parksville and Qualicum Beach. The merged brokerage will operate as Royal LePage Parksville-Qualicum Beach Realty. Combined, Royal LePage says the brokerage has the largest market share in both Parksville and Qualicum Beach, based on units sold.

Miller, as broker owner of Royal LePage Port Alberni-Pacific Rim Realty, has also acquired the Coast Realty Group offices in Port Alberni and Ucluelet.

Similar mergers are in the works up and down the Island.

“I am thrilled to welcome the more than 150 highly regarded professionals at Coast Realty (on the Island) to the Royal LePage family,” Phil Soper, president and CEO of  Royal LePage, said through a news release.                                       — NEWS Staff/Royal LePage news release

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