Addressing You in Real Estate: The Erik Carlson Approach

Realtor® Erik Carlson knows Vancouver. And in a Real Estate market as faced-paced as Vancouver’s, knowledge is king.

“Home buyers and sellers are faced with a lot of choices these days,” says Erik. “But the first choice to make should be hiring the right Realtor®, one who will wrap transactional success around a positive client experience. It’s not just about an address—it’s about being heard, being respected and being addressed.”

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Erik prides himself on his comprehensive, uber-organized approach to helping his clients buy and sell homes. He knows how overwhelming the world of real estate can seem, particularly to those purchasing a home in Vancouver for the first time.

“Your home is likely the most significant asset you’ll purchase or sell,” says Erik. “The stakes are high. And there’s a lot to consider.”

Your Realtor® certainly plays a big role, he points out, but you, as buyer or seller, should remain at the centre of every transaction.

“My job is to distil the information into easily digestible chunks for my clients and to ensure that their needs are continuously being met,” he says. “As your Realtor®, I’m here to guide, advise and help—in ways that Google can’t.”  

“Search engines are great for finding certain types of information,” Erik adds, “but the market, in many ways, is conceptual, and it takes a professional Realtor® to look at the variety of data, properties, features, and factors, and to interpret and communicate how it all impacts your specific situation and satisfies your specific wants and needs.”

With a rating of 4.8 out of 5 on, the Yelp for Realtors®, Erik’s passion for world-class customer service hasn’t gone unnoticed.

“I personally handle every aspect of the transaction,” he says. “I want my clients to know that I’m there for them every step of the way.”

For more information about Erik Carlson, call 604-719-1501, or email You can also visit Erik online at or connect with him on Twitter and Facebook.

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