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Karen has lived in White Rock BC since 1965. She has a special knowledge of the area, having watched the City by the Sea grow from a cottage town for Vancouverites, into a desirable housing destination due to its sunshine and proximity to beaches, the US border, two international airports, excellent schools and safety.
She became a Realtor® in 2008 after working in various sales and office environments. Karen specializes in White Rock/South Surrey residential properties and is excited to be associated with Sotheby’s International Realty Canada in Ocean Park, and to be a part of this successful team of real estate professionals. Karen is actively involved as a member of the Board of Directors for the Semiahmoo Animal League Inc., and has volunteered for many Rotary Int’l. events with her husband. Karen was also very active within the school system while raising her two children.
With four decades of experience in quality building material sales & management and is licensed in real estate since 2004, joining Sotheby’s International Realty Canada in Vancouver/Fraser Valley was a natural step for Winston Conyers. His passion for matching quality materials to his clients’ construction projects translates perfectly into matching discerning buyers to their dream homes and property to build their dream homes.
Winston bases his business on two core values: building client trust and sharing a passionate knowledge of real estate. A versatile communicator and effective and charismatic representative, Winston understands that his clients are making a major investment of time, money and energy. He prides himself in working professionally and efficiently to make the experience enjoyable for buyers and profitable for sellers.
Winston works closely with his wife Karen, who sits on the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board, past chair of the ethics and professional standards committee, is a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist and a Certified Negotiation Expert.
We respectfully acknowledge that our homes are on the unceded traditional territory of the Stó:lō and Katzie and Kwantlen First Nations.