Coast Realty Group appoints new Alberni branch manager

Coast Realty Group has appointed Chris Arcus as branch manager for the Coast Realty Group Port Alberni and Ucluelet branch offices.

Coast Realty Group has appointed Chris Arcus as branch manager for the Coast Realty Group Port Alberni and Ucluelet branch offices as of Jan. 1.

Arcus has been working with Coast Realty Group for a number of years. His previous experience with management and marketing started in the food and beverage industry and continues in the real estate business.

Arcus has been recognized for his sales achievements and has also participated in extra training for real estate trading services certification. He has served, as well, on many local community organizations in his spare time and enjoys recreational sports.

“Chris joins the team of Coast Realty Group managers that bring strength, experience, training, and support to our group of realtors to enhance their business model success,” says Barb Lafreniere, Coast Realty Group general manager.

The Port Alberni and Ucluelet regions foresee continued economic growth of markets for recreational properties, family acreages and retirement homes along with new subdivisions scheduled to be built.

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