Glen Hopkins - REALTOR

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101-15735 Croydon Dr, Surrey, British Columbia, V3S 2L5, Canada
(604) 612-5164 glenhopkins.com
Glen Hopkins is an award-winning local REALTOR who helps people buy and sell real estate in South Surrey, White Rock, and surrounding areas.
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Apr 10, 2018
I assisted one of Glen's clients recently with their financing. Glen was very professional to work with throughout the process. He was always available when I reached out which is so important when dealing with subject removal. I would highly recommend Glen. He worked with integrity and professionalism and was very approachable and down to earth. A great combination in his profession as a realtor.

Mar 25, 2018
Glen is an amazing realtor. He is extremely professional in his communication, presentation, approach, and realtionship. He is an expert marketer and will generate great interest in your home. His skills create an overall easy successful home selling experience. He goes above and beyond in serving you. I highly recommend Glen to anyone ready to engage a realtor to sell their home!

Apr 29, 2018
Glen is amazing. He found us the exact house we wanted when we weren't even sure and helped us keep everything flowing smoothly throughout the whole process!

Apr 10, 2018
Glen is very attentive to detail, is customer focused & service driven! He has an inate ability to take the stress & complexities out of real estate transaction(s) relieving both the anxieties & frustrations that can occur.

Feb 2, 2018
Glen was always available to answer questions and work with us . We were on a very demanding time line and Glen never gave up . We thought we knew exactly what we were looking for until Glen showed us so many different options. Professional and pleasant I would not hesitate to recommend Glen to anyone who is looking to sell or buy a home. I just wish we found him sooner!

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