Terrence Clark Personal Real Estate Corporation
Terrence Clark (PREC), Senior Real Estate Advisor
Born and raised in North Vancouver, Terrence knows the North Shore inside out. His conviction, "There are no moral shortcuts in the game of business or life.” (Jon Huntsman, Sr.) is the foundation of his serving clients with unreserved integrity. Licensed in real estate trading for over 10 years, Terrence is known for giving unbiased advice to the benefit of his clients, and going beyond the call of duty. His degree in Information Technology has given him the analytical ability to acutely analyze market trend, property evaluation as well as pricing strategies. As a landlord himself, Terrence is equally proficient in matters concerning the Residential Tenancy Act. His sound advice for buyers and sellers alike is backed by trusted data. See what more Terrence offers:
- In-depth knowledge of, and experience in, Project Management and Construction Quality Control
- Comprehensive understanding of regulations affecting the real estate market
- In-depth knowledge of:
- Building engineering reports
- Strata regulations and operations
- Home construction and some building code
- Legal suite regulations
- Oil-tank removal and contamination remediation
For sound advice, substantiated by exclusive insight in market analysis and objective property valuation, Terrence is your go-to professional.
A Special Tribute
Craig Clark, Founder of CLARK FAMILY REALTORS®
Craig, the late founder of CLARK FAMILY REALTORS®, built the business more than 40 years ago in North Vancouver. From managing preliminary subdivisions, to selling churches and marinas, Craig helped clients achieve remarkable results. He would go out of his way to build trust and provide exceptional service, because he genuinely cared that his clients were well taken care of.
We lost Craig and his calming presence in July, 2017. Over four decades Craig had left an indelible mark not only in his own family, he left a legacy of client-first business tradition, which is now being carried on, literally from generation to generation.