Online real estate platform now more accessible to Western Canadians

A full-service online real estate marketplace has just announced the launch of its newest office in Vancouver, representing its very first expansion in Canada.

“Casalova, which has been operating in Toronto since November of 2014, sees great potential and demand for a new approach to traditional real-estate in the Vancouver market,” the company announced in a news release.
 
The platform is designed to help buyers find new houses or tenancies from the comfort of their own homes. Casalova’s front-to-end architecture incorporates the entire purchase process from property searches and schedule viewings to payment processing.
 
“The issues faced by clients looking to rent or buy a home are not confined to the Toronto market,” Casalova CEO and co-founder Ray Jaff said.

“The Vancouver market shows strong signs of growth and we’ve been getting more and more requests to expand out west. Our system has proven to be successful in Toronto and we’re excited to finally offer it to the people of Vancouver and greater British Columbia,” Jaff added.
 
As part of this expansion, Casalova has hired trilingual real estate agent, coach, and trainer Lex Sheng to lead the new Vancouver location. Previously a top agent of Zolo Realty, Sheng holds over 24 years of experience in real estate investment as well as 15 years in sales and marketing. Sheng has also closed over $400 million dollars in real estate transactions worldwide.


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