NorthEast BC Realty
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Ron has been involved within the real estate industry in north east British Columbia for over 33 years.
Ron focuses his resources and time to the commercial real estate industry.
He created the offices of Northeast BC Realty to be the only brokerage in the area to focus on commercial real estate.
Over the years, Ron himself has acquired in-depth knowledge of the area and applies it to his day-to-day business. From sales and leasing to development and investing,
Ron has assisted in a wide variety of commercial transactions over the years - from sales and leasing in
retail, commercial, industrial, institutional plus sales of businesses and development/investment properties.
Ron has been a long standing member of the Canadian Commercial Network a network of Canadian Real Estate Association representing more than
6,800 commercial real estate specialists from across Canada. Ron is also a member of the BC Northern Real Estate Board and BC Northern Commercial Council.
Ron has Chaired the BC Northern Commercial Council since 2013 and
is strong proponent and advocate for specialized commercial real estate practices.
The BC Northern Real Estate Board (BCNREB) is non-profit organization comprised of a membership of REALTORS® in Northern BC.
BCNREB covers a large area from Queen Charlette Islands to the Alberta border and 70 Mile House to the Yukon border, excluding Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, and Tumbler Ridge.
Ron was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta and spent a few years in the 80's in Tofino, BC before moving to Fort St John. During his early years in FSJ, he was introduced
to bee-keeping but found his true career in real estate. During the summer months , you can find Ron after hours behind a lawnmower or with his hands in dirt planting flowers and creating a mini oasis at the offices of NorthEast BC Realty.
Theresa Mucci-Rodgers, AScT ASTTBC
Here's a little insight about NEBC and myself...NorthEast BC Realty Ltd. (NEBC) is an independently owned and operated full service real estate office specializing in commercial real estate. My husband Ron and I opened NEBC the summer of 2010 - Celebrating 10 years July 27 2020. We are located kitty corner from the Fort St John post office.
As for me, being part owner in a real estate brokerage, I find myself wearing several hats; owner, administrative manager, marketing/research adviser, consultant and general go-to person. But after hours, the golf clubs are ready to go.
What got me here? I was born and raised in Fort St John. After graduating I spent the 80’s working in advertising & marketing. In the 90’s I moved to Alberta and was a Realtor with the Edmonton Real Estate Board before moving back to BC at the turn of the millennium. I went back to school and graduated from the Okanagan University College with my Civil Engineering diploma. My training covered a wide spectrum from construction law, wood/concrete/steel design and construction, survey, soil testing and more. I continue to maintain my status as a Civil Engineering Technologist (AScT) with the Applied Science Technologist & Technicians of BC (ASTT).
My background compliments the services we provide our clients at NEBC.
Why not stop by and see how we can assist you in your next commercial real estate endevour...chat soon Theresa
Note From Theresa
I was involved in the 100 Street Action Plan meetings last summer and was a strong advocate for keeping the 4 lanes, repairing the sidewalks with the same material to create some conformity, commit to developing a dedicated parking lot downtown, putting trees and benches back in park areas like the 100 Street and 100 Ave corner and working with business owners and property owners to find ways to help downtown become an attractive investment region again. I was somewhat disappointed with the outcome of the meetings seeing that council had given the planners direction to remove the 4 lane option from the table. But – and a big one at that – I spoke up and had a voice and am still hopeful that future planning will at least take into consideration some of the issues brought to light.
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