Steve Pakozdy is an established, licenced realtor from British Columbia, Canada. He has worked for Royal Lepage Nanaimo Realty for 15 years on Vancouver Island. He has a wealth of experience in the purchase and sale of real estate. He has consistently achieved gold and platinum award staus throughout his career at Royal Lepage. His business is all about his strong, honest relationships with his clients.He discovered the idyllic community of Casa de Campo in 2017 and re-located here the same year. He had been looking for the right opportunity to move to the Caribbean and Casa de Campo was the perfect match.
Steve has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western in London, Ontario. He received his real estate licence through the University of British Columbia in 2002. He is known for his passion and his professional expertise in the real estate business . His client service standards are among the highest in the industry and he provides honest and direct guidance. Trust and integrity are vital in any business relationship, but real estate demands an even higher level of commitment in the relationship you establish with your client. Customer service and regular communication updates are an important part of the client / realtor relationship.
He brings his Canadian standards and ethics with him to all his working relationships in Casa de Campo. He can communicate in Spanish and he is aware of current market conditions. People from North America, Europe, Asia and the U.K. will find it reassuring when they work with Steve. He speaks their language and he is focused on protecting their interests and guiding them through the sometimes challenging waters of the real estate business in the Dominican Republic. He works with the best real estate lawyers in the Dominican Republic and will not hesitate to direct his clients away from any real estate purchase or sale that does not address all of their needs and ensure that their investment or funds will be secure.
He is an avid walker and hiker who logged 1500 kms per year while he was living in Canada. He is also a hospice worker who has one on one relationships with the terminally ill. He is trained in this sensitive and important field of work. He says that it has changed his life and liberated him from the treadmill of everyday life. He is an animal lover and he is the proud father of one son and one grandson.