As Vice President at RE/MAX Commercial Advantage, Steve Da Cruz brings extensive expertise in multiple asset classes, having worked across BC with numerous investors, developers, tenants and Landlords. Steve also serves on the board of the Western Canadian Chapter of the Certified Commercial Investment Members (CCIM) and also holds the CCIM designation which is the highest globally recognized designation in the Commercial Real Estate Industry. Tiffany Easton is currently an Associate Commercial Realtor at RE/MAX Commercial Advantage. She specializes in Tenant Representation and is a graduate of the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business’ Real Estate Licensing Program. Her extensive experience as an entrepreneur in Vancouver helps her understand the needs of small business. Tina Wang is a prolific commercial realtor with extensive business experiece. She seeks to uncover value in retail and mixed-use properties in the lower mainland and her attention to detail sets her apart in a sea of information and data overload. 

Together we deliver premium outcomes for our clients by implementing high-level strategies and assisting with major investment decisions to cultivate growth while always being keenly aware of exit strategies. In this new world of volatility, calm and confidence can only be achieved with experience and proven expertise.

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