Our relationship with you is our most valuable asset.
That’s why we believe that every successful portfolio starts with a great working relationship. In fact, that’s the principle our company was founded on: our desire to work directly with property owners in a way that makes a difference to their success. To develop honest, long-term relationships with our clients. To build a company culture that is caring, authentic, and accountable.
Because behind every piece of real estate is a person and a story – about risks taken and businesses built, corporate visions and family legacies, hopes for the future and histories of the past. At Transpacific Realty Advisors, we want to get to know your story – because the better we know you, the stronger the partnership we can build.
Our business is about properties, but more than that, it’s about the people who own and occupy those properties. That’s why it’s so important to us to manage each one like it’s our own. People trust us to look after their wealth, their legacies, the places they live and work – so we do everything we can to make sure we keep that trust.Rod Fram, President
Our business is about properties, but more than that,
it’s about the people who own and occupy those properties.
Caring in Action
At Transpacific Realty Advisors, we know that a caring culture has the most influence if it extends out into the world, so we give each of our employees paid time off to volunteer for any registered charity they are associated with.
We also donate to some good causes as a company, among them: A Rocha, International Justice Mission Canada (IJM), Ratanak International, Monarch Place Transition House, and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). To find out more about the good work these organizations do, please visit their websites below.
A Rocha is an international, conservation-based organization. In addition to donating, we participate in their Community Shared Agriculture program. During the growing season our office receives boxes of fresh produce from their organic farm in Surrey, BC.
The International Justice Mission’s team of lawyers, investigators, social workers, and others works to protect poor people in the developing world against violent crimes such as human trafficking, slavery, and police brutality.
Ratanak International is a Vancouver-based organization that combats exploitation and human trafficking in Cambodia.
The Monarch Place Transition House offers shelter and support for women and children fleeing domestic violence. It is operated by WINGS (Women in Need Gaining Strength), a non-profit organization serving women throughout Metro Vancouver.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) works to stop impaired driving and to support victims who have been injured, or who have lost loved ones, due to an impaired driver.