Realtor Angela Evennett with Royal LePage Wolstencroft Realty in Langley has some fun with her three sons in the yard. Being a part of the greater community family is important to Angela, along with understanding your family’s housing needs.

First-time buyers to downsizers: Meet your Realtor for life

Realtor Angela Evennett has the experience and credentials to help you find the right home

When it came time to decide where to lay down roots with her family a little over 20 years ago, Angela Evennett didn’t hesitate in choosing Langley.

While the Township and City – even Fort Langley – have grown since she arrived, it continues to be a great place for families, she says. The current global health challenges notwithstanding, in Langley there are numerous options for public and private schools and post-secondary education, easy access to Vancouver or the U.S., and plenty of community amenities close by.

Angela, one of the area’s leading Realtors with Royal LePage Wolstencroft Realty, is familiar with the need for space for growing families. As a single mom bringing up three boys in the Fraser Valley, she says, “I’ve always felt I relate well to first-time buyers, those going through life changes, empty nesters or people starting over again.”

Whether you’re seeking your “forever home,” looking to downsize or take advantage of low interest rates to invest in property locally, Angela brings much to the table.

  • Expert on seniors’ specialized real estate needs – From retirees downsizing from a larger home to adult children entrusted with probate or estate sales, real estate involving seniors’ homes takes a special set of skills. In addition to having 13 years’ experience, Angela is a certified Seniors Real Estate Specialist and understands issues of importance to elder clients and their families, from financial implications to the physical layout of a home.
  • Making a difference – Angela’s connections to community extend beyond helping families find their next home. She supports the Rick Hansen Foundation, which works to raise awareness about spinal cord injuries, fund research and improve access by partnering with communities and organizations to remove physical barriers. Angela suffered permanent damage during back surgery in 2017 and deals with constant pain. While you likely wouldn’t notice her challenges, she’s glad the Foundation helps people with “unseen injuries” like hers.
  • Keeping up on what’s newOngoing education and training is “super important” to Angela: she’s a designated Master Certified Negotiation Expert and an Accredited Real Estate Coach who teaches other Realtors the strategies and techniques that have brought her success. She’s lectured at the prestigious Inman Connect Las Vegas real estate convention, and won the Royal LePage Bridget Houghton Professional of the Year award, as chosen by her peers!

During the COVID-19 pandemic Angela is implementing extra safety precautions to protect buyers and sellers. To learn more about how Angela can help you find the right home at the right time, contact her at 604-866-5697 or by email at Visit her Facebook page for other tips and news.

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Angela Evennett takes a moment to pause for a photo with the Man in Motion, Rick Hansen. Angela is a big supporter of the Rick Hansen Foundation.

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