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“Helping you is what I do.”

About Me

David Ming has been a Realtor since 2007 and joined the rennie advisor team in 2019. His favourite thing about being a rennie advisor is forming long-term relationships with satisfied clients, and he enjoys the time he spends at rennie’s offices, because he enjoys embracing new challenges and exchanging experiences with his colleagues.

David was born in Taiwan, raised in Germany, and worked in London for 12 years before joining his parents in the Lower Mainland in 2006. He now lives in Burnaby’s Metrotown area, a neighbourhood he loves, because “it’s a central location that offers convenient commutes throughout Greater Vancouver, and it’s a vibrant community, but quieter and less congested than Downtown.” Over the next 10 years, he hopes he never stops learning and improving his knowledge about the real estate industry.

David enjoys a cup of fresh-brewed coffee to kickstart the day, and likes to unwind at the end of the day with a workout and some family time. Fun facts: He once travelled Australia in a camper van, and if he didn’t go into real estate, he might have become an airline pilot.

I specialize in Condos, First Time Buyers, Houses, Investors, Pre-Sale and Townhouses, and speak English, German and Mandarin.

Call me today at 778.316.6668 or email me.

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