Monique Badun understands that buying or selling a property is one of the biggest lifestyle decisions you’ll ever make. Working with Monique means peace of mind; you can rest assured you will receive the highest quality professionalism and representation from her and her team, along with receiving superb customer service throughout all stages of your real estate transaction.
Monique was raised, schooled and currently lives on Vancouver’s West Side with her family. She joined Sotheby’s International Realty Canada in 2015, after 25 years of real estate experience at a large west side real estate company. In those 25 years, Monique consistently ranked within the top four agents in the company.
Representing both buyers and sellers throughout various neighbourhoods in Vancouver, Monique provides clients with comprehensive and accurate analysis of the marketplace and its various facets. Client relationships are based on integrity and discretion and her effective listening skills and exceptional service enables her to help her clients in finding their dream home.
Since moving to Vancouver with her family in 2007, Kim has maintained a strong track record in real estate. Her kind, forthcoming demeanour is what shapes her relationships with her clients, as she prides herself on her integrity, tenacity, and the ability to help all in reaching their goals.
As a long time Medallion Club member, she has achieved great success as a residential real estate specialist.
She owes her success in real estate to her loyal clientele who appreciate her outstanding personal service, attention to detail and her enthusiasm. She has a genuine understanding of what is important to her clients and pays attention to their needs and wants. Her professionalism, wealth of knowledge in local markets, and responsive approach to real estate enables her to effectively negotiate on your behalf.
Kim is also an active community member and is involved with various charities, including The Cause We Care Foundation, established to assist single mothers and their children living in poverty.