BC Women Magazine Profile - REALTOR® Nina Campbell
Reprinted with permission from BC Woman Magazine, March 1999
There is next to nothing Nina Campbell wouldn't do for her clients. Such is the unsurpassed energy and devotion that she brings to her job as a real estate salesperson.
Nina still remembers her first day in Real Estate well. "My Manager/Owner gave me a phone and a desk and said, 'Go get them girl!' I thought to myself 'Go get who?' Each day was like entering a battlefield, each night returning home wounded. But the next day I was right back in there!"
It is no surprise then, that Nina has been successful in earning professional awards year after year recognizing her as being one of the leaders amongst her peers in successful sales transactions. Since her first year in Real Estate Nina has been awarded Medallion Club membership with the Greater Vancouver Real Estate Board, which comprises of the top producing Real Estate professionals.
Nina's philosophy is 'treat people as you want to be treated, and as such, listen, be patient and respect'. This, augmented with many long hours, has earned Nina the respect of her peers, the loyalty of her clients and a successful business now built on referrals.
Continually upgrading her education, Nina stays on top of the ever-changing Real Estate profession and holds her Relocation Designation, which provides her specialized training ensuring the transferring family the highest quality of service.
Nina attributes a large part of her success to the support and patience of her wonderful family. "My kids from day one have established their good luck phrase for me, 'Go sell it mom'."
Nina is an extremely proud mom of two boys, and a daughter. She has the support of a close family and a wonderful husband. "It gives me great strength to know that my family's support is always there, and I consider myself incredibly fortunate to have them." Nina's other personal loves are her four grandsons, her home, her flower garden and the tropics.
"The most rewarding part of my job is the people I come in contact with. I love what I do and couldn't imagine doing anything else. I can't express the gratification I feel, when I hear, 'Thank-you so much for everything you have done'."