The Real Estate Council of British Columbia (RECBC) has appointed Marshall Cowe to serve for a three-year term on the Errors and Omissions Insurance Corporation of British Columbia.
Cowe was first licensed in real estate in 1972 with Block Bros. Realty in Burnaby. In 1979 he went on to be a managing broker and in July 1989 became a founding shareholder of National Real Estate Service. In 1999 he became a managing broker with Royal LePage Real Estate Services in Burnaby and Coquitlam where he works today.
Marshall was elected to the Board of Directors of the Greater Vancouver Real Estate Board (GVREB) in 1989 and served on many committees. He also served at the British Columbia Real Estate Association where he chaired Finance, Standard Forms and Arbitration Mediation and was on the Management Board. He has served the RECBC since 2003 and is currently the past chair.
“I enjoy being involved in organized real estate, helping people and love what I do,” says Cowe. “I am a full time Realtor with many sales awards. I am client based and work where my clients want to buy or sell. I love real estate!”
The mission of the Errors and Omissions Corporation is to provide adequate cost effective professional liability insurance for the protection of real estate licensees and the public.