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SEAS5 RM - 243 - Meet RE/MAX Magnolia's Managing Broker - Rebecca Rea!

November 10, 2023 | Posted by: Michele Cummins

SEAS5 RM - 243 - Meet RE/MAX Magnolia's Managing Broker - Rebecca Rea!

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RE/MAX Magnolia
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Curtis Pope 0:17
Well, here we are. It's another Saturday morning. That means it's time for the REMAX Magnolia show with Michelle Cummings and myself, Curtis. Oh, good morning, Michelle.

Michele Cummins - PREC 0:25
Good morning Curtis. Howdy,

Curtis Pope 0:27
howdy. It's a little subdued for you actually. Quiet well back. Well, you

Michele Cummins - PREC 0:34
know what, it's that time of year where things get a little quieter. At least I've been getting a lot of calls lately from Realtors saying are you experiencing the same thing I am. And so it's been a thing this last week that that the markets just slowing down a little bit it seems like How about you Rebecca,

Speaker 2 0:51
I'm actually getting busier. I'm always opposite. Whatever the markets doing guaranteed I'll be doing the opposite. And

Michele Cummins - PREC 0:58
that is what we want. We want to get to know more about you. So

Curtis Pope 1:03
you kind of gave the introduction last week you should give another one of your you know, Michelle comes introductions.

Michele Cummins - PREC 1:09
I like keeping things simple and

Curtis Pope 1:14
long enough no better than that.

Michele Cummins - PREC 1:16
I only have 22 minutes it's gotta keep everything simple. So let's get to know you is the shell it first segment and the second segment is is really bugging out with you that's gonna be really fun because

Curtis Pope 1:30
a reminder listeners though that we're probably not what Rebecca is role is within REMAX magnolia.

Michele Cummins - PREC 1:36
Yes, Rebecca is the broker manager and she also does sales. She has been doing residential sales for 20 years. And Rebecca, that is part of what I want to say is, what were you doing before real estate?

Speaker 2 1:49
isn't popular question, because I used to be an entomologist. So for a very long time, I studied insects, and then I worked in the field of bio control, research and development.

Michele Cummins - PREC 2:00
Okay, so that is a whole I've had conversations with you. And it intrigued me, what are some of the places that you you worked and you lived doing this?

Speaker 2 2:11
In BC on the island where people don't realize we have the largest insectary in Canada is on Vancouver Island. So I worked there for several years as the production manager where we grow beneficial bugs that will eat the predatory the pest bugs. So you have to grow the bad bugs to grow the good bugs to go after the bad bugs.

Michele Cummins - PREC 2:31
Please tell me you didn't do this in Montana. Never.

Unknown Speaker 2:34
I'd like to go to Montana. That would be fun. Good. You

Michele Cummins - PREC 2:37
know, Montana is beautiful. I lived there a few years. Okay, where else did you live? Then

Speaker 2 2:41
I will move to Belgium and I worked for a bio control company in a little town in Belgium called hare salt as their research and development for new bio control agents.

Michele Cummins - PREC 2:52
Wow. Okay. What did you think you were going to do when you were little? Like when you grew up? Like what did you think? That's what I want to do or want to be? Or what did you think

Speaker 2 3:02
I always just used to tell people I wanted to be a university student scientist, which I did. You fulfilled your dream. I did. Yes. But I didn't know anything other than scientists when I was young that would that that was the job scientist. I always I knew I was a science nerd my whole life. Where were you born in Ontario? Yeah. So I grew up in Ontario, went to university Ontario. And then when I graduated, the only place that I could get hired with a master's in science for in entomology was out on Vancouver Island. So then I moved to Vancouver Island. And that's when I started at the insectary there and then became their production manager. So

Michele Cummins - PREC 3:39
you have a lot to offer. A lot of people are moving to the island from our area. So you really are if you have a bad experience,

Speaker 2 3:46
I loved living on the island, it's a great place to live. It's it can be challenging, getting off the rock as they say, but it it's a lot more affordable than here. And if people are looking for a quieter lifestyle, they're hidden east, west or east, but

Michele Cummins - PREC 4:04
there's only a couple of ways to go from the island unless you're flying. Well, okay, so what got you into real estate? Because this is a question that intrigues me. I

Speaker 2 4:14
met a person, a friend of mine, and he was a realtor. And he thought that I would be a good agent. And so I called a childhood friend's mother was who was the only realtor that I knew from my past. And she verified that yes, out of all of my friends, kid, my friends, friends that I would be a good realtor. So I signed up and took the course and the rest is history. So

Michele Cummins - PREC 4:39
there was aspects of your personality. You're very social, you're very easy to talk to. You're a good listener. You do explain things very well. I mean, from what I know of you, I can see why he thought you would be a good realtor. A good judge of character things like that problem solving. Oh, whew. Charge,

Speaker 2 5:02
lots of problem solving and real estate and lots of thinking outside the box, trying to come at things from a different a different angle, solve the problems of the problem.

Michele Cummins - PREC 5:11
What is one of the aspects that you let it decide for you one, but what's an aspect of real estate that you actually quite love about being a realtor? I

Speaker 2 5:21
liked the chatting with people. When I was a scientist, there was not a lot of chatting because everything was so secret. Research and development is a very quiet field. Nobody talks about what you do, because everybody's trying to, you have to make sure that you've got information, where in real estate, we do nothing but talk about the information. So that's kind of an opposite that I quite enjoy. And just, every day is different. You never have the same thing twice, then every deal is different. Every client is different. So you definitely don't get bored.

Michele Cummins - PREC 5:49
I always say real being a realtor is like a kindred surprise every day. Yeah, every transaction, every client, every situation. Totally. It's a surprise. It's always different. You can be

Unknown Speaker 6:01
you don't know what you're gonna do.

Michele Cummins - PREC 6:04
Okay, so what would you what advice or tip would you give either a first time buyer or somebody moving up in the market or empty nester, what would you what advice would you give somebody in today's kind of balanced market? I know in the valley here, we're a bit more balanced, the more East you go a bit more of going into a buyers market, but maybe compared to a seller's market and a buyers market, saying a balanced market, what kind of tips would you give?

Speaker 2 6:33
Well, once you've found the realtor that you love me, then you know, do your homework, do your research, check out the property, you've got time and this market, you don't have to buy things quickly. So you can do all your, your your due diligence and make sure that the property whether you're buying or selling is the right thing for you to do at that time in your life.

Michele Cummins - PREC 6:56
That's very good advice. Because sometimes people feel like they have to rush and we've had such a busy market for a while now. And just listening to your Realtors advice for the time that they're in and believe in trusting in that. But yeah, doing all your due diligence. So what do you think makes you so successful? Like if if realtors are listening, and they're like, what, what makes Rebecca Ray so successful in her in her real estate career? What would you say?

Speaker 2 7:29
Good question. I would say I'm stubborn, which sometimes is a good thing, but sometimes it's a bad thing. And I'm a bit like a pit bull with a bone. I won't let things go I will keep at it and keep at it until we get the success we want.

Michele Cummins - PREC 7:42
That's a great trait. Love that. And about one everything has a tipping point. So yeah, but following up like you follow up you you go the extra mile. And and you Yeah, you get things done. So that's theater done. Yeah. Yeah. So what are some top priorities in your life? Are things that you love, hobbies, or just anything? What what is what? What is special or really important to Rebecca? Well,

Speaker 2 8:21
I do a lot of fostering for animals, cats and dogs. So over the last few years, I've had about five or six litters of puppies that have been born at my place and then gone off to new homes. We did a kitten poll a few years ago where we brought both 50 Cat kittens into BC that were going to be euthanized. So we saved them. So I'm a big animal advocate. And and I'm a huge paddle boarder. So if the weather is nice and the water is calm, I will be on the water with my phone doing business on my paddleboard for a little bit of the time if I can. Everyone needs something like that. Yes, it's definitely my happy place. You introduced that to me this year. Actually, we had a lot of fun. That was like Kentucky Elin Lake. That was a great, beautiful.

Curtis Pope 9:12
Caribbean is so clear. Oh,

Michele Cummins - PREC 9:14
I couldn't believe it. When she showed me the photos. I said that's not real. That's photoshopped. She goes, No, it's real. I said, Well, I have to see it to believe it. And then I did

Curtis Pope 9:22
it myself. I noticed as a fisherman, you see the fish going? I can see a trope that's like a good two and a half feet long but I don't have my fishing rod with a gap that was close to this too. Because it's so clear. Right

Michele Cummins - PREC 9:34
and you can camp right there. Yeah, it's amazing which I have

Speaker 2 9:37
to do we have to do one of our staff meetings a weekend retreat there.

Michele Cummins - PREC 9:40
We talked about that while we're there fun. Oh, so fun. We're doing it. We're just going to have to make it happen in life. You have to just make things happen. You got to put block time in your calendar. You got to time block.

Curtis Pope 9:54
understand there's a little leg towards Sasquatch that actually super clear to for paddleboarding. Oh yeah. So, what's called it's not a big lake, but there's a little very, very clear lake towards Sasquatch resort.

Michele Cummins - PREC 10:06
And you know what I just heard about this from somebody else a few weeks ago. And I forget what lake it was but she's googling it as we as we're as we're interviewing her right now,

Unknown Speaker 10:16
research and development.

Curtis Pope 10:19
My wife has a paddleboard so I was doing a bunch of research in the summer and there was one popped up favorites. And one of them was this. It doesn't have like a good grade beachy or either it's a little chat not super challenging. We have to do a little bit of work to get into it, even though it's right off the road. Hmm. But it's, it's apparently super clear. Well, that'd

Unknown Speaker 10:37
be Hicks lake or Deer Lake.

Curtis Pope 10:40
I can't remember. Okay, well, that's

Michele Cummins - PREC 10:41
even closer. I mean, Kentucky Lake is only about an hour and a half from from us. So this one's even closer. But something else I know that you love is fine, unique. Character jewelry,

Speaker 2 10:56
jewelry. Yes, I spend quite a bit of money on jewelry. You buy like neat, interesting pieces that I'm usually sporting different things and you have somebody who can make some yeah, I've got I've got a gal on the island that that's her business. Shout out to Double Dragon jewelry because she's my gal. And she imports jewelry from different suppliers and then sells it online. It's an online business at really reasonable rates and you can get really funky unique pieces.

Michele Cummins - PREC 11:22
They're gorgeous. I'm always admiring your jewelry. I'm not a big jewelry person. But I love seeing the jewelry and I kind of sometimes wish I was but I'm just I'm what I said earlier but simple. But Okay, another thing though, that you love that I actually got a pair myself. Very unique shoes. Uh huh. Yes. Johnson vogs. You love them?

Unknown Speaker 11:46
I'm a bit of a fluevog nut a bit. How

Michele Cummins - PREC 11:49
many do you own?

Unknown Speaker 11:50
I think I have about 30 pairs.

Michele Cummins - PREC 11:52
She has 30 pairs folks have John Slovaks.

Unknown Speaker 11:57
They're kind of my thing or mice. They're my signature shoes.

Michele Cummins - PREC 11:59
Always wearing nice shoes, unique shoes as well as your jewelry. I love it. Those are top two things yes. And purple. Your color

Unknown Speaker 12:08
purple is my color. Very consistent.

Michele Cummins - PREC 12:12
Thank you so much. This has been wonderful to get to know you and who Rebecca is. Can't wait for the next time. Now.

Speaker 2 12:17
You know why you've got all my bad my bad habits for why I have to work hard in real estate to afford my side projects.

Michele Cummins - PREC 12:24
You have to give yourself a treat when you have success for a client. Very important. You've

Curtis Pope 12:30
got to reward yourself. Michelle has 30 cards that Jimmy choose. I think you're right. I guess we should probably take a break if people want more information. Where can they go on the shelf?

Michele Cummins - PREC 12:43
REMAX Magnolia

Curtis Pope 12:46
We're back with more right after this.

And we're back with segment two of the REMAX Magnolia real estate show with Michelle comes in myself Curtis Popo Michelle went to get a Christmas coffee or something. So Rebecca is here. And so Rebecca, we were trying to get to know you a little bit now because you're part of the new firm. And so we were talking a bit about your background and where you're from where you live, things like that. And we touched on a bit about the fact that you have your your heroes, your science background, and specifically with bugs. Yes. So now what makes the person decide they want to everything they can possibly know about bugs,

Speaker 2 14:06
they are fascinating. And when when you look at insects through a microscope, especially and you see the socket joints and their cute little antenna and their proboscis and they're just really cute. So you closely, and the diversity and they're so beautiful, the different color tones and the beetles and the butterfly. There's so many different beautiful kinds of insects that you need to appreciate. Now

Curtis Pope 14:30
that is true. I mean, butterflies are beautiful. I know that you mentioned you were in Vancouver Island or used to be a place it was just about butterfly, the butterfly garden. Yeah, and it's beautiful. I've been there and just you're walking through this dome and there's butterflies everywhere. Every shape and size. It's very cool. And

Speaker 2 14:45
you can have butterfly release parties where you can you can order pupa and time them so that they're going to release when you're at your party. So lots of people are doing that now. And

Curtis Pope 14:55
I do understand that some butterflies there's like for monarchs reach, for example, they're becoming almost

Speaker 2 15:01
extinct. They are very close to being on the extinction list now. Yeah. Which is sad. Do more to get more monitors around. Yep. Yeah. So that's definitely one of the programs, I mostly dealt with the insects that were pests, not the end the beneficials. So I, I used to, I had to collect them for my course. So we'd be running around town, finding insects and telling each other where to find different so that we could get different genus and species because we were marked according to the variety that we had in our collection. So that was a lot of fun. That was a long time ago. But every now and then I still find one that I want, or a unique beetle, and I stick it in a container and throw it in my freezer. So people never know when they're going to open a container. My freezer, what's going to be in it? You

Curtis Pope 15:44
know, one thing wrong with your mainland last couple of years of these stink bugs, or one specific type of stink bug.

Speaker 2 15:49
Yes, the marmorated stink bug that has been every I get calls this time of year, all kinds of people are asking what is it? How to get rid of it? So yeah, they're definitely they're a pest. So they came in in the late 90s. From a container ship from overseas, and they've done very well here. And they're getting more and more prevalent as the, as the temperatures change. So right now, they're usually averaging about two generations or two cycles in a season. But as things warm up, they will possibly start getting into three, and then we're gonna have even more problems, but they are definitely a past.

Curtis Pope 16:24
What do we have to do to get rid of them? I know you're not supposed to match them?

Speaker 2 16:28
Yeah, they will. They stink. Yeah, hence the name. So the best thing if you vacuum them or get a little plastic cup and a paper and throw them outside, and and get rid of them, but you definitely don't want to touch them on the sides, or you'll have to wash your hands repeatedly to get that smell off.

Curtis Pope 16:45
I've been very good about getting a hold of them and say a cup on a piece of paper, a little piece of cardboard, and then they go for a swim in the toilet. Yeah, that's

Speaker 2 16:52
good. That's a common one. Yeah. That's a common one. But not all stink bugs are bad. There's actually some beneficial stink bugs. So there's a there's a two spotted stink bug that's actually a good stink bug, and it will eat the eggs and sometimes larva depending on which species and so some stink bugs are good to have. So the beneficial stink bugs are distinctive. They have pointy sort of horns, if you will, coming off their shoulders, whereas the Marmorated is smooth, but the good the good stinkbug it has like horns coming out of its side. So don't don't step on those. Those are your friends.

Curtis Pope 17:30
Well, that's the big thing right about insects is that there are good and bad insects and instant insects. Some are pests, like you said, and they're invasive and things like that. But others, you know, they're part of that old circle of life

Unknown Speaker 17:42
balance, balance.

Curtis Pope 17:44
So now what's an example of a bug that we do need, you know, and we should not squish or exterminate things like that.

Speaker 2 17:52
Most of them most of them. I mean anything that's a pollinator. So anything that is around into your different crops, obviously, we're having problems with the bees, the honey bees and bumble bees. So anything like that you want to you want to maintain and have refuge for them. And that's why they say this time of year, don't rake out all your leaves, leave some of them because there's species that are pupating over the winter in your leaf in your leaf litter, so save some of that. But yeah, you don't necessarily have to kill every little insect or arachnid that comes into your house. You can just get rid of it nicely.

Curtis Pope 18:25
Now raccoons are another story. No, I have no problem with spiders. I don't like them. But my grandma my favorite. My brother's pretty much full on arachnophobia. Like he just hate spiders. Yeah. So he's just like, always been that way. But you know, I'll grab a spider and I'll carry outside and let it free and everything else because I know that they eat a lot of the other insects

Speaker 2 18:45
how they can be good wolf spiders right now will spiders are coming into the houses. And will spiders are kind of unique because I mean, I'm they're not an insect arachnid, but I still know a little bit about them. And they're kind of cool because they're one of the only species of spiders that hold their spiderlings on their back. So when you see a spider, if it's got a bunch of babies on its back, it's chances are it's a little spider. And their good size adds to their big ones, but they also eat a lot of the critters in your house that you don't want. So keep your little wolf spiders as pets and don't throw them outside.

Curtis Pope 19:17
I think if I kept a pet spider in the house, I would never see my brother ever, which maybe that's a bonus. You'll think about

Speaker 2 19:26
the other one that's coming in right now a lot is the leaf footed bug. And they're bigger. They're about an inch long and they've got longer legs. But if you look closely at the legs, you'll see it has kind of a leaf shape on on one of the segments of the legs. And they come in this time of year as well. And they're not their past. They don't they don't bite people just the same as the stinkbugs just put them outside.

Curtis Pope 19:47
They're not a problem around here. We get the odd June bug and those things can be huge.

Speaker 2 19:51
Yeah. Yeah, those are big land and

Curtis Pope 19:55
around our own plate of our baseball game. This is fast spring, early summer, and nobody wanted go near the thing and they're like ready to step on. I picked it up carried over the bag, so I'm gonna withdraw with him like it's not gonna bite me. No, no, they don't. Big intimidating, but for a large portion of the people there and they have

Speaker 2 20:11
spines on their legs that if they grab on to you, you'll feel that Yeah. Pretty

Curtis Pope 20:15
happy for the trip. I think so I saved him a little bit. But no, I mean, it's funny, because yeah, I mean, the six aren't part of that circle of life, like you say, they're, it's balanced. But yet, for the most part, people, you know, they have all these these things in mind these thoughts that Oh, then you know, if you have bugs around, it's bad, your house is dirty, or this or that, or you having all these things, but again, you need a lot of these books you

Speaker 2 20:39
do. And there's a lot of the beneficial ones. But then we also have, like Michelle had mentioned, they've got we've got the the Asian lady beetles, which are passed, and they're outperforming and moving our species, our native species are in trouble because these Asian lady beetles, ladybugs are coming in and taking over so and you can identify Denta fie them, you can Google it, there is a difference that there'll be like an M on part of the head of the Asian lady beetles. So we don't like those. Because we want to keep we want to help our native species stay healthy. And so those ones are there, even though they are predatory, but we consider them a pest. Right.

Curtis Pope 21:18
Like, I looked up north for a good seven years in the early 2000s. And what was the heavy topic of conversation? The pine beetle?

Speaker 2 21:26
The pine beetle? Yes. Yeah, that's, that's, and that's why so much of our forests are dead. And then that brings in with the fires season, because you've got dead wood there. So yeah, everything. It's amazing how much when people don't think that they like insects, and how much our world depends on insects. Yeah,

Curtis Pope 21:43
the pine beetle, me, you don't know that down here, you really don't have the idea that devastation it has done in parts of the north and in the interior. But the same time, if you ever see because they can cultivate that what they get to it before it's completely dead. It has a beautiful blue hue to it, if they actually harvest it. And it can make some really cool furniture and things like that. But again, it's it's a fine line to where you have to harvest that wood to be able to use it. So but I know Yeah, it's it's definitely just this little bug and the devastation. It's done through a good chunk of this province. And that's the kind of stuff that that you were studying.

Speaker 2 22:20
The I actually when I first started at University of Guelph, and I knew somebody that was doing research on the Pine Beetle, and back then they didn't think it was going to be an economically serious person, and they weren't funding the research back then. Hindsight 2020 They probably should have. But, you know, that's one of the things that you know, when when projects get the funding cut, that's the impact, you may not feel it right away, but you may feel it in 10 years.

Curtis Pope 22:49
So now you moved into real estate. So you must have some interesting stories. When people you go and film the house and you see it the bug in you're gonna know that bugs shouldn't be here.

Speaker 2 22:59
Serious, thankfully, nothing serious. Usually, it's just the common ones, you know, Carpet beetles, that's another one that comes in that you'll get people seeing all the time, or I've had people they find them underneath their pets, dog dishes, and they wonder what it is. And it's because the carpet beetle will eat the crumbs that the dog has, when you know sloppy eaters and then there's little crumbs of food. The other common place people will find them is in the warming drawer of their oven. If you open your warning warming drawer and you'll see little exuviae from where it when it pupate it and the beetle emerge and there's just like the little fuzzy skin, that is the exuviae from the carpet beetle and they love in the underneath of your oven because it's nice and warm and dry. And so they can eat crumbs and whatnot. And then they'll pupate down there and go in you'll find them in bedrooms and and carpets and that they're calm. The variegated carpet beetle is super, super common around here.

Curtis Pope 23:52
So it must be an asset to you. Because if you do go into a house and people see a beetle running, you can say wow, it's no big deal. there's anything wrong with the vacuum clean.

Speaker 2 24:03
Yeah. Yeah, it is. And you can tell I've had people where they've had their tenants have had issues and it's like well tell your tenants do clean more often and put your your items out of plastic bags and into hard glass or hard plastic containers and just wash the area and keep it so that they the flower mas can't get into it. That's a common one. They'll they'll they'll chew through cardboard and you'll find that little where the noodles or whatever else the rice are all stuck together. So that's usually the larva of the Oriental flower moth is gone and the Asian flower moth has gone in there. So pretty common. Everybody actually probably knows more than they think they know. Because they've encountered it in their daily life. They just don't realize it. Well, not all

Curtis Pope 24:47
of us have got her entomologist degree. Well. It's funny that you know, again, that will help you with your jobs. You know, Michelle, being an actress, there's elements of that that are gonna help you definitely thank you

Speaker 2 24:59
If you're pretending that you're not, versus probably more useful than mine, but there's times there are times yeah.

Curtis Pope 25:08
All right, well, this is very cool. Now, I understand that you may have a listing you want to talk about like I

Speaker 2 25:14
do, I've got a great one in white rock, and it's on a large 10,800 square foot lot. And it's an older 3000 square foot home. But it's got a to die for ocean view, right from Mount Baker all the way over to point Roberts. And it is just a phenomenal all the way over to the islands. Amazing ocean view. And right now we've reduced the price. We're at 2.95 on that

Curtis Pope 25:37
one. That seems like a bargain in white rock with that kind of a view.

Speaker 2 25:41
Yeah, and it's a large lot. 10,800 is a big lot. And so and you could subdivide it if you want it or just enjoy the lovely privacy of your own little oasis and enjoy life on your large white rock lot.

Curtis Pope 25:53
Well, I always say White Rock is right. Do you want to live eventually, but I don't think I'm quite there yet.

Unknown Speaker 25:57
You just need to ask him for a race.

Curtis Pope 26:01
Show. Usually it's a show with a quote. Does she get you to get a quote together? No, no. Oh, geez. Well, I

Speaker 2 26:07
guess I'll have to go over the cool Can you come up with one awesome thank

Curtis Pope 26:11
you. Here we go. Never tell me the odds Han Solo There we go. That's my quote for the day. It's my favorite stuff. All right. Well, that's it's been great. catching up with you Rebecca learning more about the art and the science behind insects and how it can open real estate. And well I'm sure we'll have you in here again sometime.

Speaker 2 26:30
Thanks so much. This has been fun, not as painful as I thought it would be awesome people usually

Curtis Pope 26:34
say after dealing with and you're gonna want to tune in again next week because it'll be the infamous stats show. You know Michelle love stats. Next week. She will have her stats and then so and join us again next week when we will talk real estate in order to unlock your real estate potential on the show where real estate is maximized. Thanks for listening

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