Momentum REG Cares

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“We are working in the housing industry and NightShift is working with the homeless. That’s a very good tie.”

Building Momentum

When quality people of a like mind come together, great things happen. Just ask Ryan MacDonald and Steve Harder, founders and partners at Momentum Real Estate Group. They’ve taken their combined experience in the real estate industry, and the talents of their staff to create Momentum REG, a boutique brokerage based in Langley, specializing in project marketing and residential real estate.

Momentum puts their people skills to work to not only create relationships with homeowners, but also with home builders and developers. The complimentary blend of residential real estate and project marketing is a strength for the Momentum team. “The fact that we’re in the market all the time, getting out there and meeting with homeowners and seeing what’s selling and what people like, that’s a strength for us on the project marketing side as well.”

Project marketing is a fun and engaging challenge for the Momentum team, who love seeing a project go from dirt, to property development to creating unique branding, all the way to the end result of seeing people move into their new home. This dedication to the behind-the-scenes hard work is part of what Momentum values as a supporter of NightShift Street Ministries.

Momentum became a key sponsor for the work of NightShift after hearing ministry founder and president, MaryAnne Connor, speak at a Benchmark Homes event. Ryan and Steve were captivated by her story of leaving a successful real estate marketing business of her own to help homeless and hurting people in Surrey. When Ryan did a behind-the-scenes tour of NightShift’s mission to reach people on the street with a hot meal and compassionate care 365 nights a year, he was impacted by the number of volunteers who roll up their sleeves to pitch in (among the volunteer base of 2,500 have been Steve’s daughters, who have volunteered with NightShift through Trinity Western University).

NightShift’s work in reaching out to homeless people in local communities seemed like a natural fit for Momentum’s support. “The fact that NightShift’s work is in our communities, giving in such a meaningful and powerful way is important,” shares Ryan. “We have been blessed with a prosperous business we’re thankful for. We would like to give back to the communities in which we do business. We are working in the housing industry and NightShift is working with the homeless. That’s a very good tie.”

Thank you, Momentum REG. You truly care!

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