Although born and raised in Calgary, AB, Kaley attended the University of Victoria and graduated with a double major in Creative Writing and English Literature in 2009. She moved back to Calgary and gained valuable experience working in new home construction and mortgage financing, working for a local builder’s in-house mortgage brokerage.
Kaley returned to Victoria in 2014 after one particularly brutal Alberta winter, deciding that there had to be more to life than shovelling sidewalks. She landed with a Victoria real estate firm working as an administrative assistant and thrived on the combination of analytical and creative thinking. Now as an Engel & Völkers advisor, she continues to bring this dynamic thought process to each of her client relationships, working hard to cultivate outstanding, transparent and enjoyable real estate experiences for both buyers and sellers. Kaley is proud to say she is a Ruby award recipient since 2018.
Kaley loves to read British mystery novels, write about life’s adventures, roadtrip with country music soundtracks, travel to new and favoured destinations, and root for the Calgary Flames, as well as actively seek the world’s best cheeseburger.
Rodney has been a Real Estate professional since 2009 and has achieved MLS-award status every year since 2011. Clients attribute his success to his detailed nature, in-depth market knowledge, and his experience in construction. They take comfort knowing that the advice he gives is always in their best interest. His goal is to ensure that his clients have all of the knowledge needed to make an educated decision, including all of the reasons to buy and potentially even the reasons not to buy. Rodney’s background is varied, from elite sports to customer service to construction to professional sales. From the first day he learned to ride a bike, his goal was to always go faster and be better. In 1994, he represented Canada right here in Victoria at the Commonwealth Games and then went on to a five-year racing career in Belgium. As you can imagine, when he decided to hang up the bike in 2001, there were some major adjustments, and he decided to move to Victoria from the Lower Mainland to pursue a career in Food Service, first in restaurant management and then as a territory manager for a multinational beverage manufacturer. While managing Vancouver Island, Rodney learned time management was the key to success, providing a better service in less time. In 2007, turning his sales, marketing, and management skills towards the construction industry, he joined his cousin’s boutique construction company specializing in lifting and renovating houses in Oak Bay. While applying his talents on the back-end of the business, Rodney learned hands-on how homes are built, what it costs to renovate, and what kind of renovations are possible. His vision has helped clients find their own diamonds in the rough and has saved his clients thousands of dollars and immense amounts of heartache. If you do see him around, don’t be afraid to stop and say hi!