David Venance is an Executive Vice President at Cushman & Wakefield based in Vancouver, British Columbia. He is part of the Capital Markets Group, working with a team specialized in multifamily asset and development land sales in all areas of British Columbia, but most active in the lower mainland. The multifamily team which David co-leads with Don Duncan covers all niches of the multifamily investment sector including apartment buildings, mobile home communities, stratified investment properties, residential mixed-use properties, and land to develop these communities on.

David is recognized as one of the top investment sales brokers in British Columbia having completed in excess of $1 billion in sales transactions while still under 40. Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield’s established capital markets and investment sales platform, David was a top-producing agent at another global firm where he received numerous awards and recognition for exceptional performance.

David has initiated, led and managed a variety of complex investment transactions in both development land and income producing assets, ranging anywhere from $1M to over $100M. He’s recognized for his client tailored, collaborative approach to every assignment, regardless of client profile and deal size, which employs market leading standards of commercial brokerage. David’s extensive market knowledge and thought leading strategies have enabled him to regularly exceed client expectations, for service and results.

David was in the first graduating class of the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus in 2009 with a Bachelor of Management Degree from the Sauder School of Business. He was a founding member of the UBC-O Management Student’s Association as well.

David is a big believer in giving back to his and other communities. He is a regular supporter of Ronald MacDonald House, Covenant House, the Jewish Community Centre in addition to other various charities in honor of his clients. In addition to different charities, David spent five seasons as a volunteer hockey coach at the Hollyburn Club in West Vancouver.

 When not working, David spends time with his wife and daughter at their home on Vancouver’s North Shore in the Deep Cove neighbourhood. He spends his leisure time in the summer playing golf as a member of the Capilano Golf & Country Club and enjoys playing hockey and snowboarding in the winter.

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