Combine bold entrepreneurship, incisive analysis and elite salesmanship, and you have Seth Baker. As Owner of Multifamily Real Estate Services, Seth founded his own real estate brokerage company dedicated to selling some of the world’s most valuable apartment buildings.
He is a master communicator and skillful analyst. He has a diverse background with a unique combination of street smarts, business, and data technology. This background allows Seth to maintain priceless market data while building powerful relationships with multifamily investors and developers.
Ask him about how to get people to agree. It’s his secret talent.
Seth Baker has led an impressive career in real estate brokerage. He is personally responsible for more than $125,000,000 in real estate sales, a number that’s growing daily. He has contributed to a number of industry organizations including LandlordBC, Vancouver Board of Trade, BC Non-Profit Housing Association, Greater Vancouver Home Builders Association and Urban Development Institute.
He received his Managing Broker’s Licence through UBC’s Sauder School of Business. He is licensed at the highest level with Real Estate Council of British Columbia. Seth is a member of the Greater Vancouver Real Estate Board, the largest real estate board in the province.
Prior to founding Multifamily Real Estate Services, Seth gained experience in commercial real estate brokerage as Managing Broker at Marcus & Millichap. He was also a leading member of the Marcus & Millichap National Multi-Housing Group. Prior to that, he was mentored at Klein Group Commercial and Royal LePage. At Royal Lepage, he was recipient of awards for Top 3% in BC and Top 1% in Canada.
As former Director and Chair of the Development Committee for Red Door Housing Society (“Red Door”), Seth helped oversea a rental housing portfolio worth more than $120 million. He actively lead several multifamily development projects, including 51 rental units currently under construction in East Vancouver.
A self-described student of life, Seth spends his spare time reading books about psychology, economics and modern business.