Darcy Sochan

Darcy Sochan

Affiliated Real Estate Agent
CENTURY 21 Executives Realty Ltd.
  • 250-306-5579
  • 250-549-2103
  • 250-549-2106
  • 2907 32 Street
    Vernon, BC V1T 5M2
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About Me

Having been raised here in Vernon, I have a passion for what the area has to offer.  Over the years, I have been involved with many organizations within the community helping groups, associations and teams reach their goals.  My decision to enter the Real Estate industry came about from my passion for the community and the pleasure of helping people reach their goals.

I understand that Buying and Selling a home can be stressful at times.  I hope to make the process as pleasant as possible for you.  When the sale is complete, I am always available to address all your Real Estate needs, and I am never too busy for your referrals!

Real Estate On the Move!
Personal Service You Can Count On

My Mission Statement

"I am committed to providing the finest personal residential Real Estate service in the North Okanagan area that guides you before, during and well after the sale, bringing my name to top of mind when discussing or recommending with others.  My focus is not only to be your Realtor for Life, but to become your families and friends as well, through the confidence that you have in me." - Darcy Sochan

North Okanagan

The North Okanagan Zone encompasses the vibrant communities of Vernon, Armstrong, Enderby, Lumby and Cherryville.

Vernon, the oldest community in British Columbia's interior, is also the hub of the North Okanagan with a population of 34,600. The main industries here are forestry, manufacturing, tourism, hospitality and agriculture. The North Okanagan features three of the Valley's premier Canadian wineries, the world-class Silver Star Mountain Resort for downhill ski enthusiasts, Sovereign Lakes Cross-Country skiing area (recent home to the World Cup) and Kalamalka Lake, named one of the top 10 most beautiful lakes in the world by National Geographic Magazine.


Attention Buyers!

Receive emails of all new listings that match YOUR specific criteria!  Detailed information and photos sent straight from the MLS!  Free of charge and no obligation!  Stop spending time looking on your own.  Don't wait, contact me today!  Darcy@Century21Executives.com

Attention Sellers!

When you list your home with me, you won't only see a sign in the ground.  Your property will be advertised to millions 24 hours a day until sold!

It doesn't stop there!  I offer full colour ads in the Real Estate Review - a weekly newspaper publication focused on Real Estate.  It's distributed to over 35,000 people!

 That's not all!  Contact me for a complete list of my services! Darcy@Century21Executives.com

Community Involvement


Camp Served with Support!

Despite frigid temperatures and tough economic times, North Okanagan residents were filled with both warmth and generosity Friday. A steady stream of people came out for Century 21's fundraising barbecue in support of Camp Winfield. The camp for disabled kids was recently vandalized, receiving $15,000 worth of damage.

"It's pretty upsetting." said camp counselor Madeleine Shaw, "But at the same time it's really cool to see so many people coming together."

Thanks to everyone who made a donation for a hot dog or hamburger and warm coffee, the event raised approximately $1,600 which the Realtors at Century 21 are matching.

The generosity of the community put hope back in many hearts, as people handed over donations for a warm lunch to help the kids. One giving individual didn't even take any food, but insisted on handing a $100 bill to the cause. Rory White was one of the people who made a point of coming out to support the fundraiser.

"I used to deliver to the camp so when I saw it on the news my heart went out to these guys," said White.

Shaw has been a counselor for three years at the camp, which both her parents also worked at.

"It's the best place on Earth." said Shaw.

Whether they're in a wheelchair or whatever disability they have, the camp gives them a chance to be kids and do things some of them would never otherwise have the opportunity to do.

"It's just so cool to be able to get to help those kids, to facilitate the experience of them getting up a climbing wall, canoeing, being outside and camping," said Shaw.

"You basically do whatever you can to help these kids have the best week of their lives."

Shelinda Morin, with Century 21, thanks everyone who supported the event, including those who provided supplies free of cost. "It just wouldn't have been as successful."

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