On November 2nd, Royal LePage Wolstencroft Agent David Smith hosted the second annual ‘Realtor Monopoly’ event at Trading Post Brewing in Langley, raising funds for New Hope Community Services.

Exceptional real estate professionals in Metro Vancouver battled to see who’s the best, all whilst raising funds for a great cause and having lots of fun too.

Multiple games, live music, food and drink, door prizes, make sure to buy your tickets today!


Local Realtors where invited by David to play in the first competitive Realtor Monopoly Tournament to support New Hope Community Services Society helping refugee claimants and immigrants through housing, employment, and community.

New Hope Community Services Society began assisting refugee claimants and new Canadian immigrants back in 2014 and it has always been their mission to see these people become productive members of Canadian society.

Each Realtor donated an entrance fee as well as the ability to buy Monopoly money with all proceeds going to New Hope.  

“I couldn’t be happier, the event was everything we’d hoped for and more. Over 40 players participated and another 20 Realtors dropped by throughout the evening.

Our total fundraising for New Hope surpassed $10,000, providing enough for a whole month of New Hope’s operating expenses! Thanks to everyone for your support and participation!” | David Smith





About David Smith

If you’ve met David, you know he’s all about relationships. ‘People over property. Always.’ Moving to the Lower Mainland 10 years ago he has developed a genuine love for both the people and the place. David understands that a real estate transaction involves both the property itself and the community surrounding it.

Devoted to the local communities South of the Fraser River, David will provide you a wealth of neighbourhood specific knowledge – from the best schools and recreation facilities in Surrey, to the new restaurant or coffee house in Fort Langley.



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