Sam Mehrbod (Ph.D.), is a Top 1% REALTOR in Greater Vancouver (2018, 2019), with deep knowledge of Property Technology and Construction. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia in Project & Construction Management which enables him to learn the power of data analytics and the importance of clear data communication for Realtors. He is a pioneer in property technology and an advocate for social media lead generation for home buyers and sellers as educating other fellow realtors. Sam is a Forbes Council Member and continuously provides insights about Vancouver Real Estate at Prestigious venues such as the Vancouver Sun, Business in Vancouver, Vancouver Courier, the Daily Hive, Western Investor, CKNW Radio and Forbes Magazine.
Sam Mehrbod Ph.D.
in the press
The state of real estate with Sam
What’s Next for the U.S. Real Estate Market?
The Cycle Lesson We All Need to Learn
Real Estate Post-Pandemic Technological Trends That Are Here To Stay As Buyers Return To Cities
Are We Headed For A Real Estate Recession? How To Prepare For A Shift In The Market
Sold (Bought): Daniel Sedin’s home sells for $9.7M
Why Real Estate Instagram And Facebook Ads Fail, And How To Fix Them
This $7 million Toronto house has an elevator and in-home theatre (PHOTOS)
How Realtors Can Convert Their LinkedIn Audience To Leads
‘Schitt’s Creek’ fans can buy the Roses’ mansion for just $15M
How Realtors Can Connect With Millennials On Social Media
OPINION: Is COVID-19 turning Chilliwack into a bedroom community?
How Realtors Can Turn Around A Failing Online Marketing Campaign
Schitt's Creek mansion goes on sale for nearly $15 million... after the acclaimed comedy wraps up its sixth and final season
Number of realtors in Lower Mainland dropping: study
Metro Vancouver home buyers paying way over assessed value near SkyTrain
Apartments on this Vancouver street cost up to 5 times more per square foot
Number of Metro Vancouver realtors drops for the first time in 10 years: report
The Rose's mansion from "Schitt's Creek" back on the market for just under $15M
Burnaby houses still selling well above assessed value: study