To describe Moh Harris you would have to use adjectives like "Goal Oriented", "high performance" and "determined". He is a true competitor - give him a goal and he'll attain it. When he takes on a job, he's prepared to perform at maximum capacity, working till late hours and early mornings and no one expects more from Moh than himself.
As a boy, Moh watched his father run successful businesses and “flipping” homes. That is where Moh fell in love with Real Estate. Moh developed a high work ethic and a belief that if you work hard things will happen. Moh’s first job was a paper route at 13 years of age, Moh wasn't satisfied with having just a paper route - he excelled till he was an area supervisor. Just goes to show even in the beginning, he rolled up his sleeves and aimed for top results.
While it's true that Moh is a serious businessman, he also recognizes the importance his community plays in his life and is always giving back to the community, weather on a sitting on a Board of Directors for the Cerebral Palsy Association, sitting on the Board of Governors for the Board Charitable Foundation, Volunteering for the Diabetes Foundation or at the Kinsman. Moh is also a proud Mason.
No matter what Moh is doing, he is always going for his personal best, riding his bike, working out, at the shooting range, working and helping in his community to make a difference or helping his clients reach their goals, when he shows up - he is all business. He's there to get results for you. If you think he's tough on himself, you should watch him work as a top producing Realtor®.
Moh knows that today's real estate market can be challenging and complex. And he brings over 10 years of experience in two provinces to your transaction. Dually licensed in British Columbia and Alberta, you can feel confident he has the expertise and the knowledge necessary to guide you in the right direction. Moh has surrounded himself with Team Members that will take you from the beginning of the transaction to completion making sure each “T” is crossed and every “i” is dotted.