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Joining Nicola Wealth as an Asset Management Analyst in February 2017, Wyatt combines his love of real estate with an analytical skill set to provide support for the Asset Management team.
After graduating from the Queen’s School of Business where he led the Queen’s Real Estate Association, Wyatt spent two years with TD Bank’s Real Estate Group in Toronto.
Outside of the office, you can find Wyatt exploring Vancouver’s dining establishments, working on his golf swing, and enjoying the outdoors.
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