My Experience

Born and raised in Kitchener, I have a true appreciation for all that this region has to offer, not to mention how far we have come over the past few years. The changes to our community have brought a new vibrant downtown core, state of the art transportation and a growing population, at the same time, the roots of our community have stayed at the forefront.

Growing up in a family of athletes, my love for sports led me to a 17 year career as a Golf Professional at a local Private Golf Club. Genuine service, organization and commitment are the valuable skills I mastered in my first career.

My growing family and a desire to own my own business led to my decision to become a REALTOR®, this choice has proven to be much more rewarding than I ever expected. The majority of my business stems from repeat clients and referrals, most of which have come from the friends and relationships I developed as a Golf Professional.

My Approach

I am successful in my real estate career by ensuring my clients make educated and informed decisions, not emotional ones. It's not just about making a sale, it's about a sale that is right for my clients.

My Difference

Genuine Service
As a golf professional I learned there is a big difference between “service” and “Genuine Service”. Genuine service comes from those who honestly care about how the service they provide impacts the lives of their clients, its not fake or manufactured - its GENUINE.

Real Estate transactions can be very complex, sometimes stressful and overwhelming for those involved. I have simplified this for my clients by offering a process that takes the stress away.

I live and breathe not only the real estate market in Waterloo Region but also all of the special things our community has to offer. My knowledge of our neighbourhoods and what each of those can bring to the lives of my clients is invaluable when purchasing a home.

Chris Wehrle REALTOR®

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From start to finish their professionalism was top notch.

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