GREATER VANCOUVER LUXURY HOMES GROUP DOORWAY TO LUXURY™
2019 LUXURY HOME TOUR SCHEDULED FOR June 2nd
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 27, 2019
Clark County’s premier luxury housing tour, the Greater Vancouver Luxury Homes Group’s Doorways to Luxury™ 2019 Luxury Home Spring Tour is coming up this Sunday.
This annual event, scheduled for Sunday, June 2nd, will feature a tour of 35 of Southwest Washington’s finest luxury properties. It includes many gorgeous one million dollar properties and several other exquisite homes in Clark County.
“Our high profile tour draws potential home buyers from throughout the Pacific Northwest,” said Ed Faulk, GVLH Co-Chair. “We get a high concentration of visits from homebuyers from as far north as Bellingham, WA and as far south as Ashland, OR and parts of California,” he added.
Linda Horowitz, GVLH Co-Chair exclaimed, “This years’ event promises to be our finest to date. Give yourself a raise and consider crossing the river if you live in the Portland area. If you come to Clark County, you’ll discover communities rich in spirit and pride, exceptional schools, good traffic flow and advantageous taxes – all things that make a community great.”
The Greater Vancouver Luxury Homes Group partners REALTORS® who specialize in the luxury home market with clients seeking to purchase and/or sell a home in the $700,000 and beyond price range.
A collaborative website offers some great resources for service providers in the industry to help with luxury home transactions. www.doorwaystoluxury.com has become the destination luxury home listing/search website for this upscale market in SW Washington.
“Our website and advertising stats showed views of the tour info and properties on tour that came from locations around the world. Last year’s online advertising for the Doorways to Luxury Home Spring Tour generated nearly 150,000 impressions and 19,500 new page views to our website. “Denny Shleifer, GVLH Board member added. Go to or www.doorwaystoluxury.com for details about luxury property listings and updated information on this year’s tour scheduled for Sunday June 2nd.
Attendees to this event should consider donating non-perishable food items for the Clark County Food Bank. The food will be distributed among local food pantries and social service agencies that directly feed Clark County families. Food Bank canisters will be located in each home of the tour.