Case Studies, Pendrell Place: Strata Council Elected; Crowe attends (April 30?, 1998)

1998 April
Strata Council Elected

Susan Carrier, Co-Chair
Beverly Lewis, Co-Chair
Daphne Bramham, Treasurer
Donald Pretzer
Susan Erdman
Greg Ball
Maximo Campos

Robert Crowe, the owner of 402 Pendrell Place, was a regular attendee at Strata Council Meetings, according to the Minutes of the meetings.

Robert Crowe was a licensed realtor for about nine years prior to purchasing his leaky rotten condo in Pendrell Place.  However he was not a licensee when he sold it to Christopher Monk during the August-September-October, 2000 period.

In selling his Pendrell Place leaky rotten condo, Robert Crowe, a former licensee, utilized the services of Gordon Owens, a licensee, and the owner of one of the four penthouses in Pendrell Place.

Robert Crowe became a licensed realtor again on February 6, 2002. 

The details regarding the times that Robert Crowe was a licensee are detailed in an email from the RECBC that was received Wednesday, March 21, 2007:

Dear Dr. James Balderson:

Re: Robert Crowe

Thank you for your recent correspondence requesting information regarding Mr. Crowe’s licencing under the Real Estate Services Act (formally the Real Estate Act).

The records of this Council indicate that Mr. Crowe has been licensed as follows:

May 1, 1993 to April 30, 1999

May 5, 1999 to February 9, 2000

February 6, 2002 to April 19, 2004

April 20, 2004 to Present

Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the licensing department.

Yours truly,

Danielle Hollingsworth
Real Estate Council of British Columbia
900 - 750 West Pender Street Vancouver BC Canada V6C 2T8
Tel:  604-683-9664   Toll-free:  1-877-683-9664   Fax:  604-683-9017
The Real Estate Council of British Columbia protects the public interest by assuring the competency of real estate licensees and ensuring their compliance with the Real Estate Services Act.  For further information visit




Webcast: Leaky Condo Forum, April 14, 1998, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Case Studies, Pendrell Place: Kautzman and crew shovel dirt

Handyman Mr. Kautzman posted a notice to the occupants of Pendrell Place, 1819 Pendrell, in which he describes his work force as follows:

1998 April 12

Notice to Occupants

If you are one of the unfortunate owners whose decks are being re-membraned, please remain patient. The work required cannot be rushed and only leads to errors and higher costs. Our staff, though young, have all the required skill and knowledge to shovel dirt. They are students, who work hard for their college education money. Please be patient with them as they are young and learning a trade.

Bryce Rositch, leaky condo architect responsible for the quality of Whistler Village, introduced to the Legislature

1998 Legislative Session: 3rd Session, 36th Parliament

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The printed version remains the official version.

Official Report of






Volume 8, Number 11



[ Page 6781 ]

The House met at 10:03 a.m.



T. Nebbeling: I see in the gallery a friend and co-worker from my Whistler days. Bryce Rositch is an architect who is very much responsible for the quality of the face of Whistler Village as it is today, through his participation on various boards. May the House make him welcome.


Mr. Nebbling failed to mention that many leaky rotten condos in Whistler were sold to unsuspecting purchasers.