Cynthia Jagger joins Goodman as a commercial real estate broker


Goodmans sell Intracorp's purpose-built rental project at Marine and Cambie.


Goodmans sell Lougheed Village, listed for $100M.


Goodmans launch new real estate firm: HQ Commercial


Vancouver on top of the world as Olympics begin.


Goodman team achieves 30% market share.


Goodmans sell Dolphin Square, a 174-suite apartment complex, to CAPREIT for $23M.


Goodmans sell $112M worth of multi-family real estate.


Goodmans sell $30M apartment tower to Wall Financial.


Investor capital flows into BC as Vancouver prepares to host 2010 Winter Olympics.


Mark Goodman joins his father and takes the Goodman Report online.


Expo brings the world to Vancouver. Real-estate boom ensues.


David pioneers the Apartment Owner's Newsletter, later renamed The Goodman Report.


Mortgage rates reach 20% plus.


David Goodman is #1 realtor in Canada with NRS Block Bros.


David sells first apartment building, a 20 suiter in Vancouver's West End, for $460,000.


David becomes involved in Richmond subdivisions and sells 150 new homes.


David joins NRS Block Bros. and sells his first property for $26,400.

Cynthia Jagger

Cynthia Jagger

As a powerhouse broker and former senior appraiser, Cynthia provides clients with the most valuable thing in the marketplace: knowledge.

For our clients, she answers questions like “If I buy this piece of land, what use would create the highest profit? If I buy this apartment building today, what rent could I charge now and after renovations?” and “If I buy a piece of land and build on it, what would the cost of development be? What will it be worth when it’s finished?”

Cynthia knows multi-family investments and land. As an appraiser, she’s consulted and analyzed tens of billion of dollars worth of commercial real estate in B.C. and hundreds of rental apartment buildings. She’s underwritten and provided guidance on some of the biggest land deals in Vancouver’s history. 

Goodman is the only firm to have someone of her calibre in house both acting as a broker and running numbers. She deciphers trends and facts, analyzes data and establishes a clear bottom line. 

Real estate is in her blood. Like Mark, she grew up in a family where it was the dinnertime topic. She remembers driving around with her dad, a developer, looking at construction sites and hearing about everything involved in taking a building from an idea to something alive.

Her passion for real estate led her after university to start working on the residential marketing side of the business. This was back when the market had just started taking off. For over a decade, Cynthia worked for a global commercial valuation firm, rising to the top. What set her analysis apart was her ability to get the kind of information you can’t find on Google. With her smarts and integrity, she developed strong relationships. When she dialed, the industry’s biggest players would take her calls to hear her insights and offer their own. 

In all of Cynthia’s work, the through line is simple: provide expert advice and numbers that fuel informed decisions and profitable deals.