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Jordan Deyrmenjian

Jordan Deyrmenjian is the Founder and CEO of Artin Properties. At 18 years old, Jordan Deyrmenjian began renovating the home of his grandfather, Artin Deyrmenjian, who had passed away two years prior. With no previous experience, Jordan transformed an East-side Vancouver Special into a modern luxury home. During the renovation, Vancouver’s housing market had dropped substantially due to the implementation of the foreign buyer’s tax. Jordan’s initial plan to sell the home after adding value to it through a renovation no longer held its original promise. In an attempt to satisfy the construction loan that financed the renovation, Jordan began to offer his home as a short-term rental while still living at the home. Over the next six months, he found passion in providing an authentic and memorable experience for those who had rented his home while visiting the city in which he was so fortunate to grow up: Vancouver BC.

Today, the company which Jordan named after his grandfather, Artin Deyrmenjian, manages over 80 properties across BC, employs six full-time office staff and over fifteen in-house cleaners. Jordan’s vision for Artin is to establish its signature brand – the Shotel. The Shotel is a boutique collection of his homes which will focus on offering the privacy and comfort of a home with the amenities, standards and luxuries of a 5-star hotel.

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Adam Scalena


Adam is a full-service realtor, specializing in Vancouver’s best areas. His systematic approach to real estate and dedication to his clients has consistently placed him within the top 10% of realtors operating within Greater Vancouver.

Matt Scalena


Matt is real estate obsessed and considers himself a lifelong student of the Vancouver real estate market. As a co-manager of the Scalena Real Estate team, Matt prides himself on expertly advising buyers and sellers on all aspects of the fast-paced, dynamic Vancouver real estate market. He is present at every stage of the process, from that first phone call or email right through to when keys are exchanged between sellers and buyers.

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