These days when people want to buy or sell property, they usually call a real estate sales rep. But in Quebec’s Gatineau Hills in the 1950s, many people would contact a Second World War veteran named Duncan Macintyre.
Martinus Geleynse started marketing preparations for a 6,200-square-foot home in Sudbury, Ont. in August 2021. It didn’t go live until March 16 of this year.
Real estate agent Karen Willison of Royal LePage Locations North in Collingwood, Ont. recently put together a deal as the perfect solution for her client, Bruce, and his wife Joan.
Marcia Alderson’s first foray into song writing tells the story of her mother, who tried to buy her first house in Scarborough in the 1950s. The builder refused to sell it to her because of the colour of her skin, says Alderson.
When REM last wrote about April Del Monte almost two years ago, the former Bachelor Canada contestant, a sales rep with boutique brokerage Stomp Realty in Toronto, had just rolled out her first book, How to Thrive as a Real Estate Agent.
Royal LePage National Chairman Award winner Janet Ellerbeck had a successful, 44-year-long career in real estate. When she was ready to pass the real estate torch to me, her daughter, she needed something to keep her busy.
Damon Conrad says Royal LePage Commercial is now the largest and fastest-growing commercial banner in Canada.
Just as 2022 was getting up to the gate, Royal LePage Gardiner Realty officially became part of Royal LePage Atlantic, the largest real estate brokerage in Canada’s eastern-most provinces.
Jessi Sandhu’s Endless Giving Gala wasn’t a fund-raising event, it was a fund-raining event, says the Brampton, Ont. Realtor. He recently presented a $250,000 cheque to The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
Save Max, based in Mississauga, Ont., says it is the first Canadian real estate company to pay commissions to Realtors on the same day a deal is signed on a property transaction.