What makes real estate even better these days for Jim Denison of Re/Max Quinte is that his two grandsons are following in his and their late father's footsteps.
On any given day, Sheila Barry can be seen tearing around Toronto, cleaning homes and helping to get them ready to go on the market
Last year Marta Pozniakowski, a broker from Etobicoke, Ont., purchased a laundromat that had been in the neighbourhood for more than four decades. Recently, she opened her new real estate brokerage in that space, with an espresso bar at the front.
At 70, Lynda Cox dreams of long, balmy days in Viterbo, Italy. But it hasn’t stopped her from serving her Ottawa real estate clients.
Broker Gary Trembinski has gone from being that kid to being a successful, work 24/7 kind of real estate professional who helps his clients put the roof of their dreams over their heads.
Valentina Tjan, broker of record of Win-Win Realty in Toronto, recently wrote "The Best is Yet to Come: Real Life Journey to Riches to Inspire You to Wisdom and Wealth" about her experiences and the process she uses to get through troubled times.
Even before the government lockdown, Royal LePage Meadowtowne Realty had closed their offices, banned open houses and ensured an open line of communication with agents and staff.
26-year-old Tommy Land started his real estate career at the beginning of the pandemic. But despite uncertain times, he has enjoyed “impressive success, “says his broker, Ray Ferris of Erie’s Edge Real Estate in Port Rowan, Ont.
In the midst of the first COVID-19, the leadership team at Keller Williams Golden Triangle Realty in Kitchener decided to loan each agent up to $2,000. The terms? “Pay this back when you can.”
Real Pride Network (RPN) says its goal is to bring LGBTQ2+ real estate professionals together, and to give like-minded consumers a place to find those whose core values are inclusivity, democracy, transparency and accountability.