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From left: Scott Piercy, co-owner of Engel & Völkers Victoria Oak Bay; Lewis Ratcliff, advisor at Engel & Völkers Victoria Oak Bay; Richard Brinkley, senior vice-president of expansion, Engel & Völkers North America; James LeBlanc, co-owner of Engel & Völkers Victoria Oak Bay; Andrew Carros, advisor at Engel & Völkers Vancouver; and Jack Gettles, vice-president of brokerage services, Engel & Völkers North America.

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Engel & Völkers North America recently launched in Oak Bay, B.C., marking the occasion with a grand opening celebration. The new shop will provide services in Oak Bay, Saanich and Victoria.
Sandy Casella

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Sandy Casella, sales representative at Sutton Group Quantum Realty in Mississauga, Ont., won the Quantum Leap Award at the Craig Proctor Super Conference in Toronto recently.

NEWS

Michael Le Page

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Michael Le Page, president of Associa’s Maple Ridge Community Management (MRCM) in Mississauga, Ont., was selected as the Industry Leader of the Year by the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO).

COLUMNISTS

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It is hard to argue that as a group, Realtors may be the largest collection of philanthropists in Canada. Every month the Good Works column in REM is full to the brim.

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In the mid 1970s, scientists unthawed a frozen caveman that had been found in the foothills of Alberta. As the befuddled caveman came to understand...


ADVICE FOR AGENTS

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Bruce Keith relates how a recent article in REM about broker Matt Dominguez offers timely advice for real estate professionals. Learn to focus on your goals and don’t let the little disappointments get in the way.
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Richard Robbins says, “If there’s no where, no when, no why, then you need to say good bye.” If you want to be productive, you must qualify your prospects.

PRODUCTS & TECH

Milan Baic and Zoran Vukasovic

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DealTap Group recently raised funding, including an investment from title insurance provider FCT, to double its workforce to support the DealTap 2.0 transaction platform in Ontario, the company says.

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Driving Miss Daisy can help clients get to appointments or activities that they may not be able to get to own their own. The company has franchises in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario.

BOARDS & ASSOCIATIONS

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Local real estate professionals experienced how much fun teens have in Moose Jaw hanging out at Joe’s Place, a recipient of a $5,000 grant from the Association of Saskatchewan Realtors (ASR) Quality of Life Legacy Fund.
Presenting the cheque to Southern Frontenac Community Services, from left: John Dirksen; Nona Mariotti, SFCS board of directors; Adam Rayner, president of KAREA board of directors; and Andy Mills, SFCS.

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Kingston and Area Real Estate Association (KAREA) members laced up their cleats to raise $1,281 for Southern Frontenac Community Services (SFCS) at their annual charity lob ball tournament in September.