Mississauga’s Ettore Cardarelli assumes role as OREA president

Mississauga’s Ettore Cardarelli assumes role as OREA president

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Ettore Cardarelli
Ettore Cardarelli

Mississauga-based real estate broker Ettore Cardarelli has assumed the role of president of the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA).

Active in the real estate profession for 30 years, Cardarelli is broker of record with National Realty Centre in Mississauga. A member of the Mississauga Real Estate Board (MREB) and Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) and a past-president of MREB, he has served on several OREA committees. Cardarelli was also a recipient of TREB’s volunteer award in 2011. He currently serves as a member of OREA’s governance committee and continues to serve as a mediator and a vice-chair of arbitration at TREB.

David Reid of Muskoka will serve as president-elect. OREA directors-at-large are: Mike Douglas of Barrie, Azizali Kanjee of Mississauga, Mark McLean of Toronto and John Oddi of Brantford.

Eavan Travers of London will serve as commercial director and Costa Poulopoulos of London will serve as the director representing the provincial association to CREA. Larry Cerqua of TREB has been appointed substantial membership director. Ray Ferris remains on the board as past-president.

Provincial directors are: Eastern Ontario, David Oikle; Central Ontario, Bradley Mayer-Harman and John Meehan; Northern Ontario, Steve Kotan; Southern Ontario, Sean Morrison; Northeastern Ontario, David Reid; and Western Ontario, Karen Cox.

OREA represents 70,000 brokers and salespeople who are members of 39 real estate boards throughout the province.