The Association of Saskatchewan Realtors (ASR) has named Rich Jeanneau, senior salesperson /associate broker with Colliers McClocklin Real Estate in Saskatoon, as ASR president for 2017.
Jeanneau has been an active member of the real estate community since 1989 and brings a wealth of experience, knowledge and commitment to the position, says ASR. In addition to serving on the ASR Board of Directors, Jeanneau has also contributed as a director, vice president and president at Saskatoon Region Association of Realtors, as well as a member of the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission.
“One of our focuses this year will be advocating on a number of issues currently affecting the real estate environment. We want to ensure that any changes coming down the pipeline don’t negatively affect our members or property owners in Saskatchewan,” says Jeanneau. “We’ll continue to enhance our educational offerings to both Realtors and students looking to enter the industry and contribute to communities across the province through our Quality of Life initiative.”
Joining Jeanneau on the ASR Board of Directors are past president Kevin Wouters of Century 21 Prestige Real Estate in Prince Albert; vice president Lane Boghean of Century 21 Dome Realty in Regina and directors Shelby Wilke of Century 21 Broadway Park Realty in Yorkton; Teressa Mannle of Realty Executives MJ in Swift Current; Harpreet Christie of Re/Max Lloydminster Barr Realty in Lloydminster; Carmen Cartier of Royal LePage Icon Realty in Prince Albert; and newcomers to the board Ashley Turner of Century 21 Fusion in Saskatoon and Noel Geremia of Century 21 Dome Realty in Regina. Representing CREA on the board is Len Wassill of Century 21 Parkland Realty.