From left: Christian Bouvrette, general manager, Royal LePage Humania; Johanne Robert, manager of network services, Royal LePage; Phil Soper, president and CEO, Royal LePage; Lise Lechasseur, manager, Royal LePage Humania; François Léger, co-owner, Royal LePage Humania; Dominic St-Pierre, senior director, Royal LePage; Anne Léger, co-owner, Royal LePage Humania; Mélanie Fortin, manager, Royal LePage Humania business centre; Geneviève Lavoie, manager of agency development, Royal LePage; George Heos, vice president, business development, Royal LePage; and Roseline Joyal-Guillot, manager, communication and marketing, Royal LePage.
From left: Christian Bouvrette, general manager, Royal LePage Humania; Johanne Robert, manager of network services, Royal LePage; Phil Soper, president and CEO, Royal LePage; Lise Lechasseur, manager, Royal LePage Humania; François Léger, co-owner, Royal LePage Humania; Dominic St-Pierre, senior director, Royal LePage; Anne Léger, co-owner, Royal LePage Humania; Mélanie Fortin, manager, Royal LePage Humania business centre; Geneviève Lavoie, manager of agency development, Royal LePage; George Heos, vice president, business development, Royal LePage; and Roseline Joyal-Guillot, manager, communication and marketing, Royal LePage.

Agents and staff at Royal LePage Humania gathered on May 1 for an event held at Manoir St-Sauveur to mark their conversion to the Royal LePage national network. As the largest traditional real estate brokerage in Quebec, Royal LePage Humania brings close to 225 new agents to the brand. Headed by François Léger and Anne Léger, the company has eight offices, mainly located in the Laurentians.



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