"The Humboldt Bronco’s tragedy touched us all in some way," says Bill Madder, CEO of the ASR. "We felt giving to the Humboldt’s First Responders Fund was a way we could assist these every-day heroes, long term."
Recently local Realtors in three Saskatchewan communities had the opportunity to experience first-hand how the Association of Saskatchewan Realtors (ASR) Quality of Life Legacy initiative is helping their communities.
Phil Kells, co-founder of RealSatisfied, says the company’s objective goes beyond Realtor ratings to provide a platform “to collect detailed customer satisfaction information” for a broker at the conclusion of a transaction.
A move to dissolve Saskatchewan’s real estate boards and provincial association with an eye toward forming a single organization has failed to pass after it did not receive the required two-thirds approval from the voting groups.
The University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business, Real Estate Division has been named the new real estate pre-registration education and mandatory continuing professional development (CPD) provider.
Saskatchewan is on the cusp of amalgamating three of its real estate boards, and if successful, it will provide its members with superior services, says the chair of the Rationalization Taskforce, Kevin Wouters.
The Association of Saskatchewan Realtors recently hosted a fundraising event in Regina that featured Realtors and industry partners decked out in their best rock star attire. It raised more than $20,000 for the Quality of Life Legacy Fund.
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