Authors Posts by Connie Adair

Connie Adair

Connie Adair is a contributing writer for REM.
The home was created 30 years ago and broke boundaries about what could physically be done with steel.


Eppich House 2 is epic. The West Vancouver residence, which the late architect Arthur Erickson called his most complete work, is an iconic Canadian masterpiece, says listing agent Eric Latta.


To say land in central Toronto is valuable is an understatement, so when David Shedd looked out his window and saw free land, he jumped at the opportunity: he built a laneway suite.

TrillumWest’s “un-franchise” motto is painted on their wall.


Sarah Rubenstein says when she arrived at TrilliumWest, the adjustment wasn’t easy. She hasn’t looked back. “I’ve had an increase in pay, time to rest and time to spend with my family.”

Christopher Alexander (Photo: Elijah Shark)


Re/Max Integra recently partnered with BrokerBay, a front desk software/brokerage ecosystem provider. Alexander says some of Re/Max Integra’s brokerages were already using the software.

Tina Gardin


Just over four years ago, broker Tina Gardin opened a new 7,000-square-foot designer space with a Google-inspired look and feel, and created a fresh management style to take Sutton Quantum Realty to a new level.

Jeffrey Kerr


Broker Jeffrey Kerr of Re/Max Unique in Toronto has put his lockdown time to good use – he has just finished writing the second edition of his book, Barrier Free Real Estate: Achieving Freedom At Home.

Alex Pilarski, left, and Richard Pilarski


The brothers Pilarski are celebrating the 35th anniversary of Re/Max Realtron Realty, but instead of looking back or stopping to celebrate the milestone, the forward-thinkers are looking ahead to the next 35 years.

Ilan Joseph


Broker Ilan Joseph was thrilled to see his name soaring above the Toronto waterfront, when his banner was pulled behind a helicopter for an hour, making four loops from Burlington to east Toronto.


With COVID-19 restrictions cooping up young, vibrant agents, the time was right for Re/Max Integra to unveil its Young Professionals Network (YPN).

Rachel Gagnon, 24, with her horse Charlie


Six months into 2020, despite the pandemic, Rachel Gagnon has already surpassed her 2019 volume, with the first week of the lockdown her busiest yet. Oh, and she’s only 24.