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Exit Realty Corp. International recently announced a plan to enlist the help of an associate in each of its brokerages to act as that location’s “engagement leader”.

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Parents are “gifting” or selling their rental properties to their children for a nominal value. While this is a valid strategy, there are several important factors to consider.

Habitat for Humanity Lethbridge has built five new homes for low-income families and renovated one other property since 2011.

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With the help of the 5th Annual Sutton Group Lethbridge Habitat for Humanity Golf Tournament, a couple with two young children will have the opportunity to build a new future.

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The Travel Industry Council of Ontario (TICO) has been targeting real estate brokerages with threats of legal action because they work with consumers arranging short-term accommodations, says OREA.

Antonio Bellano

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Antonio Bellano has joined Avison Young in Vancouver as principal and practice leader, B.C. project management. He will focus on expanding the firm’s project management service line offering throughout B.C.

Ryan and Melissa Zogala, centre, with representatives from the Burlington Food Bank.

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Right At Home Realty’s Burlington branch took part in Backpack to Basics, a program that encouraged clients to fill new or gently used backpacks with essential items that children would need for the school year.

Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors take part in Operation Backpack. Back row, from left: Heather Najjar, Brandy Robertson, Steve Pratt of the United Way and Bill Myers. Front: Janice Wieringa, Mike Gibbons, Kim Lewinsky, Tricia Weese and Laurie Renaud.

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Members of the Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors assisted with Operation Backpack recently. The community program, hosted by the United Way of Chatham Kent, has been offering a helping hand to local families since 2001.

Tanis Sullivan and Malcolm Hasman

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Public relations professional and third-generation Realtor Tanis Sullivan has joined Angell Hasman & Associates Realty of West Vancouver.

Barry Lebow was presented with the REIC Creative Writing Award for 2015

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Barry Lebow, broker at Re/Max Ultimate Realty in Toronto, held the 6th annual Realtor in the Park event and celebrated his 50th anniversary in real estate recently.

From left: Brandon Grant, Rhonda Grant and SPWC founder Sue Meech.

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Rhonda Grant, a host and organizer, says, “Our team raised $5,000 for SFCSC and $7,673 for SPWC this summer. We had sunny weather for both events and the golfers had a lot of fun.”