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Robin Jones

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The Barrie and District Association of Realtors (BDAR) has elected Robin Jones of Re/Max Hallmark Chay Realty as 2020 president.

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A recent survey for Zillow conducted by Ipsos says 92 per cent of Canadians see at least one barrier to home ownership, and two of the top concerns are related to the mortgage process.

Michael Bourque, left, and Evan Siddall

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In a column published by the National Post in December, CREA CEO Michael Bourque wrote that government bears much of the blame for the housing market imbalance of rising prices and lagging supply.

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If the 2019 housing market could be summed up in one word, it would be “rebound” – most of Canada's major urban markets saw sustained improvement in sales and price growth in the second half of the year.

The Re/Max Elite event raised $250,000 for a local community services program.

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Re/Max Elite in Edmonton recently held a fundraiser called the Face the Resilience 2019 Gala for Boyle Street Community Services. The event raised more than $250,000 including in-kind donations and services.

Karen Hunter, executive director of the Chatham-Kent Women’s Centre, receives the cheque from Michael Gibbons, president of the Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors.

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The Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors recently introduced its 2020 Board of Directors. “I welcome the opportunities to come,” says Michael Gibbons, president.

Taking part in the floor hockey tournament to benefit The Edge, from left: Henry Unger, Andrew Penner, Adam Neustaedter, Nathan Klassen, Mike Burnard and Dylan Friesen.

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Realtors from Century 21 Gold Key in Steinbach, Man. recently helped raise $42,000 for a local drop-in youth facility by taking part in an annual floor hockey tournament.

Scott Gordon

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Manulife Investment Management has appointed Scott Gordon to the position of senior managing director, head of real estate asset management, Canada.

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The Alberta Real Estate Foundation (AREF) and the Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia (REFBC) have formed a partnership with Platform Calgary.

SGBAR members collected more than 500 socks, mitts and other accessories.

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Each year, members of the Southern Georgian Bay Association of Realtors (SGBAR) step up to give back to needy families during the holiday season.