Profiles

Profiles

John, Colleen and Ginger Whitney

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Charles Isaac Fenwick Whitney was the first Whitney patriarch to come to Toronto from Nova Scotia in 1911 and lay the foundations of the family’s real estate heritage, Whitney & Company Realty.

Pat Hare

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Behind the staggering success story is owner Pat Hare, who has guided Re/Max Real Estate (Central)’s journey during the period of unprecedented achievement.

Gurcharan (Garry) Bhaura (Photo: Elijah Shark)

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TREB’s president 2018/19 Gurcharan (Garry) Bhaura came to Canada as a 20-year-old in search of opportunity. He found it in an accomplished career in real estate.

Andrew Mizzoni (Photo: Elijah Shark)

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Andrew Mizzoni survived a rare childhood cancer and went on to become one of Ontario’s youngest real estate salespeople. At 27, he’s a top producer, author and philanthropist.

Daniel Gargarella

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Still selling real estate, Daniel Gargarella, 95, might be the oldest Realtor in Canada. He operated Daniel Gargarella Real Estate from the 1960s to 2015.

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DeClute Real Estate, the Wright Sisters Group and the BREL team have come together to form Union Realty, which the teams say is an unprecedented real estate industry innovation.

Barbara Ford

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Ford, founder of the InSpirit Centre in Georgetown, Ont., is a paranormal expert and psychic who specializes in “spiritual house clearings,” which get rid of negative energy in homes and businesses, she says.

Steven Park and Rob Longo (Photo: Dean Holtz)

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Steven Park and Rob Longo are shaking up the real estate market in Sarnia, Ont., opening both residential and commercial brokerages and bringing transparency to their office building and their business.

Some of Barry Clark’s headshots, from 1965 to 2018.

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The 80-year-old Barry Clark is so passionate about real estate that he still goes to work every day at his office in Nanaimo, B.C. as president of Royal LePage Nanaimo Realty, which has been in business for 72 years.

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Avenue Living Asset Management co-founder and CEO Anthony Giuffre says, “We’re big believers in the value proposition of the Prairies, with properties diversified across 18 markets.”