Profiles

Profiles

Michele Cummins (Photo: Darla Furlani)

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What surprised Michele Cummins the most when she started her real estate career? “In real estate they have this ‘have your cake and eat it too’ mentality,” she says.

Julio Florez (Photo by Greg Halinda)

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Fort McMurray, Alta. Realtor Julio Florez has won so many awards he has trouble keeping track of them. Awarded the first-ever A.E. LePage Realtor of the Year award, Florez is the first in line to volunteer for everything.

It’s believed the first tube houses appeared on the scene as early as the 15th century.

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What Vietnam's tube houses lack in width, they make up for in depth, stretching back as much as 230 feet, and height – five to seven storeys high is not unusual.

Michael Bourque

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Michael Bourque, CEO of the Canadian Real Estate Association, doesn’t like the term “organized real estate”. He says the staff at CREA’s Ottawa offices no longer use it, because they know he doesn’t like it.

Daphne De Groot

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Daphne De Groot, Justo's CEO, says the brokerage offers premium services, low rates that are fair and transparent and an advanced MLS search engine for both buyers and sellers.

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Keylo was launched in 2017 by co-founders and brothers Craig Mracek and Ryan Mracek. They say they saw a need to help frustrated home buyers and sellers find a reputable real estate agent.

Amy Youngren

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North Group’s Amy Youngren has been described as the rock star of Facebook video. She has raised the bar of digital real estate marketing.

Delio Oliveira, left, and David Medeiros

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June 2019 will mark the 20th year of David Medeiros’ and Delio Oliveira’s partnership as co-founders of Re/Max Real Estate Centre, named Canada’s No. 1 Re/Max brokerage for the most closed transactions in 2017.

Barbara Meyer shows off her gold medal.

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Barbara Meyer, manager with Royal LePage Triland Realty in London, Ont., is a breast cancer survivor and has been a member of London’s Rowbust Dragon Boat team since 2015.

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For Re/Max Real Estate (Central) in Calgary, after so many years with the same owner, same name, same building, how do they keep from becoming just the “same old, same old”?