Brian Walker (Photo by Elijah Shark)


It is a brand-conscious society, Brian Walker will tell you. That’s why the 61-year-old broker closed the doors a year ago on his long-time brokerage NRS and re-opened shop as a Re/Max West Realty office.

Carol-Ann Schneider


Carol-Anne Schneider has brought in experts to coach agents about everything from goal setting, mortgage financing and cold calling to podcasting, nutrition, feng shui, and how to rid a house of ghosts.

The Dymaxion House (the house of the future) on display at The Henry Ford, a museum complex in Michigan.


The Dymaxion House was conceived by architect R. Buckminster Fuller as the home of the future. It was designed in 1946 to be the “strongest, lightest and most cost-effective housing ever built.

Max Thornhill and Maggi Thornhill (Photo by Mike Crane)


After years of trying, German-based luxury real estate brand Engel & Völkers has finally won over salesperson Maggi Thornhill – just in time for the expanding company’s launch in Whistler, B.C. this fall.

Christan Bosley


As the fourth generation Bosley, Christan Bosley is part of the new management team that is poised to foray into the digital era. “Our company is 90-years-old and now we’re ready for a change in direction,” says Tom Bosley.

Opal is a 130-unit project scheduled to open in 2019.


Opal, a 130-unit project that is set to open in early 2019, provides an “aging in place” concept that allows older adults to go from independent to assisted living to licensed complex care as needed, all in a single place.

Tawnya Gvoich


Broker Tawnya Gvoich has created a new endeavour: WomenUP Real Estate, a one-stop solution for women who prefer to buy and sell real estate with the help of a professional female Realtor in their community.

Tracy Niu


Tracy Niu and her team sometimes have 70 listings on the go at once. Although there is “still a lot of demand,” the Vancouver market is currently in a slowdown, she says.

From left: Richard Wallace, Adam Wallace and Doug Pain (Photo by John Pokocky)


Founded by Iris Wallace, Richard Wallace Real Estate is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year under the current co-ownership of Richard’s brother-in-law, Douglas Pain, and his 36-year-old son, Adam Wallace.

Martin Luther King Jr.’s boyhood home in Atlanta is open to visitors and free of charge, but arrive early for the best chance of getting in.


The boyhood home of Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the highlights of a new self-guided trail launched by Georgia Tourism this spring to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the civil rights leader’s death.