Profiles

Profiles

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”?

Barb Sukkau (Photo by Union Eleven Photographers)

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For her year as CREA president, Barb Sukkau adopted the theme of We R One. "It means we’re stronger together," she says. "As we move forward in these challenging times, it’s important for us to work together."

Dave Procter (Photo by Lisa Graham)

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Dave Procter says his 40-year-long real estate career started as somewhat of a fluke. His Realtor father asked, “Why don’t you take the real estate course instead of sitting around and doing nothing?”

Read Hilton and Gail Crawford

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What really sets Collingwood, Ontario’s Read Hilton and Gail Crawford apart is their unique mobile office, Hilton’s black 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Brian Walker (Photo by Elijah Shark)

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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

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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.

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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.