The decision brings together members of the Association of Saskatchewan Realtors (ASR), Association of Regina Realtors (ARR) and Saskatoon Region Association of Realtors (SRAR). The new entity will be called Saskatchewan Realtors Association.
The Association of Regina Realtors (ARR) has donated more than $125,000 to the North Central Youth Centre (NCFC) over the years. Recently the association donated another $5,000 to support the NCFC After School Program.
A move to dissolve Saskatchewan’s real estate boards and provincial association with an eye toward forming a single organization has failed to pass after it did not receive the required two-thirds approval from the voting groups.
Saskatchewan is on the cusp of amalgamating three of its real estate boards, and if successful, it will provide its members with superior services, says the chair of the Rationalization Taskforce, Kevin Wouters.
Bert Dollard, H.A. Gibson and Herb Hollstein, three trailblazers of the Association of Regina Realtors (ARR), were recently recognized for their outstanding contributions to the development of organized real estate.
Long-time Regina Realtor Ian Johnston has been named the 2016 Realtor of the Year by the Association of Regina Realtors (ARR). He has served in leadership roles with various community organizations and charities.
Nicole Malinowski is the latest recipient of the $1,000 Association of Regina Realtors (ARR) Scholarship. She is finishing her second year in the Bachelor of Science program at the University of Regina, majoring in Actuarial Science.
Gord Archibald, CEO of The Association of Regina Realtors, (ARR) was awarded CREA’s 2017 Association Executives Network (AEN) Award of Excellence at the association’s Annual General Meeting in Ottawa recently.
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