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Association of Saskatchewan Realtors

Jason Yochim


Jason Yochim has been named inaugural CEO of the Saskatchewan Realtors Association. Yochim will assume his new responsibilities on Jan. 1, 2020.

ASR president Teressa Mannle presents the honorary life membership to Rich Jeanneau.


Rich Jeanneau was recently presented with an honorary life membership by the Association of Saskatchewan Realtors (ASR). The ASR Distinguished Realtor Award had two recipients: Steven Bobiash and Dave Markus.

The auditorium.


The Saskatoon Region Association of Realtors' new location will also serve as the centre-north office of new the provincial real estate body that will launch in January 2020.


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.

Teressa Mannle


The Association of Saskatchewan Realtors (ASR) has named Teressa Mannle, broker at Realty Executives Preferred Choice in Swift Current, as president for the 2019 Board of Directors. 


Realtors from across Saskatchewan may be taking another shot at amalgamating all of the province’s real estate boards into one after a failed attempt a year ago.

Kim Tyndall of CMHC presents the Distinguished Realtor Award to Gary Busch.


Busch has been a Realtor for 26 years, starting as a salesperson, working a stint in management and training, and eventually becoming a broker with Century 21 Fusion.

The 2018 Association of Saskatchewan Realtors Board of Directors.


Lane Boghean of Century 21 Dome Realty in Regina is the new president of the Association of Saskatchewan Realtors’ (ASR) 2018 Board of Directors.

From left Jason Yochim, CEO, Saskatoon Region Association of Realtors; Alisa Skalicky, president, SRAR; Katherina Symes, TEMA; Steve Topham, WWC; Ashley Turner, director, ASR; and Bill Madder, CEO, ASR.


"The Humboldt Bronco’s tragedy touched us all in some way," says Bill Madder, CEO of the ASR. "We felt giving to the Humboldt’s First Responders Fund was a way we could assist these every-day heroes, long term."


Recently local Realtors in three Saskatchewan communities had the opportunity to experience first-hand how the Association of Saskatchewan Realtors (ASR) Quality of Life Legacy initiative is helping their communities.