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Mississauga Real Estate Board

An early ad from the South Peel Real Estate Board, now the Mississauga Real Estate Board.

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This year the Mississauga Real Estate Board (MREB) celebrates its 65th birthday. It was born in the basement of the First United Church of Port Credit in 1954.

Opening the new Re/Max Active Realty offices, from left: John Dowbiggin, director franchise growth, Re/Max Integra; Ali Wahid, Addy Saeed and Umer Wahid, owners of Re/Max Active; and Christopher Alexander EVP, Re/Max Integra.

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Re/Max Active Realty in Mississauga, Ont. recently opened a 6,500-sq.-ft. office on Traders Boulevard to house its 55 sales reps and five support staff.

Alice Soon

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Real Estate Wire (REW) has partnered with the Mississauga Real Estate Board (MREB) and the Durham Region Association of Realtors (DRAR) to provide local agents with marketing and other tools.

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The Mississauga Real Estate Board now has its own MLS system after joining ORTIS, a regional MLS listing service shared by 11 other local real estate boards.

Lorena Vital is surrounded by those who supported her and brought forth the nomination for the Ronald E. Sanderson award. From left: Pinder Singh; Charles Climenhage; Gloria Riddall, broker of record/owner, Royal LePage Meadowtowne; Lorena Vital; Alex Ocsai, broker/owner; Debbie Brown; Brad Sauve; Jen Lima; and Natalia Milicevic.

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Lorena Vital of Royal LePage Meadowtowne Realty in Mississauga, Ont. was recently presented with the 2017 Ronald E. Sanderson Community Service Award, which is presented annually by the Mississauga Real Estate Board (MREB).

Ettore Cardarelli

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Mississauga-based real estate broker Ettore Cardarelli has assumed the role of president of the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA). Cardarelli is broker of record with National Realty Centre in Mississauga.

Nelson Goulart

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This is an important deal, Nelson Goulart says, because the industry is changing and there is a growing concern about traditional lock boxes and their low levels of security.