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Re/Max Integra


With COVID-19 restrictions cooping up young, vibrant agents, the time was right for Re/Max Integra to unveil its Young Professionals Network (YPN).


The post-lockdown housing market outlook is “not nearly as dire as some suggested,” says Re/Max Ontario-Atlantic Canada EVP Christopher Alexander.


Re/Max recently launched Re/Max 360 Tours powered by EyeSpy360, a virtual platform that allows agents to create 360-degree virtual tours and provides lead-generation capabilities. 

The “Re/Mask”


Re/Max Integra has provided its agents with reusable, Re/Max-branded face masks to help them conduct business safely as we continue to navigate through COVID-19.

Re/Max Integra is a family affair. Standing, from left: Shelby Schneider, VP of corporate synergy; Simon Schneider, franchise sales consultant; Walter Schneider, founder and president. Seated: Christopher Alexander, EVP and Pamela Alexander, CEO. Not present for the photo shoot were Frank Polzler, founder and chairman and Michael Polzler, CEO and managing director, Europe. (Photo: Elijah Shark)


The founding families of Re/Max Integra – the Polzler, Schneider and Alexander families – are making a personal donation of $100,000 to support food banks in their local community.


A compiled list of statements and resources for Canadian real estate industry professionals and stakeholders regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. REM will update this list as more information becomes available.

Leah Ambler


Re/Max Professionals of Toronto, owned by Leah Ambler, is opening new locations in the Muskoka and Haliburton regions of the province.

Frank Polzler


Around U.S. Thanksgiving, 1979, Walter Schneider and Frank Polzler, co-founders of Re/Max Integra Group of companies, had a steep hill to climb.


REM has reported on major real estate industry stories during the last 30 years. But the entity that has had the most coverage in REM and touched on many of the big issues has been the federal Competition Bureau

Susan Taylor of Re/Max Prime Properties in Markham, Ont. with the Accessible Trick or Treating sign.


Re/Max Integra encouraged brokers and agents to distribute Accessible Trick or Treating yard signs designed to show support for children with accessibility issues to promote inclusivity on Halloween.