CENTURY 21 agent elected president of the Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS®

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Published on: January 27, 2015

REGINA, S.K. – Ian Johnston, REALTOR® at CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Ltd. has been elected president of the Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® (ASR) for 2015.

“I am excited to continue working on some of the biggest projects ever undertaken by the ASR. We’re making huge strides in education, but have seen some dramatic results in all three of our ongoing objectives: communicate, educate, advocate,” said Johnston.

Johnston joined the Association of Regina REALTORS® (ARR) in 1998 and has served within several positions including vice president, president-elect, and past president. His previous experience with ARR led him to join the provincial table for ASR in 2012 as a member on the board of directors.

Johnston is highly-involved and dedicated to the real estate industry. He uses his expertise and real estate knowledge to deliver fast sales at the best prices for his clients. He has won multiple awards for his achievements in the industry, including the CENTURY 21 Canada Master Silver Award in 2013 for outstanding sales production.

As a strong contributor to his local community, Johnston has been involved in the Regina 35 Lions Club, Regina Maple Leaf Lions Club, and also volunteers for the Canadian Council for the Blind as well as the Salvation Army.

Visit Ian Johnston’s website to learn more about him. 

About CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Ltd.:
An independently owned and operated franchise affiliate of Century 21 Real Estate LLC (CENTURY21.com), the franchisor of the world’s largest residential real estate franchise sales organization, comprised of approximately 6,800 independently owned and operated franchised broker offices in 78 countries and territories worldwide with more than 100,000 independent sales professionals.

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CENTURY 21 broker named president at REALTORS® Association of Edmonton

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Published on: January 22, 2015

Vancouver, B.C. (January 21, 2015) - Geneva Tetreault, broker at CENTURY 21 Vantage Realty Ltd. elected as president at the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton (RAE) on January 1, 2015.

Tetreault was elected to the RAE Board of Directors in 2012, assumed vice presidency in 2013, was president-elect in 2014, and president in 2015. With a business and management education background, Tetreault founded CENTURY 21 Vantage Realty Ltd. in 2004. She is highly-involved and enthusiastic about her work and focuses on training and education to build a dynamic team of REALTORS®.

Aside from spending time with her family, Tetreault is a strong supporter of several local charities, including Junior Chamber’s Christmas Hamper Program for inner city families, Hope Mission, Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation and Santas Anonymous. She has also competed in two international marathons to raise funds for arthritis research.

About CENTURY 21 Vantage Realty Ltd.
An independently owned and operated franchise affiliate of Century 21 Real Estate LLC (CENTURY21.com), the franchisor of the world’s largest residential real estate franchise sales organization, comprised of approximately 6,800 independently owned and operated franchised broker offices in 78 countries and territories worldwide with more than 100,000 independent sales professionals.

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CENTURY 21 Canada Hot Cocoa 4 Kids Day supports Easter Seals

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Published on: December 23, 2014

Hot cocoa fundraising events to be held nationwide on December 13

C21 Hot Cocoa 4 Kids Day on December 13 will support Easter Seals Canada by harnessing the warmth of holiday hot chocolate. Participating CENTURY 21 offices across the country will invite their communities to a hot cocoa themed fundraiser. All proceeds will be donated to Easter Seals, in support of local families living with disabilities.

“Who doesn’t love hot chocolate? This holiday season, we hope to bring our family of offices together with their communities to help kids,” said Brian Rushton, executive vice president, CENTURY 21 Canada.

Since 1979, the CENTURY 21 Canada System has supported Easter Seals, raising over $500,000 in 2013 alone. The CENTURY 21 Kids to Camp program launched in 2009 and has sent over 800 children living with disabilities to fully-accessible summer camps.

To kick it off, the CENTURY 21 Canada head office will host a hot cocoa staff event, all funds from which will be matched by the company.

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There’s no place like home, for sweatpants and family

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Published on: December 23, 2014

Canadians define “home” using their hearts and humour, survey reveals

Familiar holiday anthems ring out about warmth, comfort, and love, themes that mirror Canadians’ definition of “home” according to a CENTURY 21 Canada survey. Although much real estate news fixates on finances, when asked to describe what home means to them residents sang a different tune.

The top 10 ways Canadians define home:

  1. Family
  2. Comfort
  3. Safe
  4. Place
  5. Love
  6. Live
  7. Warmth
  8. Relaxing
  9. Peace
  10. Happiness

“The personal value of a house is embedded in Canadian culture, which is clearly seen in our high ownership rate,” said Brian Rushton, executive vice president, CENTURY 21 Canada. “Home is truly the centrepiece of the holidays from coast to coast, as shown in residents’ heartfelt responses.”

In fact, the entire country was overwhelmingly united in their top home definitions. British Columbians added a social aspect to their list, as the only province to include “friend” in their top 10. Quebec was the only region to list the practical term “investment” in their top 10, actually ranking it third. The title of most creative region goes to Ontario, where residents used nearly 90 unique terms to define home.

It wouldn’t be a Canadian survey without room for humour. Some entertaining and brutally honest home definitions included:

  • An escape from people
  • Sweatpants
  • Kitty
  • No strata fees
  • Awesome

The festive season celebrates ideas of home: peace, happiness, and sometimes a bit of much needed solitude. As the classic song goes “there’s no place like home for the holidays,” and no time like the holidays to evoke the Canadian definition of home.

The CENTURY 21 Canada survey was conducted by Pollara Strategic Insights. The above responses were given to the question “In about five describing words or less, what does “home” mean to you?”

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