CENTURY 21 offices listed top in industry – here’s why

CENTURY 21 house for saleCENTURY 21® companies dominated Real Estate Professional Magazine’s Top 60 Offices in Canada list – claiming 13 spots. Aside from sales, the list considered more unique success factors, including training and mentoring programs, REALTOR® support, and community impact.

Here’s what being an exceptional office all is about from the top 13:

It’s about presentation. 
CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd. (Kelowna, BC) REALTORS® can focus on selling homes while their graphic designers, social media experts, and professional photographers take over promoting the listings.

It’s about resources. 
CENTURY 21 Atria Realty Inc. (Toronto, ON) aims to crack the top 10 CENTURY 21 offices in the world list by offering its REALTORS® an in-house marketing team that helps them create the best possible presentations, videos, and marketing for clients.

It’s about the people. 
CENTURY 21 Bachman Associates (Winnipeg, MB) attributes its success to its REALTORS®.  Brokers and support staff are always available to share tips and wisdom with the team and, in return, the REALTORS® stay and grow with the company.

It’s about training. 
CENTURY 21 B.J. Roth Realty Ltd. (Barrie, ON) employs a full time in-house educator.  With constant tech updates and personalized training programs, their REALTORS® are always ahead of the competition.

It’s about time. 
CENTURY 21 Bamber Realty Ltd. (Calgary, AB) employs the right support staff and provides ample resources to REALTORS® so that they have the time to do what they do best – show houses.

It’s about innovation. 
CENTURY 21 Colonial Inc. (Charlottetown, PE) broker Joel Ives tests out new technologies and tools before asking his REALTORS® to adopt them.  In so doing, he allows REALTORS® to continue their work undisturbed while new cutting-edge technologies get seamlessly introduced.

It’s about understanding. 
CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc. (Regina, SK) prides itself on their management team’s diverse structure in terms of age as well as experience in many different industry roles. This has led to better understanding between REALTORS® and brokers.

It’s about giving.  
CENTURY 21 Executives Realty Ltd. (Vernon, BC) believes in offering the best administrative and tech support to its REALTORS® but, most importantly, they believe in giving back to their community.  Fundraising is part of their daily culture.

It’s about working together. 
CENTURY 21 First Canadian Corp. (London, ON) focuses on teamwork to achieve success.  Their REALTORS® are offered training, administrative, and tech services in a supportive environment.

It’s about support. 
CENTURY 21 Fusion (Saskatoon, SK) attributes part of their success to the training programs it offers new REALTORS® beginning on the first day and the guidance it continues to offer throughout their careers.

It’s about education. 
CENTURY 21 Heritage Group Ltd. (Toronto and York, ON) provides ongoing training to their new REALTORS® that continues throughout their careers.  Continuously improving their craft has kept them ahead of the competition.

It’s about family. 
CENTURY 21 In Town Realty (Vancouver, BC) believes that a family who sticks together, succeeds together.  Their family barbecues, Christmas parties, golf tournaments, and charity fundraisers have all contributed to this tight knit office’s business success.

It’s about practice.
CENTURY 21 Leading Edge Realty Inc. (Toronto, ON) climbed to the top of both the fundraising and earnings ladders within the CENTURY 21 organization by providing either different training strategies to their REALTORS®.

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Congratulations to all! 

CENTURY 21 “women warriors” brave obstacle course to support Easter Seals kids

CENTURY 21 Easter Seals Team Charity

CENTURY 21® Canada team C21® Strong’s six participants ran, climbed, and crawled through the annual Woman2Warrior 5km obstacle race in support of Easter Seals camps in BC. The team doubled their 2014 fundraising total, contributing an impressive $6,716 – enough to give three kids a fully-accessible summer camp experience!

CENTURY 21 Canada’s own vice president of marketing, Chiyoko Kakino placed 2nd in overall fundraising totals for the race.

“I support Easter Seals camps because they allow kids to focus on their abilities, on what’s possible,” said Kakino. “I’ve personally experienced the wellness and confidence that outdoor, physical activity builds. Every child should benefit from the once in a lifetime experiences of summer camp.”

The team is proud to have contributed to the race’s total fundraising effort of $125,000, benefiting Easter Seals kids by providing the ultimate camping experience for over 900 children and young adults with disabilities every summer in BC alone.

The event was held on Sunday, May 24 at Swangard Stadium in Burnaby, Vancouver.

About the Kids to Camp program
In 2009, CENTURY 21 Canada introduced the Kids to Camp program, sending children to one of 16 summer camps run by Easter Seals across the country. Through events like The Drop Zone, 24 hour relays, and locally organized fundraising functions, System members have provided over 1,000 children with the independence of fully-accessible summer camps and memorable experiences throughout Canada.

How are Easter Seals camps different?
Each camp is specially designed and equipped to accommodate children and young adults with special needs. The addition and maintenance of ramps and lifts, the modification of doorways, washrooms, the purchase of specialized sports equipment like climbing walls and giant swings are just a few of the expenses unique to these kinds of operations.

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Media contact:
Ashley Lockyer
Communications Marketing Strategist
CENTURY 21 Canada