Vancouver, BC (August 15, 2018)- CENTURY 21 Canada has put away their gold jackets and left their golden homes to embark on a new era of real estate.  This year they launched a complete rebrand and are seeing results, already outpacing the industry average in growth, both in franchise sales and expansion locations.

“The real estate industry is in a time of rapid change and we are happy to be evolving as quickly,” says Brian Rushton, Executive Vice President of CENTURY 21 Canada. “The new branding is resonating with consumers, and agents are realizing the value that the CENTURY 21 brand can bring to their business. We are excited for what the future holds.”

As of the end of June 2018, CENTURY 21 Canada growth has four conversions from other brands including Realty Executives, Coldwell Banker and an independent brokerage. There have also been two start-up franchises, including one with a former RE/MAX agent who switched over to open a new franchise. In addition to that list, CENTURY 21 Teams and Associates Ltd. recently opened their doors in Windsor, Ontario.

These latest moves continue the momentum the company felt in late 2017. In the past year in Edmonton alone CENTURY 21 Canada has added 100 new agents with the conversions of Realty Executives Masters and, more recently, Realty Executives Leading both to C21. CENTURY 21 Leading Owner Kerry Pfannmuller says the CENTURY 21 offering was just better than the competition.  “When I first went to Vancouver to meet with C21, I was blown away by the support and care from the team. I knew that this was something I wanted to be a part of and I haven’t looked back since,” says Kerry Pfannmuller.CENTURY 21 Canada Sees Growth in 2018

The rest of 2018 is also shaping up to be full of change. Late this year, CENTURY 21 Canada will launch a new technology platform with Real Estate Webmasters. They also have more expansion offices and conversions that they expect to be announced. “We are seeing interest in our brand in markets across the country and our investment in technology will continue to pay off for years to come,” says Todd Shyiak, Vice President of Operations at CENTURY 21 Canada.

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