Good News

Recently, Royal LePage Supreme Realty has been the recipient of great economic news. Royal LePage head office called us to share that our brokerage was again top in our local market in volume and biggest marketshare. Our RLPS March sales figures outperformed our previous best ever, and the overall Toronto Real Estate Board sales figures and the Royal LePage first quarter market report each demonstrate confidence in the GTA housing market. Great!

In the past three weeks, I have also been the fortunate recipient of even better news. Two weeks ago, one of our realtors was meeting with a client in our office and the client approached me expressly to compliment his sales representative and emphasized how happy he was with the high level of service and competence demonstrated during the buying process.

This past Wednesday, a 70 year old client called me directly to express his satisfaction and gratitude for the high level of service that his sales representative demonstrated, as he and his wife downsized. I couldn’t keep up with the words of praise and I was moved by them. The following morning, another of our registrants showed me an email from a seller whom had just sold their home sharing how grateful they were for the professional service and overall satisfaction with the marketing and negotiations.

While these calls are not unique or isolated, they are both timely and certainly understated.

Record sales are great, but as a broker of record, hearing from satisfied client after satisfied client, is my why.

We are grateful for the trust and confidence.

Way to go guys…Much respect and gratitude.

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