Entrepreneurship is a demanding and challenging career path
that requires a unique set of skills and traits such as risk-taking,
determination, creativity, and adaptability. Not everyone is cut out for it as
it can involve long hours, creating your own structure, financial uncertainty,
and stress related to decision-making. Often people do not find themselves in
an entrepreneurial role until later in life.
As a young university student, Realtor® Micah Pelster was unusually clear eyed in determining that entrepreneurship was meant for him. Despite taking part time studies at MacEwan University, it was time for him to break into the real estate industry. He decided to start his business and begin making a name for himself.
Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities and Realty Executives Canada are pleased to announce a new partnership. Realty Executives has been named the exclusive listing brokerage for The Bluffs of Huron in Goderich, Ontario. The announcement was made jointly by Andrew Blair, President and CEO of Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities, and by Scott Gilmour, President of Realty Executives Regional. An official ribbon cutting at the 55 and up lakeside community took place on June 17, 2016 in Goderich, Ontario.
Wayne White has been a part of Saskatchewan’s real estate community for over 40 years. He’s been a member of the Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® (ASR) since 1975, a broker since 1978, served as president of the Association of Regina REALTORS® (ARR) twice, received an Honorary Life Membership from the ASR in 2004 and was named Regina’s REALTOR® of the Year in 2007. So it came as no surprise when the ASR and Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) announced that they were honoring White with the 2016 Distinguished REALTOR® Award.
“To have contributed as much as he has to the boards and his community – that’s what this award is all about, and Wayne is an obvious choice for Distinguished REALTOR®,” says Bill Madder, CEO of the ASR. “There is no question about Wayne’s dedication to the REALTOR® community. Our sincere congratulations go out to him,” he adds.