TORONTO – Living Realty Inc., Brokerage and its Living Group partner companies were the subject of an excellent and highly informative four-page feature printed in a recent issue of Chinese Real Estate (CRE) Weekly.
As one of the GTA’s most widely-read and trusted sources for real estate news, this Chinese-language publication is an excellent read for home buyers and sellers in Toronto and the surrounding area.
This article starts by highlighting the Living Group of Companies’ participation in every aspect of the real estate market, through its specialized member companies:
- Living Realty Inc – Real estate services for residential/commercial buyers, sellers and investors.
- Living Properties – Comprehensive and professional property management services.
- Living Construction – Consultation for construction and development projects.
- International Home Marketing Group – Marketing consultation and assistance for residential and commercial developments.
CRE Weekly also describes how, boosted by a strong business model and multiple branches serving key markets, Living Realty Inc. was able to do more than $1 billion of business in 2011 and – in spite of challenging market conditions – more than $900 million of business in 2012.
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The third page of this feature recognizes and quotes Bonnie and Daniel Wan, who have been working together as partners for more than 20 years and have received the brokerage’s “Top Producer” award for many of those years – including 2012.
In the next section, representatives from the Living Group of Companies explain their strategy for continuing to maintain sales excellence in a tough market:
- Taking advantage of the latest technology, including sophisticated social media tools for outreach and engagement.
- Training talented new real estate sales representatives, including Mandarin-speaking agents.
- Focusing on key future changes to the real estate market, including a strong emphasis on reaching out to immigrant communities who will continue to have a growing impact on residential real estate in the Toronto area.