Partner buys CENTURY 21
CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd. is pleased to announce the local managing broker, Myrna Park, has purchased both the business and its location at 251 Harvey Avenue.
Myrna began in real estate in 1983 and bought her first Century 21 franchise in Northern Alberta in 1985 and has been involved in the Real Estate business in one form or another since that time.
Myrna completed the deal over the past three weeks while she was in Edmonton donating a kidney to her brother. She commented that sometimes the timing of opportunities cannot be controlled and one must juggle things in order to get them done.
The operation was a success for both her and her brother and Myrna is now home and overseeing the office once again.
“I could never have done this if it wasn’t for the fact we have such good people on the administration, marketing and sales side," she said.
Myrna continued a unique real estate philosophy started by Ken and Grant Wiebe when they began the business. Agents find the innovative “Vision 25” program allows them to be highly productive and focus on clients, while the office supports them with leading edge marketing and technology. Her intention is to continue down that path and introduce even more cutting edge ideas into the business with more exciting news to be released very shortly.
Myrna invites anyone thinking of a career in real estate or wanting to change systems so they can be more productive, stop by and visit the collaborative Club 21 for a coffee and a chat to see if they would fit into our model.
Under Myrna’s direction, CENTURY 21 Assurance is not looking to become one of the larger firms in the area but limit the office to a manageable number of serious, friendly and productive agents.
Over the past few years despite their small size, CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd. is the third largest fund-raiser for Easter Seals in Canada, supporting Camp Winfield locally.
For more information, Myrna Park can be reached in the office at 250-869-0101 or on her cell at 250-861-9303.
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