Canadian real estate agents, Royal LePage have just launched their new storied Commercial brand to support the company’s nationwide network of commercial real estate practitioners and clients. The new program will provide dedicated commercial practitioners with a complete set of tools and resources to help them better meet the needs of business and investment clients.
Phil Soper, president and chief executive of Royal LePage Real Estate Services says “I am convinced that the positive turn to the economic cycle will be supportive of our re-emergence into the commercial market. We believe the time is right to capture significant market share in the under-serviced Canadian commercial brokerage industry’s mid-market.”
Royal LePage has introduced a new commercial logo alongside a dedicated website designed to benefit owners and those hoping to buy commercial real estate. The new website includes listings, postings from buyers and profiles of all dedicated practitioners.
Soper went on to say “This new offering is an exciting development that builds on our company’s leadership history in Canada’s commercial real estate market. Canadians have come to expect the highest level of service and expert advice and counsel from Royal LePage professionals. This program boldly extends our brand promise into the commercial real estate services industry.”
Royal LePage Commercial has been serving the commercial real estate needs of Canadians since the 1950s, and has a nationwide network of dedicated commercial sales practitioners. Royal LePage supports these commercial sales practitioners by providing a suite of services, helping them to meet their client’s needs.
Royal LePage has been serving Canadians since 1913, and is one of the leading providers in the country. It has a network of 14,000 real estate professionals in more than 600 locations nationwide. It’s the only real estate company in Canada to have its own charitable foundation which is the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation. This foundation is dedicated to supporting women and children’s shelters, and educational programs aimed at ending domestic violence.