“We are thrilled that the renowned Case Realty team has chosen Royal LePage as their new home, from which to build on their 62-year legacy of success in the highly competitive GTA market,” Phil Soper, Royal LePage president and CEO, said in a press release. “This move is truly a reflection of Royal LePage’s growth momentum as a strong, nationally respected brand and leader in the Canadian real estate market. I speak for the entire team when I say that we look forward to working with our new agents in the weeks and months ahead.”
Connect Realty entered the merger, announced just days ago and effective immediately, with offices in Ajax and Toronto, and a combined total of about 120 agents. Case Realty will now operate under the Connect Realty title, adding its three Toronto offices, its Pickering office, as well as its bevy of agents to the brand.
“We have been a successful brokerage for six decades because we have always put our agents and their success first,” said Pamela Case, owner of the formerly Case Realty brand. “In this increasingly competitive market, this new affiliation with Royal LePage, one of the most respected and prominent names in Canadian real estate, will ensure our agents have the strongest presence and recognition in their communities and for their customers. We are delighted to be joining Connect, one of the best-managed and fastest-growing Royal LePage brokerages in the region.”
Royal LePage Connect Realty absorbed Coldwell Banker Case Realty, adding four offices and some 250 agents to its roster.