Century 21 Global Realty joins Royal LePage Network Realty Corp. — Sylvan Lake, Alberta

We are pleased to announce Royal LePage Network Realty Corp. acquired Century 21 Global Realty of Sylvan Lake, Alberta on March 23, 2015. Together, they will service the community of Sylvan Lake under the banner of Royal LePage Network Realty Corp. owned by Norm and Chad Jensen. Royal LePage Network Realty Corp is the largest Real Estate Brokerage in Central Alberta with offices in Stettler, Sylvan Lake, Innisfail and Red Deer.

Sylvan Lake is a popular tourist destination for Albertans looking to establish summer vacation properties. While with Century 21, Theresa Strausser and her team of six agents steadily grew their business. Now as part of Royal LePage Network Realty Corp.’s Sylvan Lake office, the combined agents will enjoy 51 per cent market share in terms of units sold within the city of Sylvan Lake, a population of more than 10,000.

Chad and Norm Jensen

Chad and Norm Jensen

Norm and Chad Jensen are a father and son team with 30- and 17-years-experience, respectively. They established Royal LePage Network Realty in 2000, gravitating to the brand as a great cultural fit from their former well-established brokerage and drawn by proven technology leadership and agent training at Royal LePage. A focal point of Norm and Chad’s business philosophy is to help their agents to become experts in the buying and selling process, while demonstrating genuine interest and attention to their customer’s needs.

Norm is past-president and board member of the Central Alberta Real Estate Board and a council member on the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA).

Royal LePage Network Realty Corp services a population of more than 200,000 within the communities of Red Deer, Sylvan Lake, Innisfail, Blackfalds, Lacombe, Eckville, Penhold, Stettler, Rimbey and Bentley and holds an overall 28 per cent market share of units sold within it selling area.

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