We are pleased to announce the merger of Royal LePage Ville-Marie with Royal LePage Village, effective today. The merged agency now operates under the name Royal LePage Village and primarily covers the western and central territories of Montreal.
With this merger, Royal LePage Village will bring together 138 real estate brokers in five offices, making it the largest Royal LePage real estate agency in Quebec in the number of brokers. This will help the agency expand its reach in Montreal by presenting a more powerful image to potential buyers and sellers.
We would also like to announce that Paul D. Johnson has acquired shares in the company from Stewart Jones, Jan Engelsman and Grant Staley. Gregory Clarke will remain a shareholder in the newly-merged company. Jones, Engelsman and Staley will remain at the agency as brokers while Georges E. Gaucher, former owner-manager of Royal LePage Ville-Marie, will take on the role of general manager of the agency, assisted by Rachelle Sauvé.
Paul brings extensive management and business development experience to the agency, having spent several years running major international companies in various sectors. Having begun his career in law and as a current member of the Bar, Paul also brings his legal knowledge to the team.
Gregory has nearly 30 years of experience in real estate (both as a broker and an investor), including 15 years as co-owner of Royal LePage Village (Dollard-des-Ormeaux). As an experienced broker and businessman, he has received numerous distinctions, year after year.
“Customers are an essential part of the equation. That being said, to be able to serve them better, we must place our brokers at the heart of this business and give them the best sales support possible. We are confident that by doing this, we will develop the agency’s full potential,” stated Mr. Johnson.
We wish continued success to Paul and Greg, as well as to the entire Royal LePage Village team!