Century 21 du Cartier (LaSalle, QC) joins Royal LePage

May 7, 2020 3 min. read

Ilona and Andrei

Ilona Trosman and Andrei Krakhmalnikov, broker/owners of Royal LePage Local.

Royal LePage Canada is proud to announce that Century 21 du Cartier, located in Lasalle, QC, has joined the Royal LePage network. Under the leadership of Ilona Trosman and Andrei Krakhmalnikov, the brokerage of 10 real estate brokers will trade under the name Royal LePage Local, effective April 29, 2020.
Ilona Trosman started her career as a real estate broker in Quebec in 2002 and bought her first brokerage in 2006 with Groupe Sutton. Andrei Krakhmalnikov became a real estate broker in 2005. They joined forces in early 2016 as owners of Century 21 du Cartier, with a cumulated experience of more than 30 years in real estate.
“We are delighted to be joining a company that has such an important footprint in Quebec and Canada,” said Ilona Trosman. “The Royal LePage name has a great reputation and allows us and our brokers to get a foot in the door when reaching out to clients. As agency owners, we always try to deliver beyond expectations to offer the best service to our brokers and clients. Royal LePage is known for its support to brokers and franchisees and within a few days of joining, we benefit from a wealth of services and tools, through an unparalleled level of collaboration. During this pandemic, it is even more important to keep in touch and Royal LePage is providing us with a myriad of resources, be it training webinars, regular network updates and marketing assets,” she concluded. 
This is the fourth Century 21 brokerage and the 14th brokerage overall in Quebec to choose Royal LePage since 2016. Royal LePage remains the fastest growing real estate brand in Quebec, with a 55% growth rate in broker count since May 2016 [1]. Between 2014 and 2019, Royal LePage brokers in the province have increased their productivity by 41.3% [2] and saw an increase in sales volume by 93.3% [3].

[1] Growth percentage in the number of real estate licenses affiliated with Royal LePage between May 1, 2016 and September 15, 2019, province of Quebec, OACIQ.
[2] Total Royal LePage sales volume growth in 2019, compared to 2014, province of Quebec, Centris.
[3] Average Royal LePage sales volume growth in 2019, compared to 2014, province of Quebec, Centris.