Century 21 Classic Realty Ltd. joins Royal LePage Atlantic

April 17, 2015 3 min. read

We are pleased to announce, effective January 20, 2015, Royal LePage Atlantic merged with Dartmouth- and Enfield-based Century 21Classic Realty Ltd. The merger further solifies Royal LePage Atlantic’s position as the largest real estate agency in Atlantic Canada as the owners and agents of Classic Realty Ltd. join the Royal LePage Atlantic team in Nova Scotia.

“We continually look to grow and offer our services to more Atlantic Canadians,” says Ralph Stephen, owner and president of Royal LePage Atlantic. “Century 21 Classic Realty have a long-standing reputation in Nova Scotia as knowledgeable and passionate real estate agents. They’ll make a good cultural fit for our organization.”

Ed Vigneau, president and Nora Landry, broker at Century 21 Classic Realty Ltd. view the merger as a benefit to both their sales team and their clients. “We’ve always operated at a high level of professional service,” explains Landry. “That is something that will continue as we become part of the Royal LePage Atlantic family. This partnership provides access to additional services, improved technology and market intelligence – benefits we’re excited to bring to our clients and to our team.”

Ed and Nora’s brokerage is an established and award-winning office with many top honours including Top Century 21 office in Atlantic Canada and membership in Century 21 Chairman’s Circle.

With this merger, 36 sales professionals are added to Royal LePage Atlantic’s 400 sales associates and administrative personnel. They serve clients throughout Atlantic Canada, with offices in Halifax, Dartmouth, Bedford, Enfield, New Minas, Windsor, Moncton, Shediac, Shelburne, Sussex, Saint John and Rothesay.

Ed Vigneau, Nora Landry, Ralph Stephen

Ed Vigneau, Nora Landry, Ralph Stephen