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Royal LePage expands in Quebec

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A Quebec real estate brokerage with more than 50 agents has joined the growing Royal LePage network.

The deal means that Century 21 Max-Immo becomes Royal LePage Expert and continues to operate from its Laval offices under the ownership and leadership of Mr. André Charbonneau.

“An important portion of our clientele deals with commercial real estate and Royal LePage is a leader in this market segment. As a value-added real estate brokerage, there was no better option for ensuring our reputation in the industry and for providing our clients a highly competitive turnkey service,” Mr. Charbonneau explained.

The new affiliate is the fifth to join the Royal LePage network in Quebec since 2016.

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