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Comfort and joy December 1, 2016

Charlene and Keith Kuepfer admit there were “a lot of stresses” with their recent home sale. In talking about PC275 realtor Gary Wilde, however, Charlene says “it’s been really comforting to have someone (like Gary) working for us and with us.”

After living near Rousseau, Ontario for 18 years, “we’ve grown to love the community,” Charlene says.  However, with family living in southwestern Ontario, the couple was “very excited” about moving back to the area.

In May, a couple took an interest in the home but needed to get financing.  While they waited, Charlene and Keith worked with PC275’s Gary Wilde in finding a house in London. They found one they liked and put in an offer, hoping to convert the house into a bed and breakfast.

“All of sudden, everything started falling apart,” Charlene says. The buyers for the house in Rousseau were unable to get financing. “Everything started all over again,” she says.

Working with another realtor to attempt to sell the house again, Keith admits the couple started having “two or three showings a week…we kept having showings but no offers,” until mid-September. A young couple from Kitchener came to take a look. The husband worked out of a home office and did business all over Ontario (for which the location would be ideal) and wanted to raise his family in a rural area. “They gave us a very acceptable offer,” Keith says.

The closing date was initially October 23 but that was moved back to November 1. In London to visit a friend, Charlene had Gary show her several properties but “nothing really clicked.” She says Gary was “amazing” through the process. “He wants you to be happy with the house that you’re buying. He wants it to fit you.”

Keith and Charlene decided they would rent while they decided their next move but upon visiting the London/Stratford area to view apartments, the couple realized “we would have to pay substantially more for rent than we would for a mortgage and really have nothing to show for it,” Keith says.

 “Just at the top of our panic,” Charlene says Gary sent them one more listing. With that listing, things began to move quickly in a positive direction. They viewed the home that afternoon.  “It was exactly what we’re looking for,” Keith recalls. The couple stayed in London overnight and worked with Gary to submit an offer. Shortly after the supper hour, Gary called congratulating them. “You just bought a house,” he said. Gary was “able to pull a rabbit out of the hat,” and got the home inspection moved up to the next day. “It came through with flying colours,” Keith says.

The couple asked Gary to recommend a good mortgage broker and he recommended

Adriaan Driessen, who is part of the PC275 team and who “has been very helpful in sorting out all of the financial ins and outs through this whole process,” Charlene says.

“I don’t know what we would have done without Gary,” Charlene says. “He gave us priceless advice and guided us all the way through it.” 

Danica’s destiny December 1, 2016

Working in a manufacturing plant might not be your typical training ground for a real estate agent but Danica March says working at the GM CAMI Assembly plant in Ingersoll has helped build her comfort level in being a realtor to the point where “it’s not second nature anymore, it’s first nature.”

Her parents flipped houses and her sister-in-law sells real estate, so Danica feels that she was perhaps destined to become a realtor herself. “I’ve always been interested in the real estate industry,” she says. With some encouragement from her sister-in-law, Danica decided to give real estate a shot.

Meanwhile, Danica has been working at CAMI since 2010. When she told co-workers she was going to put her best efforts towards real estate this past January, “I got a lot of support. I’ve had a lot of people be very encouraging,” Danica says.

Besides offering moral support, many co-workers also helped Danica by referring clients, looking to purchase or sell homes, to her. CAMI has served as a “jumping off point” for Danica, helping build up her client list. “Once I really got the ball rolling and CAMI helped me build that momentum, I knew how to approach people about real estate,” Danica says.

Working at CAMI has also helped Danica in another way. Prior to starting there, she had a lot of social anxieties and describes herself as being “introverted.” She has been able to develop her interpersonal skills and developed her confidence in talking with people, something that has helped her achieve success with her real estate career.

Danica learned a lot about working with different personality types and about different ways of communicating with people because the manufacturing plant has so many people working in different departments and areas.

“It seems like (CAMI) is another family that I’ve really benefited from being a part of,” she says. She says, in spite of the large numbers of employees, CAMI has the same a “sense of family and camaraderie” that Danica also finds with PC275.

 

PC275 is focused on training people, preparing them for working in the real estate industry, Danica explains. She says the team “is not only willing to help, they’re excited to help. I’ve found so much success from the support they give you there. You can’t really put a price tag on that.”

“I love the challenge. You’re doing something every single day,” Danica says of working for PC275. “At the end of the day, you’re really helping people. There’s nothing like closing a sale and having really happy clients. I wouldn’t trade that feeling.”

 

Their superhero December 1, 2016

Around the PC275 office, they call Phill Hallman “Super Phil.” In fact, Dustin Pritchard, one of the company’s founders says, “We joke that we should get him a cape, but he is the epitome of ‘families first,’ watching out for the PC275 Family.”

Phil is “fairly new” to the real estate world; he just received his license last January. “I joined PC275 the first chance I got and have been here ever since,” he explains.

Involved in a community choir, Phil got to know Rick and Donna Pritchard. After Phil mentioned he had started taking the real estate course, “Rick told me all about this amazing company and I signed on.”

Since he arrived, Phil has had a positive impact on his co-workers. Lisa Black calls Phil “a superstar,” and says he is “supportive and willing to step up when others need help. He is always the first to offer a lending hand.” His professionalism has led to many of her clients providing positive feedback after working with him.

Phil says the team effort he sees at PC275 is what has led him to adopt this “super” persona. “We’re all in this together,” he says. “We’re all working towards the same goal. It’s better when you’ve got people behind you supporting you all the way.

One of the reasons Phil believes that people feel the way they do towards him is the members of the PC275 team will, when necessary, send out emails when they need someone to step in to do a home inspection or help with a sale. Phil says that, when his schedule permits, he likes to be the person that steps up to help.

Realtor Michelle Bondi concurs. “If Phil is available to help out he is always there without any hesitation.” She says she has reached out asking for help and Phil is always the first to respond. “My clients are always impressed with him. Phil is very genuine and kind and our team is very lucky to have him. “

At the same time, Phil has received help from other team members in learning the real estate business over the past year. He says he can go to anyone in the company to discuss something he needs help with. “Everyone is going to say ‘yes!’ Everyone jumps at the chance to suggest things, to walk you through stuff,” he says.

Every Tuesday morning, the PC275 team holds a full brokerage meeting. “We get to toss around ideas and discuss the issues of the day in real estate,” Phil explains. He says the discussions at these meetings help create a better process and a more positive business.

The support the PC275 team offers each other has led to the company’s success. “The clients know that, even though they’ve got a dedicated realtor, they’ve got 40 other people giving them support,” Phil explains, noting that’s a difference between PC275 and other brokerages. “Here the support is always there,” he says.

 

When Caring Matters... October 24, 2016

On September 16, Danielle Lalond took possession of her new home, which she calls her “nest” and “magical cottage.” 

“I’m very excited,” Danielle says of this final step in a long journey. She gives credit to the staff at PC275 for making that journey much easier. 

“They care. It’s not just a business with them,” Danielle says. The staff at PC275 have been helping her though the move, every step of the way, helping with furniture and connecting with handymen and maintenance people.  “They’re willing to hel​p with anything they could,” she says. 

While every home sale can present its own set of challenges, Danielle had her own health issues (including PTSD and Lyme Disease) and those of her severely disabled daughter, Lily, to deal with. 

While she had interviewed many different real estate agents and companies, Danielle says “I very much felt heard and understood and supported by Beth (Hahn) and Mary (Duffett).”

In selling her ranch home on Riverside Drive, the staff at PC275 brought in a former client to help with the staging of the home. Danielle was very appreciative of all the support she received and that they were willing to listen to her. 

“It was such a comfortable partnership,” Danielle says. “It was fun; it was enjoyable. They make things light so you won’t get overwhelmed by the situation.” At the same time, she says the staff at PC275 “enjoy their clients’ enjoyment. They get as much out of it as I do.” 

After leaving her old home, Danielle was living with her mother. Sadly, her condition began to deteriorate and she suffered from deep depression. Danielle realized the need of a home of her own.

Again, she found the help she needed with PC275.  She says the staff worked with her to try and find a home that would be accessible for her daughter and still be within her price range.  “They listened to my goals and we looked at different options,” she explains, adding Mary and Beth were also very accommodating, working with Danielle’s schedule.

When it was realized that they wouldn’t be able to find an accessible house within Danielle’s budget and time frame, PC275 worked to find Danielle a home that can become accessible over time.  While she has moved a lot in her life, this new home is the first where Danielle can say “this home felt like home” as it fits all of her immediate needs. “I love what we have found.” 

Danielle says she was “incredibly pleased and amazed” that a company that offered such a low commission (2.75%) actually offered better service than other real estate agencies with higher commissions.  She adds that they also helped connect her with local handymen and people to help with maintenance.

“I just trust them,” she says, adding “they’ve become friends over this process of two years.” 

Her Success is Branching Out... October 24, 2016

Three years ago, Nelia Lo Russo was looking to get back into the real estate industry but realized she needed an edge over the competition. She found that at PC275, three years ago and “I’ve never looked back.”

She will soon be opening a branch in Hamilton, a feat that might have seemed impossible just three years ago. “I would have told you you’re nuts,” she says. “It’s a little scary but exciting at the same time.” 

It was something she wanted but never felt capable under the more traditional real estate system she began her career with. 

“I had always wanted to do real estate but I never found somebody who could help me,” she says. 

Nelia worked with a couple of other companies which operated under the “traditional model” of real estate when got her real estate license. With the traditional real estate model, Nelia says it feels like “Okay, you’ve got your license, now what do you do with that?” 

“I was competing with thousands of other agents,” Nelia says. “I didn’t have an edge over anyone else. You’re trying to compete (without) having anything different.” 

Having married and moved to London, Nelia turned her attention to other fields of work, including administration, but still always wanted to be self-employed, especially in the real estate field. 

She then met Rick Pritchard. While she was at first hesitant about joining another real estate firm, talking with Rick made her realize PC275 was far different from the other brokerages. She explains PC275 is a full-service brokerage, offering everything a traditional real estate company will, without any tricks or gimmicks.

Nelia says the rate of 2.75% helps set PC275 apart from other real estate firms, especially from a realtor perspective. “If I can sell ten houses a year, it’s great because I’ve got an edge over the competition,” she explains. 

Above and beyond that, however, it has been the training and mentorship she has received since coming on board at PC275 which made all the difference. Nelia says it feels like a family and everyone is treated equally.

“The great thing about this company is they will train you every step of the way,” Nelia says. “The mentorship has just been huge.”

The training and mentorship continues even as she opens the new brokerage in Hamilton. “I can pick up the phone at any time and there will be somebody there to help me,” she explains. “You learn something every single day in this business.”

“The sky’s the limit,” Nelia says when it comes to success a realtor can achieve. It all depends on the drive one has. 

Nelia understand the success of the Hamilton branch will take time as PC275 builds its brand in the city. “I think it’s going to be lucrative,” she says, adding “I think the consumers are happy to have an alternative and still have the full service they want.” 

“I’m excited to see where this is going to take me.” 

Feels Like Family... October 24, 2016

Just 18 months after joining the PC275 team, Nicole Doey has become a senior partner, much sooner than she could have ever expected.  

“I didn’t think it could happen so fast and clearly it can if you set your mind to it,” Nicole says, giving a lot of credit for that achievement to “all the support that I have.”

“They work in a team structure that’s just a big family, which I’ve never seen in a brokerage,” Nicole says of PC275. She says that Dustin Pritchard and Andrew Cook (members of the PC275 Executive Team) want to see everyone on the team succeed. 

One of the reasons why Nicole has had the success she has enjoyed is taking a different approach towards her clients. Instead of taking a sales-driven approach, Nicole has focused on providing customer service.

“For me, it was more building the relationship with the consumer,” she explains. “Honestly, at the end, I would feel like family with them. That’s how good of a relationship we would build.”  Nicole realizes that by building a relationship and trust, her clients will return to her and offer referrals to her time and time again. 

“I do really listen to what my clients’ needs and wants are,” Nicole says.

Even after the deal is complete, Nicole continues to provide personalized service to her clients. Instead of just providing a gift basket or gift card, she will provide a custom gift that suits her clients’ personalities. “I make it all about them,” she says.

In addition to being a senior partner, Nicole is also an owner at the London location. PC275 gives their employees the opportunity to buy in every time they open a new brokerage. While nothing was guaranteed with the London location, Nicole says “watching it take off in full force is really neat.”

Benefits of ownership include dividends and voting shares “so we get to help steer where the company is going next. Instead of the owner dictating what’s going to happen, we all have an opportunity to take part in that.” 

One of the things that brought Nicole to PC275 is they don’t charge a monthly fee which can be detrimental to the career of a new realtor. While the low commission allows the company and its realtors to be more competitive, Nicole says one of the benefits of working at PC275 is “there’s so much hands-on training and mentoring. You don’t get that with most brokerages.” 

As a senior manager, Nicole is now building her own team which will benefit new realtors due to the direct mentorship they will receive.  She adds that with most brokerages, the realtor is on their own because they are competing with other members of the brokerage team. “This brokerage is very different in that everybody works together because we all succeed together.” 

Her success is branching out September 28, 2016

Three years ago, Nelia Lo Russo was looking to get back into the real estate industry but realized she needed an edge over the competition. She found that at PC275, three years ago and “I’ve never looked back.”

She has now opened a location in Hamilton, a feat that might have seemed impossible just three years ago. “I would have told you you’re nuts,” she says. “It’s a little scary but exciting at the same time.”

It was something she wanted but never felt capable under the more traditional real estate system she began her career with.

“I had always wanted to do real estate but I never found somebody who could help me,” she says.

Nelia worked with a couple of other companies which operated under the “traditional model” of real estate when got her real estate license. With the traditional real estate model, Nelia says it feels like “Okay, you’ve got your license, now what do you do with that?”

“I was competing with thousands of other agents,” Nelia says. “I didn’t have an edge over anyone else. You’re trying to compete (without) having anything different.”

Having married and moved to London, Nelia turned her attention to other fields of work, including administration, but still always wanted to be self-employed, especially in the real estate field.

She then met Rick Pritchard. While she was at first hesitant about joining another real estate firm, talking with Rick made her realize PC275 was far different from the other brokerages. She explains PC275 is a full-service brokerage, offering everything a traditional real estate company will, without any tricks or gimmicks.

Nelia says the rate of 2.75% helps set PC275 apart from other real estate firms, especially from a realtor perspective. “If I can sell ten houses a year, it’s great because I’ve got an edge over the competition,” she explains.

Above and beyond that, however, it has been the training and mentorship she has received since coming on board at PC275 which made all the difference. Nelia says it feels like a family and everyone is treated equally.

“The great thing about this company is they will train you every step of the way,” Nelia says. “The mentorship has just been huge.”

The training and mentorship continues even as she opens the new brokerage in Hamilton. “I can pick up the phone at any time and there will be somebody there to help me,” she explains. “You learn something every single day in this business.” “They are even helping me raise the funds to open my own location through our Fractal Ownership system that allows our agents to own a piece of the brokerage they work in!”

“The sky’s the limit,” Nelia says when it comes to success a realtor can achieve. It all depends on the drive one has.

Nelia understand the success of the Hamilton branch will take time as PC275 builds its brand in the city. “I think it’s going to be very lucrative,” she says, adding “The consumers are happy to have an alternative and still have the full service they want.”

“I’m excited to see where this is going to take me.”

 

Nelia LoRusso

Founding Partner & Managing Broker

PC275 Realty

Office: 905-581-0055

Cell: 289-490-0275

Email: nelia@pc275.com

 

 

 

See you on the flip side... August 19, 2016

See you on the flip side...

 

"If you haven’t realized yet, I’m a bit of a jokester," Stefan Kawac said with a laugh after describing a situation that involved his three-year-old twins. "I like to crack jokes and make people laugh and smile. It’s sort of my thing."

When meeting Kawac for the first time it takes less than two minutes to realize he is a people person, genuinely interested in others and their stories. It was this personality trait that lead him to have a successful career as a photographer, a profession that he explained requires one to be sociable and comfortable around anyone.

After establishing his business PhotoStatement in 2011, a lot of Kawac’s business involved taking real estate photos for companies like PC275 Realty Brokerage. Even though his responsibility was to take photos, he also took an interest in the real estate business and the houses he was photographing.

"Even when I was taking photos, I would always ask homeowners questions like ‘what do you love about the house?’" he said. "I’ve always been intrigued by the real estate business and the idea of helping people find what they want to find and sell what they need to sell."

This interest in the real estate business grew even more after Kawac convinced his wife Stefanie to get her license and join the team at PC275 almost two years ago.

Now a senior partner and sales representative, her success encouraged Kawac to train to get his license - a process he recently completed.

"Even though I loved taking photos, I just knew it was time to put down the camera and begin a new career," he said, adding that he and his wife will be working together as a team at PC275. "Stefanie and I have seen how successful the teams have been at PC275, and we also know that we work really well together."

Kawac believes that his exposure to the real estate business, as well as his ability to make meaningful connections with people, will put him a step ahead of the competition as he begins his career as an associate and sales representative with PC275. He explained his next step is to get the experience he needs in order to be an effective mentor for the team he and Stephanie will be building, as they will soon be recruiting agents to their team. For Kawac, being able to work at a company that has a family mentality is incredibly important. He already knows the team at PC275 as they were his biggest client when he was a photographer. He feels this will be a great asset to him as he transitions into his new career.

"Everything about the company is family," he said. "There are so many interconnected people that know each other through friends and family. It doesn’t feel like any business I’ve ever worked at before."

Kawac’s values also align with the values of PC275, and he strongly believes in the way they do business.

"At PC275, we have a very personal, hands-on approach to business instead of it being very clinical," he said. "Our listing commission is awesome at 2.75 per cent, but I would never call it a discount agency. We don’t skimp on photos, signage or anything else — you still get the full service."

On top of ensuring that his clients always have a great time, he explained that he and Stefanie will always go above and beyond to ensure they are getting the best deals they can throughout the process. He encourages those looking to buy or sell to contact him or Stefanie at any time.

"Stefanie and I are both really excited about this next chapter," Kawac said. "We honestly just can’t wait to start working with clients together. It’s going to be challenging, but a lot of fun."

In a time of need August 19, 2016

In a time of need

It was early in the fall of 2015 when Marjory Dobrovszky found herself in a difficult and emotional situation.

Within the span of three weeks, both of Dobrovszky’s elderly parents passed away, leaving her as the executor of their wills and estate. The situation proved especially challenging for Dobrovszky as she and her husband lived in Calgary, Alberta at the time - thousands of miles away from her parents’ home in London, Ontario.

"It was an extremely stressful time for me," Dobrovszky said. "On top of all of the emotions I was experiencing, I really did not want to have to deal with my parents’ house and all of its contents. I also did not have the capacity to travel back and forth from Calgary to London on a regular basis."

With no knowledge of the real estate business, Dobrovszky did not know where to begin. A banker that her father used to work with recommended PC275 Realty Brokerage to her, and reached out to Rick Pritchard, senior partner and sales representative, and Donna Pritchard, partner and sales representative, on her behalf.

The banker sent an email to the partners explaining Dobrovsky’s situation. She felt a sense of relief when they replied saying they would love to speak with her and help out in any way they could during the difficult time.

"After our first conversation, I already felt more at ease about the circumstances," she said. "And that feeling only grew throughout the process."

Dobrovszky described countless situations where she felt that the Pritchards went above and beyond for her. From working with her parents’ lawyers, estate companies and gardening companies, to clearing up some of the contents within the house, Dobrovszky expressed that what they did for her was "nothing short of a miracle" and explained she could never have done it all without their help and expertise.

"It’s just incredible to think that the entire house was prepared and sold within such a short period of time, and I never had to come to London once throughout the process," she said. "Rick and Donna made everything so seamless, and you could tell that it was about so much more than business for them. They made me feel like I was their only client - like I was a friend."

When asked why he feels the need to go above and beyond with clients, Rick’s answer is simple - because it is the right thing to do. He explained that he and Donna genuinely love to help people and minimize stressful situations as best as they can. This situation was no different.

"I think my mindset comes from growing up on a farm where neighbours always went out of their way to help each other," Rick said. "There is nothing better than knowing your client is better off for the efforts you have provided. Whether it’s getting our clients the best price for their home, or finding them the right new home at the best possible price, we love using our expertise to enhance others’ well-being."

On top of Rick and Donna’s willingness to help in her time of need, Dobrovszky was also impressed by PC275’s rate, as it was lower than the rates of other agencies she looked into. She explained that even though the rate was lower, it never once felt like she was working with a discount agency.

"Going into this, I had zero expectations about the type of service I would be getting from Rick and Donna, but the type of service I received was so above and beyond what I could have ever imagined. It never once felt like I was dealing with a discount agency," she said.

Dobrovszky added that she could tell that Rick and Donna were representing the entire company’s brand, and that it was obvious that a hands-on and caring mindset was all part of PC275’s approach to business.

"There is truly not one negative thing I can say about my experience working with Rick and Donna, and PC275 as a whole," she said. "If I lived in London, I would tell the whole city about them — I recommend them 100 per cent to anyone that needs to work with an agent, no matter what situation they are in."

Doubling down right fit August 18, 2016

Doubling down...right fit

 

For as long as she can remember, Lisa Black has had a strong desire to help people.

After beginning her career as a development services worker more than 15 years ago, her commitment to working with people was further confirmed.

"My experience in working with people who have developmental disabilities really showed me that I have an uncanny ability to read people and help them through their life decisions," Black said. "I knew that I would be able to find happiness and success while focused on this type of work."

On top of her full-time career, Black has always taken on second positions on the side. Whether it was working at a jewelry store, restaurant or an independent distribution company, she found herself drawn to customer service roles.

Black loved working in sales, but wanted to move into an area where people were coming to her for a need not just a want. She thought about starting a second career in real estate, but wasn’t sure about how to get the process started.

At the same time that she was thinking about starting this second career, her friend Michelle Bondi, now a Senior Associate at PC275, recommended her to Caley Lunan, a Senior Partner at PC275. Lunan contacted Black, and they set up an interview.

"I’m a firm believer that everything comes to you at a time in your life when you’re ready for it," Black said. "Having Caley contact me to discuss the possibility of working with PC275 was the exact moment in my life that I knew I was ready to embark on that career change and could embrace the new challenge."

What was originally supposed to be a short interview with Lunan and Dustin Pritchard, chief executive officer at PC275, ended up turning into a meeting that lasted a few hours. After discussing the background and inspiration behind PC275, Black knew that it would be the right fit for her.

"What really captivated me was the family mentality that PC275 has. I knew I wouldn’t be going into this new career alone — I would always have experienced people to help me and support me when I needed it," she said.

Nine months ago, Black started as the first member of PC275’s Fast Track Academy. Since then, she has become the second-fastest member of PC275 to be promoted to Senior Associate — an accomplishment she credits to her drive and willingness to network, and the incredible mentorship she received throughout the process.

"Being one of the fastest people to be promoted to Senior Associate is a really huge milestone for me," she said. "I don’t know if I would be in the same position with a different company, because the mentorship I’ve had with PC275 has made all the difference."

Through the Fast Track Academy, PC275 sets prospective agents up with a plan and a Senior Partner to work with as their mentor. Prospective agents are encouraged to shadow their mentor and to ask as many questions as they can, which Black took advantage of.

"I was literally attached to Caley’s hip and soaked up everything like a sponge," she said with a laugh.

Black approaches her work as a real estate agent with her naturally upbeat and happy attitude to ensure all of her clients have the most positive experience they can. She also continues to challenge herself to figure out how she can better serve her clients to the process easier for them.

Even though balancing two full-time careers definitely has its challenges, Black explained if you work on your time management it can be easily managed. She always schedules her work around her personal life to ensure she has time for the most important things, like visiting with her nephews or taking part in her baseball rec league.

If someone is looking to start a first or even second career in real estate, Black recommends they reach out to someone at PC275 and listen to their story about how they got started.

"If real estate is something that you feel passionate about or it’s intriguing to you, I think you should take a leap of faith like I did," Black said. "Get your foot in the door and ask a lot of questions. What’s the worst that could happen?"

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