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Kitchener Waterloo Association of Realtors
540 Riverbend Dr.
Established in 1937, the Kitchener-Waterloo Association of REALTORS® (KWAR) operates the local Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) and provides ongoing professional education courses for nearly 1,200 REALTOR® members who serve the communities of Kitchener-Wa
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"With the amount of time Ted ...
"With the amount of time Ted has given to the community and through so many organizations it is hard to believe he found any time give back to his profession as a REALTOR®," said KWAR Executive Officer Bill Duce, "He has generously shared his time, energy and talents, serving on numerous committees of the KWAR over the years, the Board of Directors from 2005-2011, and as president in 2010."
"REALTORS® throughout Waterloo region ...
"REALTORS® throughout Waterloo region have a strong tradition of volunteering and supporting a wide variety of initiatives within our local community," said KWAR Executive Officer Bill Duce, "George Patton certainly exemplifies this through his history of leadership at KWAR as well as the Lions."
Thank you to Bill Duce, ...
Thank you to Bill Duce, Executive Officer, of the Kitchener-Waterloo Real Estate Board and President Karen Shartun for the opportunity to meet and discuss current issues in our local real estate sector.
Joining Zawada as officers of the ...
Joining Zawada as officers of the Association are Mark Wolle of Royal LePage Wolle Realty as Past-President, James Craig of CBRE Limited as 1st Vice President, Tony Schmidt of Howie Schmidt Realty Inc, as 2nd Vice President and Executive Officer Bill Duce.
Kitchener-Waterloo Association of REALTORSÂ® Elects New Leaders :: Kitchener-Waterloo Association of REALTORSÂ®
Joining Bebenek as officers of the Association are 1st Vice President Mark Wolle of Royal LePage Wolle Realty, 2nd Vice President Charlotte Zawada of Re/Max Twin City Realty Inc, and Executive Officer Bill Duce.