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Coldwell Banker'real estate brand expands in Georgetown as the Desjardins Team joins the network New company to operate as Coldwell Banker Fieldstone Realty; Move brings experienced local selling team to global brand's Canadian network.
(Georgetown, ON, June 11, 2013.) The world-renowned Coldwell Banker' brand is further expanding its presence in Ontario, as an established Georgetown real estate operation formerly known as The Desjardins Team joins the franchise network. The brand's newest affiliate will operate as Coldwell Banker Fieldstone Realty, effective immediately. The new company joins the global Coldwell Banker network of 3100 real estate offices and more than 82,000 real estate professionals worldwide.
Owner and Broker of Record Evan DeBrincat leads the new company, with an operation of five experienced sales professionals and a support team led by Office Administrator and Client Care Coordinator Sarah DeBrincat. The sales team consists of Evan DeBrincat, Martha Bonanno, Samantha Read, Monica Darabos and Steve Nyarady.
The new Coldwell Banker Fieldstone Realty has begun operation and plans to hold a kick-off event to celebrate their new identity later this summer, which will be attended by Coldwell Banker national leadership. "We're all very excited about making the move to Coldwell Banker, and recognize that it is an important step for the future success of our company," Evan DeBrincat explains. "Coldwell Banker has a powerful global presence and can open many new doors for us across Canada, as well as provide world class resources for our local home buyers and sellers here in Georgetown."
The local brokerage has already established a solid reputation marketing its services as The Desjardins Team, servicing Georgetown and the surrounding Halton Hills area since 1989. Now as a Coldwell Banker affiliate, the brokerage will continue to operate out of their existing premises located at 78 Main Street South, a well known and highly trafficked location, in the old Bank building in the heart of downtown Georgetown. Phone and fax numbers remain unchanged, as well as the operation's website address www.georgetownhomes.ca
"We feel very positive about the future of the Georgetown real estate market and our role in helping it move forward," confirms Evan DeBrincat, "We have a variety of housing options here and amenities that reflect our rich balance of economic growth, recreation, culture and heritage. Our community has much to offer, including access to major transportation arteries linked to the GTA. Our philosophy has always been focused on providing exceptional service to consumers throughout our community. Now, through our affiliation with Coldwell Banker, our sales team will be utilizing an incredible array of Coldwell Banker tools and resources to take our vision of a client-focused operation to new heights." "We're very pleased to welcome the experienced sales team at Coldwell Banker Fieldstone Realty to our global network," confirms John Geha, president of Coldwell Banker Canada Operations ULC. "Georgetown is an important market in the Ontario landscape and we're delighted to have such a well-respected and established team represent our brand there. We look forward to celebrating the new company with their team at their launch event later this summer, as the first step in growing our presence in the thriving Halton region."
Our offices are located in historic Old Downtown Georgetown in the Old Bank building located at 78 Main Street South, Georgetown. Please feel free to drop in anytime - we would love to see you!
This building operates on the site of the former Bennet House Hotel (1863). The present building was erected in 1918 by The Merchant's Bank of Canada (Bank of Montreal). The bank occupied the building until 1943 when it was forced to close due to war regulations. The property was then used by Town Council until it was purchased by the Royal Bank in 1947. RBC used the site until 1973 when it moved across the street. Past owners include J. Pratt, T. Bennett and J. Coffen.