Tuesday July 29, 2014




Wassil heads ASR

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The Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® (ASR), is pleased to announce that Len Wassill has taken on the role of President for 2014.

Len Wassill is the broker/co-owner of Century 21 Parkland Realty Ltd., located in his hometown of Melville. Bringing 35 years of real estate experience to the table, Len has actively participated at every level of organized real estate and says, “I feel extremely proud and privileged to serve as the Association’s President for 2014; we’re working on some big projects that will have a dramatic effect on many facets of organized real estate. I’ve been at the ASR table since 2009, and the strides we’re making to communicate, educate, advocate are truly amazing.”

Chairing the Education Committee for much of his ASR tenure, Len has seen an evolution in all aspects of learning; ASR continues to evolve as we move into our first year of our five-year contract with the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC). This contract represents a huge investment in education that will draw heavily on both our financial and human resources. But by contracting with SREC, we are leading the way for the delivery of on-line real estate education.

“As is the case with every industry, organized real estate must move with the times – or even ahead of the times - or it can become irrelevant” comments Wassill. “By committing to our brand - communicate, educate, advocate - we are working hard for our existing members as well as paving the way for all of those who will choose real estate as a career.” The Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® (ASR) is the primary advocate for organized real estate in Saskatchewan, representing the five board/associations as well as the five regional councils on all provincial issues. As a not-for-profit organisation, it provides direction, leadership and support services to its members, the industry and the public. Through effective communication and quality education, the ASR also strives to ensure a healthy real estate environment that allows for increased quality of life in our communities. Real estate is at the core of our economy and advocating for a strategic sustainable approach ensures continued growth and prosperity in Saskatchewan.


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