Royal LePage partners with Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate

Posted by REMonline.com — May 24, 2016

1464112310ONTARIO, CANADA - Royal LePage, via the company’s Carriage Trade luxury brand, has partnered with Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate. The new arrangement includes the opportunity for sales reps to post Carriage Trade listings on LuxuryRealEstate.com. The site remains the No. 1 portal for luxury properties, says Royal LePage, attracting more than 500,000 visitors per month from more than 200 countries.

“We are extremely excited to offer this new partnership,” says Kelly McCain, director, Strategic Business Services at Royal LePage. “With widespread exposure to luxury buyers from around the globe, this partnership will enable Royal LePage real estate professionals who transact in Carriage Trade level properties to maintain a global presence for their listings and offer unprecedented exposure for their clients.”

The deal comes with negotiated annual pricing that provides a variety of benefits including an unlimited number of Carriage Trade listings over $650,000 to be posted on LuxuryRealEstate.com, access to customized marketing materials and statistics for listing presentations, invitations to exclusive Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate webinars and conferences and discounted rates in luxury publications including Luxury Real Estate Magazine, Wall Street Journal, duPont Registry and Unique Homes.

 

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