The FYI on REC

Dated: June 1 2021

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Designed to be different, the Real Estate Centre (REC) is an organization that defines victory, not through profit but the empowerment of their clients. REC’s team of dedicated, inspired, and driven individuals do more than buy, sell, and develop real estate. Committed to excellence and eager to exceed expectations, REC builds safe and profitable investment vehicles geared specifically toward achieving client and agent success.

Embracing the unpredictability of the market, REC has shaped its investment strategies to withstand challenges created by inflation and market downturns while remaining accessible from both capital and qualification standpoints. In addition to garnering enormous tax advantages, REC’s plans account for careful budgeting, slow growth, and potential market corrections. However, the end goal always remains the same: achieving your investment goals and enjoying a wealthy retirement.

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Simeon Papailias

Simeon is a 15 year Commercial and Investment Broker, with a strong and established presence in the GTA. He is the Co-Founder of REC Canada, an award winning Real Estate Firm whose fabric is made of o....

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