Alex and Richard Pilarski are the Broker/Owners of RE/MAX Realtron Realty Inc. Brokerage Their over 60 years of combined real estate experience in both selling real estate as well as managing real estate offices has enabled them to build RE/MAX Realtron into one of the Top 20 Companies for RE/MAX International out of over 5,600 companies worldwide.
They have been recognized by RE/MAX Ontario Atlantic Canada 3 times as Multiple Office Brokers of the Year and in 1998 were recognized by RE/MAX International as “International Broker Owners of the Year.” In 2002 the brothers were honored to be selected to be part of the RE/MAX Chairman’s Leadership Advisory Council.
“Our philosophy of treating people fairly and honestly is one of the key reasons for our success,” says Alex Pilarski. “Our goal in building RE/MAX Realtron is to put together the finest team of Real Estate Professionals, to provide them with the most up to date training tools and technology in order that they may do the best possible job for our customers”.
“We follow the “consulting” approach in selling”, adds Richard Pilarski. “Our approach is not to sell houses to or for people. Our objective is to provide our customers with enough information so that they can decide what they want to do, then we use our expertise to help them achieve their goals”.
The Pilarskis are confident that their team of top Real Estate Professionals will do the job for you, their customers.
Richard Pilarski, Broker/Owner
Richard, who graduated with a B.A. Sc. from University of Toronto in 1971, is a registered Professional Engineer, and obtained his real estate license in 1973. He received his broker’s license in 1979, and joined RE/MAX as a sales representative in 1982. In 1986, he achieved top 100 international membership, and was named to the RE/MAX Hall of Fame in 1989. At the 1998 corporate convention, Richard was recognized as a RE/MAX “Pioneer”. Richard is a vice-chairman of the Arbitration Committee of the Toronto Real Estate Board. Along with his duties of managing corporate RE/MAX Realtron, Richard coaches the sales associates to the next level of their career. Richard is married with 4 grown children. He is a vegetarian and has completed 17 international marathons.
Alex Pilarski, Broker/Owner
While studying for a Science degree, Alex was introduced to the world of real estate in 1972 and it was love at first sight! His career objectives changed overnight but he continued with his course of studies and graduated from York University the following year with a B.Sc. degree. In 1974 he received his broker’s license and opened up Alex Pilarski Real Estate, becoming one of the youngest real estate brokers in Canada.
While youth and exuberance are admirable qualities, there was still a lot of experience to be learned and so he gave up his brokerage and joined one of Canada’s premier real estate companies as a manager in 1979. Under his management, his branch rose to become the #1 branch in Canada.
In 1985 he co-founded RE/MAX Realtron with his brother Richard. Together they have been awarded many top honors within the RE/MAX system, including Multiple Office Brokers of the Year, #1 RE/MAX in the world in 2012 (most transactions), International Broker Owners of the Year as well as the Prestigious Distinguished Service Award.
Alex has served on many committees of the Toronto Real Estate Board, including Ethics, Arbitration, MLS as well as the Vice Chairman of the Ethics Committee.
Along with the duties of managing corporate RE/MAX Realtron, he coaches the sales associates to the next level of their career and is a certified mentor with Buffini and Company as well as Rich Robbins International.
Alex is an avid athlete enjoying golf, tennis, basketball, and skiing.
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