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London and St. Thomas Association of  REALTORS®<br />History Timeline – 1880 – Present  -<br />
London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline: 1880 - 1920<br />1880s - Concept of an informal associa...
London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline: 1880 - 1920<br />NationalAssociationof REALTORS®formed<...
London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline: 1921 - 1942<br />1921 - Real Estate Boards incorporated...
London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline: 1921 - 1942<br />Movement to create Canadian Associatio...
LSTAR History Timeline: 1954 - 1960<br />1943 - First constitution of CAREB.   <br />1944 <br /><ul><li>First CAREB Confer...
Term “REALTOR®” adopted for use by CAREB members.</li></ul>1947 - Provincial proficiency exams made mandatory.<br />1950s ...
CAREB forms an MLS® committee to develop bylaws governing the use of an MLS® system
Hamilton introduces the Photo Co-Op Listing Service.</li></ul>1953 - Stratford Real Estate Board established.<br />
London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline: 1943 - 1953<br /><ul><li> Hamilton introduces the Photo...
 CAREB forms an MLS® committee to develop by-laws governing the use of an MLS® system.</li></ul>Co-Op Listing Arrangement ...
LSTAR History Timeline: 1954 - 1960<br />1954 - OREA starts educational program at 4 Ontario locations.<br />Sept. 17 - LR...
LREB adopts and advertises the term “Photo Co-op”; also it purchases its own Multilith Machine</li></ul>1959 <br /><ul><li...
First Registrant of REBBA is Londoner Harold Tanton.</li></ul>1960 <br /><ul><li>Cornwall, Ottawa, Kingston and Brockville...
the Vancouver Real Estate Board registers MLS® as a trademark;
LREB Bowling League started.</li></li></ul><li>London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline : 1954 - ...
 The Vancouver Real Estate Board registers MLS® as a trademark.</li></ul>OREA starts an educational program at four differ...
 Salesmen’s Division (Marketing Division) formed.
 LREB purchases its own Multilith Machine.
 LREB adopts and advertises the term “Photo Co-op.”</li></ul>LREB Bowling League started<br />Sept. 17 – the London Real E...
 First Registrar of REBBA is Londoner Harold Tanton</li></li></ul><li>LSTAR History Timeline : 1961 - 1970<br />1961 <br /...
Salesmen’s Division holds first Annual Banquet at Seven Dwarfs Restaurant.</li></ul>1962 <br /><ul><li>The legal battle ov...
Kwiksort system adopted by LREB; </li></ul>1963<br /><ul><li>Official launch of the national use of the MLS® term;
LREB starts delivery service (“Board Bag.”) and forms the first real estate credit union in Canada;
Stratford Real Estate Board incorporates.</li></ul>1965 - Construction begins on 311 Oxford St.<br />1967 - Official openi...
LREB and the St. Thomas & District Real Estate Board amalgamate to form the London and  St. Thomas Real Estate Board.</li>...
 LREB forms a Credit Union – first real estate credit union in Canada.</li></ul>LREB and the St. Thomas and District Real ...
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  1. 1. London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS®<br />History Timeline – 1880 – Present -<br />
  2. 2. London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline: 1880 - 1920<br />1880s - Concept of an informal association of local real estate agents originates in U.S.<br />1880 - Vancouver Real Estate Board established. <br />1903 - Winnipeg Real Estate Board established.<br />1908 - National Association of REALTORS® formed.<br />1911 - Real estate office opens in Port Stanley.<br />1918 - The Windsor Essex County Real Estate Board incorporated.<br />1919 - Bert Weir opens his real estate office at 7 Market Lane.<br />1920 - Toronto Real Estate Board established. <br />
  3. 3. London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline: 1880 - 1920<br />NationalAssociationof REALTORS®formed<br />Concept of an informalassociation of local real estate agents originates in the U.S.<br />Toronto Real Estate Board established<br />Vancouver Real Estate Board established<br />Winnipeg Real Estate Board established<br />Real estate office opens in Port Stanley<br />The Windsor – Essex County Real Estate Board, the oldest Real Estate Board in Ontario, incorporated<br />Bert Weir opens his real estate office at 7 Market Lane<br />
  4. 4. London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline: 1921 - 1942<br />1921 - Real Estate Boards incorporated in Ottawa, Hamilton, Regina and Victoria.<br />1922 - OAREB formed. <br />1930s - Act for Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salesmen comes into effect.<br />1935 - Movement to create CAREB (now CREA) begins. <br />1936 - London Real Estate Board chartered.<br />1937 - OAREB establishes its first permanent office in Toronto.<br />1942 - Sarnia Real Estate Board established.<br />
  5. 5. London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline: 1921 - 1942<br />Movement to create Canadian Association of Real Estate Boards (CAREB, now CREA) begins.<br />Real Estate Boards incorporated in Ottawa, Hamilton, Regina and Victoria<br />OAREB establishes its first permanent office in Toronto.<br />Act for Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salesmen comes into effect.<br />Ontario Association of Real Estate Boards (OAREB) <br />Sarnia Real Estate Board established<br />London Real Estate Board chartered.<br />
  6. 6. LSTAR History Timeline: 1954 - 1960<br />1943 - First constitution of CAREB. <br />1944 <br /><ul><li>First CAREB Conference, in Niagara Falls;
  7. 7. Term “REALTOR®” adopted for use by CAREB members.</li></ul>1947 - Provincial proficiency exams made mandatory.<br />1950s - Co-Op Listing Arrangement introduced by NAR, adopted in Canada first by TREB.<br />1951 - Co-operative Division (later MLS®) initiated. <br />1952 <br /><ul><li>M.S. Snyder employed as Board’s 1st full-time Secretary-Treasurer;
  8. 8. CAREB forms an MLS® committee to develop bylaws governing the use of an MLS® system
  9. 9. Hamilton introduces the Photo Co-Op Listing Service.</li></ul>1953 - Stratford Real Estate Board established.<br />
  10. 10. London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline: 1943 - 1953<br /><ul><li> Hamilton introduces the Photo Co-Op Listing Service;
  11. 11. CAREB forms an MLS® committee to develop by-laws governing the use of an MLS® system.</li></ul>Co-Op Listing Arrangement introduced by NAR, adopted in Canada first by TREB; Promoted by CAREB and practised in some large Canadian cities.<br />First CAREB Conference, in Niagara Falls (Term “REALTOR®” adopted for use by CAREB members)<br />Co-operative Division (later MLS®) initiated, March 1<br />Provincial proficiency exams made mandatory<br />First constitution of the CAREB drawn up<br />Stratford Real Estate Board established<br />M.S. Snyder employed as Board’s 1st full-time Secretary-Treasurer<br />
  12. 12. LSTAR History Timeline: 1954 - 1960<br />1954 - OREA starts educational program at 4 Ontario locations.<br />Sept. 17 - LREB incorporated. <br />1955 - Board purchases the office at 580 Adelaide Street.<br />1956 - Woodstock Real Estate Board established.<br />1957 - Michael Campbell replaces M.S. Snyder upon his retirement.<br />1958 <br /><ul><li>Salesmen’s Division (Marketing Division) formed; first LREB Annual General Review produced.
  13. 13. LREB adopts and advertises the term “Photo Co-op”; also it purchases its own Multilith Machine</li></ul>1959 <br /><ul><li>First full-time Co-op Photographer hired: Jesse Wood-Shaw;
  14. 14. First Registrant of REBBA is Londoner Harold Tanton.</li></ul>1960 <br /><ul><li>Cornwall, Ottawa, Kingston and Brockville Boards agree to create the Eastern Ontario Photo Co-Op Service;
  15. 15. the Vancouver Real Estate Board registers MLS® as a trademark;
  16. 16. LREB Bowling League started.</li></li></ul><li>London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline : 1954 - 1960<br /><ul><li>Cornwall, Ottawa, Kingston and Brockville Boards agree to create the Eastern Ontario Photo Co-Op Service;
  17. 17. The Vancouver Real Estate Board registers MLS® as a trademark.</li></ul>OREA starts an educational program at four different locations in the Province<br />Woodstock Real Estate Board established<br />Board purchases the office at 580 Adelaide Street<br />Michael Campbell replaces M.S. Snyder upon his retirement<br /><ul><li>First LREB Annual General Review produced.
  18. 18. Salesmen’s Division (Marketing Division) formed.
  19. 19. LREB purchases its own Multilith Machine.
  20. 20. LREB adopts and advertises the term “Photo Co-op.”</li></ul>LREB Bowling League started<br />Sept. 17 – the London Real Estate Board incorporated by Letters Patent issued by the Provincial Secretary of the Province of Ontario<br /><ul><li>First full-time Co-op Photographer hired: Jesse Wood-Shaw.
  21. 21. First Registrar of REBBA is Londoner Harold Tanton</li></li></ul><li>LSTAR History Timeline : 1961 - 1970<br />1961 <br /><ul><li>Bert Weir, “The Father of Real Estate in London,” dies.
  22. 22. Salesmen’s Division holds first Annual Banquet at Seven Dwarfs Restaurant.</li></ul>1962 <br /><ul><li>The legal battle over the use of the word “co-op” comes to a head with registration of the MLS® trademark being transferred to CAREB;
  23. 23. Kwiksort system adopted by LREB; </li></ul>1963<br /><ul><li>Official launch of the national use of the MLS® term;
  24. 24. LREB starts delivery service (“Board Bag.”) and forms the first real estate credit union in Canada;
  25. 25. Stratford Real Estate Board incorporates.</li></ul>1965 - Construction begins on 311 Oxford St.<br />1967 - Official opening of 311 Oxford.<br />1969 - First Sales-O-Rama organized by Salesmen’s Division.<br />1970<br /><ul><li>CAREB becomes CREA;
  26. 26. LREB and the St. Thomas & District Real Estate Board amalgamate to form the London and St. Thomas Real Estate Board.</li></li></ul><li>London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline : 1961 - 1970<br />Official launch of the national use of the phrase MLS® instead of Photo Co-op.<br />CAREB becomes CREA<br />The registration of the MLS® trademark is transferred to CAREB.<br />Canada’s Centennial Year<br /><ul><li>LREB starts delivery service (“Board Bag”);
  27. 27. LREB forms a Credit Union – first real estate credit union in Canada.</li></ul>LREB and the St. Thomas and District Real Estate Board form LSTREB<br /><ul><li>Bert Weir, “The Father of Real Estate in London,” dies;
  28. 28. Salesmen’s Division holds first Annual Banquet at Seven Dwarfs Restaurant.</li></ul>Kwiksort system adopted by LREB<br />First Sales-O-Rama organized by Salesmen’s Division<br />Construction begins on <br />311 Oxford Street<br />Official opening of 311 Oxford<br />Building.<br />
  29. 29. LSTAR History Timeline : 1961 - 1970<br />1971 - First Regional Conference of Region 1 held in Chatham. <br />1972 <br /><ul><li>New educational requirements for entry into real estate profession in ON;
  30. 30. President of Marketing Division allowed to attend Brokers meetings;
  31. 31. Marketing Division and Brokers hold their first meetings in St. Thomas.</li></ul>1973 - Free Teela service.<br />1974 <br /><ul><li>Legislation proposed under the Combines Act;
  32. 32. Directors’ Liability Insurance introduced. </li></ul>1977 - CREA obtains national trademark registration for the phrase Multiple Listing Service®.<br />1980 <br /><ul><li>Conversion to new Supra Lock Box System and the use of Title Key Lease Agreement form;
  33. 33. First Public Info session on how to buy a home at Board Office.</li></li></ul><li>London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline : 1971 - 1980<br />CREA obtains national trademark registration for the phrase Multiple Listing Service®. <br />Ontario government makes drastic new educational requirements for entry into real estate profession<br />Legislation proposed under the Combines Act (predecessor to the Competition Act).<br />First Regional Conference of Region 1 held in Chatham<br />Free Teela service<br /><ul><li> Conversion to new Supra Lock Box System and use of the Title Key Lease Agreement form;
  34. 34. First Public Info session on how to buy a home at Board Office.
  35. 35. President of Marketing Division allowed to attend Brokers meetings;
  36. 36. Marketing Division and Brokers held their first meetings in St. Thomas.</li></ul>Directors’ Liability Insurance introduced<br />
  37. 37. LSTAR History Timeline : 1981 - 1985<br />1980s - CREA launches a Board computerization project <br />1981<br /><ul><li>The Leader of Opposition - guest speaker at a meeting held at the Paddock.
  38. 38. Completion of Management by Objectives by all committees.
  39. 39. Purchase of a mini-computer.
  40. 40. Signs of trouble with Credit Union. </li></ul>1982 <br /><ul><li>LSTREB looks into computerizing MLS®.
  41. 41. Karen Dianne Baldwin, daughter of broker members Bill and Marion Baldwin, crowned Miss Universe.
  42. 42. President Ron Annis wins a seat on London’s Board of Control.
  43. 43. More credit union problems.
  44. 44. 1984  
  45. 45. In-house computer system installed; Membership & Accounting goes on-line.
  46. 46. Ontario’s 200th anniversary.
  47. 47. Texas Instrument T1707 chosen as terminal for brokers.
  48. 48. Computer Committee produces communication networks for all terminals, on-line user manuals and on-line training seminars.</li></li></ul><li>LSTAR History Timeline : 1981 - 1985<br /> 1980s - CREA launches a Board computerization project <br /><ul><li>In-house computer system installed; Membership & Accounting goes on-line.
  49. 49. Ontario’s 200th anniversary.
  50. 50. Texas Instrument T1707 chosen as terminal for brokers.
  51. 51. Computer Committee produces communication networks for all terminals, on-line user manuals and on-line training seminars.
  52. 52. The Leader of Opposition - guest speaker at a meeting held at the Paddock.
  53. 53. Purchase of a mini computer.
  54. 54. Signs of trouble with Credit Union.
  55. 55. LSTREB looks into computerizing MLS®.
  56. 56. Karen Dianne Baldwin, daughter of broker members Bill and Marion Baldwin, crowned Miss Universe.
  57. 57. President Ron Annis won a seat on London’s Board of Control.
  58. 58. More credit union problems. </li></li></ul><li>LSTAR History Timeline : 1986 - 1990<br />1986<br /><ul><li>New Competition Act passes.
  59. 59. Arrangement with City to dump assessment and tax info from City to LSTREB computer by 1987.</li></ul>1987<br /><ul><li>Major conversion to new MLS® processing system.
  60. 60. Competition Bureau walks in on LSTREB and seizes its files. </li></ul>1988 <br /><ul><li>Prohibition Order comes into effect on December 20.
  61. 61. OREA launches an articling program.
  62. 62. Liz Condie hired to replace Mike Campbell as Executive Officer.</li></ul>1989<br /><ul><li>Membership peaks at 1,678. All time high.</li></ul>1990 <br /><ul><li>CREA’s new MLS® Futures Task Force starts exploring new technologies.
  63. 63. GST introduced.
  64. 64. LSTREB buys lot at 342 Commissioners Road W. for its new building.
  65. 65. OREA starts to look into the regionalization of MLS®.
  66. 66. Bylaw, Rules & Regs and Policy Manual revised.</li></li></ul><li>London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline : 1986 - 1990<br /><ul><li> Prohibition Order comes into effect on December 20.
  67. 67. OREA launches an articling program.
  68. 68. CREA’s new MLS® Futures Task Force starts exploring new technologies.
  69. 69. GST introduced.
  70. 70. OREA starts to look into the regionalization of MLS®.</li></ul> Competition Bureau walks in on LSTREB and seizes its files<br />Competition Act passes<br />Major conversion to new MLS® processing system.<br />Membership peaks at 1,678. All time high.<br /><ul><li>LSTREB buys lot at 342 Commissioners Road West for its new building.
  71. 71. Bylaw, Rules & Regs and Policy Manual revised.</li></ul>Arrangement with City to dump assessment and tax info from City to LSTREB computer by 1987<br />Liz Condie hired to replace Mike Campbell as Executive Officer<br />
  72. 72. LSTAR History Timeline : 1991 - 1994<br />1991<br /><ul><li>New building at 342 Commissioners Road W., which gets the Urban Design Award.</li></ul>1992<br /><ul><li>Commission Trust Plan approved.
  73. 73. “Homes for Hope” pin program started.
  74. 74. Betty Doré replaces Liz Condie as EO.
  75. 75. Canadian flag outside LSTREB dedicated – response to Quebec Separatism issue.</li></ul>1993<br /><ul><li>First year for supporting Habitat for Humanity.
  76. 76. Regional Access Agreement.
  77. 77. Buyer Agency.
  78. 78. LSTREB participates in HALT (Hold All London Taxes).
  79. 79. Strategic Alliances with: LDI, London District Building and Construction Trades Council, LPMA, AIC, LHBA, REIC and CCI.
  80. 80. First Region 1 Sales-a-rama held at London’s new Convention Centre.</li></ul>1994 <br /><ul><li>LSTREB goes on electronic key box system.</li></li></ul><li>LSTAR History Timeline : 1991 - 1994<br /> Commission Trust Plan approved<br /><ul><li> Regional Access Agreement.
  81. 81. Buyer Agency.
  82. 82. First Region 1 Sales-a-rama held at London’s new Convention Centre.</li></ul>New building at 342 Commissioners Road W., which gets the Urban Design Award<br /><ul><li> First year for supporting Habitat for Humanity.
  83. 83. LSTREB participates in HALT (Hold All London Taxes).
  84. 84. Strategic Alliances with: LDI, London District Building and Construction Trades Council, LPMA, AIC, LHBA, REIC and CCI.
  85. 85. Betty Doré replaces Liz Condie as EO.
  86. 86. “Homes for Hope” pin program started.
  87. 87. Canadian flag outside LSTREB dedicated .</li></ul>LSTREB goes on electronic key box system.<br />
  88. 88. LSTAR History Timeline : 1995 - 1998<br />1995<br /><ul><li>Agency Disclosure made mandatory, Jan. 1.
  89. 89. First woman president: Debbie Collins.
  90. 90. President of OREA is LSTREB Member Rose Leroux</li></ul>1996<br /><ul><li>Fax on demand system (REALFax)
  91. 91. First St. Thomas President – Dennis Broome.
  92. 92. Won GE Community Service Award.
  93. 93. LSTREB becomes an Open Board on Interboard system</li></ul>1997<br /><ul><li>RECO established.
  94. 94. LSTREB becomes MLS® Provider for Tillsonburg.
  95. 95. www.lstreb.com registered.</li></ul>1998<br /><ul><li>Prohibition Order lifted.
  96. 96. 1st Homes for Hope Bonspiel.
  97. 97. Photo Library established.</li></li></ul><li>LSTAR History Timeline : 1995 - 1998<br /><ul><li> Agency Disclosure made mandatory on Jan. 1.
  98. 98. President of OREA is LSTREB Member Rose Leroux.</li></ul>RECO established <br />First woman president: Debbie Collins.<br /><ul><li> LSTREB becomes MLS® Provider for Tillsonburg.
  99. 99. www.lstreb.com registered.
  100. 100. Fax on demand system (REALFax);
  101. 101. First St. Thomas President – Dennis Broome;
  102. 102. Won GE Community Service Award;
  103. 103. LSTREB becomes an Open Board on Interboard system.
  104. 104. 1st Homes for Hope Bonspiel.
  105. 105. Photo Library established.</li></li></ul><li>LSTAR History Timeline : 1999 - 2003<br />1999<br /><ul><li>Presentation of $27,000 to Finance Minister Paul Martin – Debt Reduction Campaign.
  106. 106. Won the BMO Charity Challenge.</li></ul>2000 <br /><ul><li>MCE made mandatory.
  107. 107. Paper Dailies eliminated.</li></ul>2001<br /><ul><li>MLS® catalogue replaced with optional user-paid catalogues.
  108. 108. CREA launches cls.ca – LSTREB one of the first Boards to go live.</li></ul>2002<br /><ul><li>Ontario Real Estate College formed
  109. 109. LSTREB converts to Filogix and MMSI.
  110. 110. Computer training lab built.</li></ul>2003<br /><ul><li>IDX launched - 1st Board in Ontario and 2nd in Canada.
  111. 111. LSTREB converts to new Supra DisplayKey (Dkey) system.
  112. 112. Geowarehouse on-line Land Registry replaces Teelapoint.
  113. 113. LSTAR wins CREA’s first PAC Team Award.</li></li></ul><li>London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline : 1999 - 2003<br />Presentation of $27,000 to Finance Minister Paul Martin – Debt Reduction Campaign.<br /> MCE made mandatory<br />Ontario Real Estate College formed <br />Paper Dailies eliminated.<br /><ul><li> IDX launched - 1st Board in Ontario and 2nd in Canada.
  114. 114. LSTREB converts to new Supra DisplayKey (Dkey) system.
  115. 115. Geowarehouse on-line Land Registry replaces Teelapoint.
  116. 116. LSTAR wins CREA’s first PAC Team Award.
  117. 117. LSTREB converts to Filogix and MMSI.
  118. 118. Computer training lab built.
  119. 119. MLS® catalogue replaced with optional user-paid catalogues.
  120. 120. CREA launches cls.ca - LSTREB one of the first Boards to go live.</li></ul>LSTREB wins the BMO Charity Challenge.<br />
  121. 121. LSTAR History Timeline : 2004 - 2008<br />2004<br /><ul><li>Privacy audit undertaken to comply with PIPEDA.
  122. 122. Marketing Division dissolved after 46 years.
  123. 123. LSTREB Regional Commercial Council established.
  124. 124. Voting Structure expanded
  125. 125. “Quality of Life” philosophy adopted.</li></ul>2005<br /><ul><li>Data Management Exchange or DMX
  126. 126. First one-member-one-vote election.</li></ul>2006<br /><ul><li>LSTREB re-branded; name changed to LSTAR.
  127. 127. www.lstar.ca launched.</li></ul>2007<br /><ul><li>First “Home at Last” renovation completed – 836 Lovett St.
  128. 128. Launch of Project Connect.
  129. 129. Unity Project becomes new principal beneficiary.
  130. 130. LSTAR supports the Every REALTOR® Campaign.
  131. 131. TouchBase introduced.</li></ul>2008<br /><ul><li>mls.ca changed to REALTOR.ca.
  132. 132. Global Financial Crisis</li></li></ul><li>LSTAR History Timeline : 2004 - 2008<br /><ul><li> mls.ca changed to REALTOR.ca.
  133. 133. Global Financial Crisis.
  134. 134. Data Management Exchange or DMX.
  135. 135. First one-member-one-vote election.
  136. 136. LSTREB re-branded; name changed to LSTAR.
  137. 137. www.lstar.ca launched.
  138. 138. Privacy audit undertaken to comply with PIPEDA.
  139. 139. Marketing Division dissolved after 46 years.
  140. 140. LSTREB Regional Commercial Council established.
  141. 141. Voting Structure expanded
  142. 142. “Quality of Life” philosophy adopted.
  143. 143. First “Home at Last” renovation completed – 836 Lovett St.
  144. 144. Launch of Project Connect.
  145. 145. Unity Project becomes new principal beneficiary.
  146. 146. LSTAR supports the Every REALTOR® Campaign.
  147. 147. TouchBase introduced.</li></li></ul><li>LSTAR History Timeline : 2009 - 2010<br />2009<br /><ul><li>Supra’s new ActiveKey implemented.
  148. 148. LSTAR and CREA partner in sponsoring Real Estate, the Play at the Grand Theatre.
  149. 149. LSTAR takes its first Social Media plunge.
  150. 150. First Don Smith Commercial Building Awards.
  151. 151. Quality of Life Award presented to the Hon. Steve Peters.</li></ul>2010<br /><ul><li>CREA negotiates settlement with Competition Bureau over issue of “mere postings”.
  152. 152. Tech Helpline added to services.
  153. 153. Realty Watch program initiated.
  154. 154. 15 Boards participating in Project Connect.
  155. 155. Second “Home at Last” project completed – 57 Burslem St.</li></li></ul><li>London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® - History Timeline : 2009 - 2010<br />CREA and LSTAR partner in sponsoring Real Estate, the Play at the Grand Theatre.<br />CREA negotiates settlement with Competition Bureau over issue of “mere postings”.<br /><ul><li> Tech Helpline added to services.
  156. 156. Realty Watch program initiated.
  157. 157. 15 Boards participating in Project Connect.
  158. 158. Second “Home at Last” project completed – 57 Burslem St.
  159. 159. Supra’s new ActiveKey implemented.
  160. 160. LSTAR takes its first Social Media plunge.
  161. 161. First Don Smith Commercial Building Awards.
  162. 162. Quality of Life Award presented to the Hon. Steve Peters.</li></li></ul><li>London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS®<br />– 1936 –2011 –<br />75 years of giving back to the London and St. Thomas communities<br />

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