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Royal LePage Wolstencroft Realty shows off new Willoughby digs

Royal LePage CEO Phil Soper and executive staff cut the ribbon on the new Wolstencroft Realty office on Willowbrook Drive.  - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
Royal LePage CEO Phil Soper and executive staff cut the ribbon on the new Wolstencroft Realty office on Willowbrook Drive.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times

Royal LePage Wolstencroft Realty showed off its new digs on Tuesday morning while also donating $10,000 to Langley’s Ishtar Transitional Housing Society.

The realty office held their official opening and ribbon cutting ceremony at 110 19925 Willowbrook Dr.

Under the direction of general manager Bridget Houghton and the new ownership of Jamie Schreder, Dave Jarvis, Clayton Lindberg and Leo Ronse, the office relocated to a more central location. The new office also provides more space to accommodate the team’s sales representatives. Phil Soper, the president and CEO of Royal LePage Canada, was in attendance.

The $10,000 donation was raised through activities and events the Royal LePage Wolsencroft sales representatives are involved with.

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