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A true leader in Ontario real estate: Royal LePage COO Karen Yolevski makes Storey’s 2023 list

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Karen Yolevski, COO of Royal LePage Real Estate Service Ltd. (the company’s corporate brokerage), was recognized on Storeys’ list of 2023’s most influential people in Ontario real estate.


Significant change-makers


This year’s list recognizes 20 people, organizations and associations changing the province’s industry. They’ve all significantly impacted the market through changing economic conditions. Other notable names include Toronto mayor Olivia Chow and Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem.

Last year’s list recognized those with the most significant impact on the industry and included Royal LePage president and CEO, Phil Soper.


A true leader, visionary and expert


Yolevski joined Royal LePage in 2021 and ever since has made invaluable contributions to both the company and the industry. Along with guiding the leadership teams at Royal LePage’s corporate brokerage locations, she offers expertise and market analysis as a spokesperson for the brand by regularly appearing in major Canadian national and regional news outlets.

Storeys recognized the COO for how she successfully guides her brokerage through turbulent market conditions, along with her strategic vision for the company that embraces innovative technology to boost productivity of both the brokerage and agents.


“Proud to keep Canadians informed and advocate for accessible housing options”


“It is a true honour to be recognized by Storeys alongside so many influential and accomplished professionals in the industry,” says Yolevski. “Considering the current economic climate, it has never been more important for policymakers, real estate industry leaders, developers and consumers to work together to find viable solutions to Ontario’s ongoing housing affordability and supply crisis.

I am proud to be part of Royal LePage’s efforts to keep Canadians informed, and to advocate for accessible housing options for all.”


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