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Cornerstone Association of Realtors announces Julie Sergi as chair and collaboration with ITSO

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Last Tuesday, the Amalgamation Task Force (ATF) for the Cornerstone Association of Realtors (Cornerstone) announced the election of Julie Sergi as inaugural chair of its 2024/2025 board of directors. Sergi will begin her role on July 1, 2024.

With 9,000 members, Cornerstone is the second-largest real estate association in Ontario and includes realtors from the associations of Hamilton-Burlington, Mississauga, Simcoe and Waterloo regions.

Sergi, a broker with Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services, has been a member of the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) for 19 years, first elected to its board of directors in 2018 and re-elected for two more terms before being elected president-elect in 2023.

The ATF will elect a chair-elect at its next meeting.


‘Our goal is to be a transformative force in the real estate sector, surpassing the sum of our individual parts’


“I am thrilled and honoured to have been elected as the chair of the Cornerstone Association of Realtors,” says Sergi. “Our goal is to be a transformative force in the real estate sector, surpassing the sum of our individual parts. The local realtor is our north star, and community will be everything for us. This is just the beginning of our exciting journey, and we can’t wait to evolve and grow with our members as we build a brighter future for realtors together.”


Collaboration with ITSO


Cornerstone is collaborating with Information Technology Systems Ontario (ITSO) to provide enhanced MLS services and professional standards to its members. The new organization believes that all Ontario realtors must have access to all Ontario MLS information to fulfill their fiduciary duty of care to their clients.

Cornerstone says it welcomes data share agreements with any Ontario real estate board/association or listing platform and is committed to working collaboratively to deploy essential protections and security.


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