RE/MAX Erie Shores Realty Welcomes New Owners Rhyus Reeves and Darryl Swarts

RE/MAX Erie Shores Realty - Welcome

After over 28 years of success as a RE/MAX Broker/Owner,  Brian Holden of RE/MAX Erie Shores Realty Inc. has announced his retirement. We thank Brian for his inspiring commitment and all he has done over the years to grow the RE/MAX brand in Norfolk County. Brian has been a wonderful partner with RE/MAX INTEGRA and we wish him the very best as he embarks on his well-deserved retirement.

Taking over the ship for Brian and with a combined 25 years of experience in the real estate industry, Rhyus Reeves and Darryl Swarts will continue RE/MAX Erie Shores’ real estate legacy as the new Broker/Owners. We are thrilled to welcome Rhyus and Darryl in this new role at the successful brokerage they have been a part of for 14 and 11 years.

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you

Proudly serving Norfolk County in Ontario, RE/MAX Erie Shores Realty Inc. is standing by its mission statement of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Rhyus and Darryl have supported numerous community events and organizations in the past such as the Yard Sale for the Cure event for the last ten years. Continuing on the tradition, Rhyus and Darryl will continue their support and commitment to local Norfolk charities as Broker/Owners.

As RE/MAX owners, Rhyus and Darryl are proud to have a team of new and young realtors, including 11 of the top 25 Agents in Norfolk. With three locations to service the large area of Simcoe and close Broker/Realtor support with up-to-date training and technology, Rhyus and Darryl are setting their Agents up for success.

Congratulations to Rhyus Reeves and Darryl Swarts on becoming Broker/Owners! We couldn’t be happier to be a supporter, advocate, and resource in your forever-growing business journey. With RE/MAX, your opportunities for success are truly endless.

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