Stefan Ryzwanowicz

Sales Representative

Award Winning Real Estate Agent

Bachelor of Commerce in I.T.

​Marketing & Design Experience

​Years of Experience

​Clientele in Toronto,Mississauga,
Oakville, Milton,Brampton,

Burlington,Bradford, Ajax, Whitby

andso much more.​

About Royal Lepage Signature Realty and Royal Lepage Canada

Company profile

An Exceptional Experience


More than 50 years ago, Gord Slightham, a successful home builder by trade, had a vision to build a different kind of real estate company. Along with his son Ted, Gord opened the doors to Slightham Real Estate in 1965. While the name has changed, Gord and Ted’s vision remains as clear as ever: to create “An Exceptional Experience” for its real estate clients and an environment of success and support for its Realtors.

Professionalism and Pride


Over three generations, this vision continues to grow, and today, under the progressive leadership of Gord’s grandsons Chris and Jeff Slightham, the organisation has crystallized into a symbol of professionalism and pride. As a result, Royal LePage Signature Realty is recognised as a leader in greater Toronto real estate and a place where real estate professionals can grow and achieve their own personal vision of success.

The Signature Family


The dynamic company is home to more than 900 of the brightest professionals in Toronto area real estate, yet it is still rooted in the core family values of its founders. Integrity, commitment and dedication to the company, clients and each other are the cornerstones of the way they conduct business. “Our people,” says co-owner Chris Slightham, “are the best of the best. They are passionate to help others make the most of their real estate investment, and they are passionate about being the best they can be as real estate professionals.”

A Place to Thrive


Over three generations, this vision continues to grow, and today, under the progressive leadership of Gord’s grandsons Chris and Jeff Slightham, the organisation has crystallized into a symbol of professionalism and pride. As a result, Royal LePage Signature Realty is recognised as a leader in greater Toronto real estate and a place where real estate professionals can grow and achieve their own personal vision of success.

When people believe in themselves, there's no limit to what they can accomplish. Our goal is to provide every tool necessary for our realtors to meet and exceed their expectations.
- Chris Slightham, President



 

 

 

Royal LePage

 

The early years

 

1913 – Albert LePage founds A.E. LePage, and is the first Realtor in Canada to make a full-time business of selling homes. His staunch belief in personal service and commitment to innovation will transform the way real estate is sold.

 

1920 – Albert LePage helps establish the Toronto Real Estate Board to set professional standards in the industry.

 

1922 – Albert LePage helps found the Ontario Real Estate Association to organize real estate activities across the province, promote higher industry standards, protect the public from unscrupulous salespeople, and preserve property rights.

 

1940 – Albert LePage creates one of Toronto’s first subdivisions, dividing Lady Eaton’s Ardwold Gate Estate (near Toronto’s historic Casa Loma) into 30 lots.

 

1953 – Albert LePage retires, selling 80% of the company to his nephew, Jim Collett, and to his colleagues Brian McGee and Ron Sanderson.
Growth and expansion

 

1957 – President Gordon Gray orchestrates one of the most complex real estate deals to date, assembling land for the construction of the $125 million Toronto Dominion Centre. Buoyed by its success, A.E. LePage expands strongly into commercial real estate (operating today as Cushman & Wakefield LePage).

 

1964 – A.E. LePage offers a new service to help companies across Canada with employee relocations. (The service now operates under Royal LePage Relocation Services.)

 

The 1970s – A.E. LePage becomes a national real estate company, acquiring smaller companies across Canada and adding new services. It launches its first national advertising program, the Carriage Trade luxury properties program, the Town and Country Catalogue, and the quarterly Survey of Canadian House Prices. The company enters the United States marketplace with the acquisition of 20% of Coldwell Banker.

 

1984 – A.E. LePage merges with the real estate arm of Royal Trust to form Royal LePage, making it the largest real estate brokerage company in the country.

 

1987 – Royal LePage becomes a publicly traded company with the majority owner, Trilon Financial Corporation, holding 54% of the stock.

 

1994 – Royal LePage offers a franchise system, and rapidly grows its network by attracting leading independent brokerages and those from competing brands, including Johnston & Daniel.

 

1995 – Royal LePage launches www.royallepage.ca, “Canada’s Real Estate Portal,” which is one of the most popular real estate sites on the Internet.

 

1997 – Royal LePage further expands its network across Canada by acquiring Realty World Services, a national network of over 2,500 Realtors.

 

1998 – Royal LePage launches the Shelter Foundation, providing financial support to local shelters and offering education on violence prevention.

 

1999 – Royal LePage becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of Brascan Corporation.

 

2003 – The Royal LePage Franchise Services Fund is listed on the TSE. Royal LePage acquires Groupe Trans-Action, a Quebec realty firm with over 80 offices.

 

2006 – Our network of Realtors climbs to over 11,800. More and more franchisees and Realtors continue to join the network.