A Tra­di­tion of Ex­cel­lence

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ap­ple doesn’t fall far from the tree. As the sons of the man who once owned Shipman Real Es­tate, the largest real es­tate com­pany in Ottawa, John and Ken Crep­pin have ba­si­cally been in the busi­ness since birth.

Now Re/Max Metro-City Realty agents with a com­bined 28 years in the in­dus­try, the Crep­pin broth­ers know a thing or twelve about sell­ing your home. Th­ese broth­ers alone sell over 100 homes a year, while the av­er­age agent gen­er­ally moves a mere 21.

So who do you want sell­ing your house? It cer­tainly can’t hurt to have th­ese broth­ers. They sell five times as many as their com­peti­tors. Other than ex­pe­ri­ence and sales, what fac­tors set the Crep­pins apart from oth­ers in the busi­ness?

“ You can hire an in­di­vid­ual agent,” says John, “or get the Crep­pin broth­ers and their whole team for the same fee.”

As Metro-City agents, the Crep­pins have the abil­ity to work from any of seven offices scat­tered in and around the cap­i­tal, en­abling them to build and main­tain re­la­tion­ships with pa­trons through­out the city of Ottawa and sur­round­ing ar­eas. They have also re­cently in­cluded Edna He­witt, a buyer agent with over 20 years ex­pe­ri­ence, to their team.

The Crep­pins have won nearly ev­ery award ever cre­ated by Re/Max to re­ward its agents for a job well done. Tes­ti­mo­ni­als at the broth­ers’ web­site (www.crep­pin.ca) range from the ba­nal to the sur­real and even the mirac­u­lous, as sug­gested by the Ottawa Ci­ti­zen’s Louise Rach­lis.

“John, be­lieve it when we say you per­formed a mir­a­cle,” wrote Kelly and Herve Lord. “A thank you isn’t big enough to de­scribe how much you helped us.” Amanda Far­quhar­son agreed with the Lord`s as­sess­ment, writ­ing: “ You were prompt, hon­est, at­ten­tive and un­der­stand­ing at all lev­els of the process.”

In ad­di­tion to the core ser­vices and shrewd ne­go­ti­at­ing skills made avail­able to you by the Crep­pin broth­ers, they also serve the com­mu­nity by do­nat­ing time, money and even com­pany ve­hi­cles to a num­ber of or­ga­ni­za­tions, in­clud­ing the Red Cross, CHEO and lo­cal hockey and soft­ball teams. We also spon­sor the Guide Dogs for the Blind to which we do­nate a dog ev­ery year at our an­nual Golf Tour­na­ment. For ev­ery trans­ac­tion the broth­ers make, a por­tion of the earn­ings goes to the Chil­dren’s Mir­a­cle Home Net­work.

John, be­lieve it when we say you per­formed a mir­a­cle. A thank you isn’t big enough to de­scribe how much you helped us.” — Kelly & Herve Lord

John & Ken Crep­pin, Sales Rep­re­sen­ta­tives

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