Florencia Estrada, national president of the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI, its acronym in Spanish), recently signed a letter of understanding forming a partnership to actively collaborate with the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).
This mutual agreement will allow the National AMPI to have a greater international presence with the aim of generating business beyond the borders of our country.
“This new alliance with CREA comes to favor the joint work between real estate agents from both countries. In addition, the agreement formally establishes cooperation between associations,” said Florencia Estrada, who is convinced that this agreement will benefit all its members.
The Canadian Real Estate Association (L’Association Canadienne de L’Immeuble) is one of the largest real estate groups in that country, and it proudly represents more than 150,000 members among brokers, agents and sellers’ agents, who work through 74 boards and real estate associations throughout Canada.
“We have been working to manage agreements and benefits for associates and affiliates with the aim of making membership more attractive and strengthening the participation of new participants in the sector, as well as to professionalize the real estate industry throughout the country.” —Florencia Estrada, national president of AMPI.