Hey, I'm Curtis, and I've been a full-time REALTOR® in Regina since 2009
Here's a Little About Me
I've been a proud member of the Saskatchewan Realtors Association since 2009.
In that time I've handled close to 300 residential real estate transactions on behalf of doctors, lawyers, plumbers, flippers, seniors, retirees, first-timers, nervous buyers, anxious sellers, estate sales, out-of -province buyers, investors, average Joes and so many more.
I work among some of the brightest, most accomplished Realtors in the city at Realty Executives Diversified where I have access to a top-notch admin staff—hey Lindsey and Francine—and the always-solid guidance and support of our brokerage owners Chad and Neal.
I grew up in Regina and managed to stick around through the '90s when it seemed like everyone was loading up for the mountains. It was a decision I've never regretted.
I used to "flip" homes—buying and selling around 20 of them. I tore them apart (souvenir scars on my knuckles) and put them back together.
I don't judge. It doesn't matter if you have a budget of 100k or 500k, a nice home or an unfortunate one. Whether you're white, brown, young, old, single, married, straight or LGBQT. You want a better home, I can help.
I don't make people sign contracts they can't get out of, and I don't make promises I can't keep. I tell people the good news, the bad news, and any other news they need to make important decisions.
Oh, and I still play rec hockey after all these years! The boys recently moved me down to the 4th line, which is strange because we only have 6 forwards (hold for laughter). Just kidding, although I have been taking some shorter shifts these days, I only stay out until the other team scores.
Let's get to work,
Hey Curtis—why'd you call your website heycurtis.com?
The name came about for a couple of reasons. First, I wanted something that would help you remember me! There are around 400 (ouch) Realtors in Regina and with those kind of numbers I can’t afford to be easy to forget.
The other reason is that I hear it all the time. The most important part of my job is to give advice. When people have a question or need some direction they usually send me an email or text that starts “hey Curtis…” This is a website about answering questions so it seemed like a nice fit.