Bob Bellamy

Bob Bellamy

Sales Representative
CENTURY 21 Diamond Realty
  • 306-231-3078
  • 306-682-3997
  • 306-682-3996
  • 306-682-3997
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Welcome to My Website and to Humboldt and Area

As a CENTURY 21® Real Estate professional, I am dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service possible. My personal knowledge of Humboldt and area and the local Real Estate market is combined with the power of the CENTURY 21 brand - the most recognized name in Real Estate today.

Let me assist you in finding your  home, in an area that is right for you, and in the price range you want. Or if you are interested in selling a property, I also have the expertise to help you get the fastest sale possible and at the best price.

I look forward to the opportunity of working for you!

Check out the following website as it explains the process involved in purchasing/selling a home.

http://www.crea.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Homebuyers_Road_Map_EN_2015_web.pdf

Here is a good calculator to use when deciding about affordabiity and the cost of a mortgage. It allows you to compare two possible situations, interest rates etc,  side by side.

https://www.realtor.ca/Residential/calculator.aspx

Heard about the possibility of Radon gas in your home? Click on the following link from Health Canada to get the facts.

http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/pubs/radiation/radon_brochure/index-eng.php

 

Personal Background

I was born and raised in Regina where I attended the University of Regina and graduated with my Bachelor of Education. I began my teaching career in the vibrant community of LeRoy in 1974 and then in 1981 secured employment at Humboldt Collegiate Institute. I taught at the Collegiate for 30 years and retired just before they moved into the new building. I thoroughly enjoyed my teaching career as I had the opportunity to meet so many people, teach and coach many young adults and work with a great bunch of teachers and support staff.  

One of the aims of education is to instill in students and adults the desire for continuous education and learning. I am a strong believer in this and so when I decided that I wanted to enter a new career, real estate was at the top of my list. The opportunity presented itself to work with an excellent organization and respected and dedicated people and so upon completion of the required courses, I became a certified residential salesperson.  Enthusiasm, passion, meeting and helping others were key components of my teaching career along with organizational and time management skills. Combine this with the marketing courses as well as continuous upgrading and I will provide you with excellent service.

Personal Interests

I enjoy reading, the Riders, volunteering, camping, fishing, canoeing, biking, astronomy, soccer and of course spending time with my family and friends.

Community Involvement

 

 Co Chair of  Habitat for Humanity, Humboldt Chapter

Habitat for Humanity Humboldt Chapter began the construction of a duplex for two families in July 2012. On February 1, 2013, the famiilies moved in.

The following is from the Progress Report that was written in February 2013:

"Great news! The families moved in on February 1 to a completed duplex built by  volunteers from Humboldt and area under the supervision of Site Manager Tim Prytula. Actual construction of the Habitat for Humanity duplex — each side has four bedrooms over 1,900 square feet on both floors — on the east side of Humboldt began in July, 2012." 

Go to  discoverhumboldt.com and search Key Ceremony Habitat which occurred on February 8, 2013. 

Picture and radio clips included. Also search for Habitat for Humanity for past information

It was a successful build that allowed two families to purchase affordable housing.  

Both myself and the other Co Chair have chosen to step aside and let another one or two Chairs lead  the next build.

  Habitat Co Chairs Receive Donation from Senior Citizen Organization

Seniors deliver goods

On November 29, Ivan Buehler (left) and Bob Bellamy accepted a cheque for $500 on behalf of Habitat for Humanity from Humboldt Senior Citizens Club president Marguerite Cunningham. Seniors from the Humboldt club and the Humboldt Broncos’ team members conjointly ran a fundraising dinner in October in aid of the housing project.

 

  Past Vice President of Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters Board of Directors

At the Big Brothers Big Sisters (Humboldt and area) annual meeting April 17, a final photo was taken of the board before three long-standing members resigned this year. Back row, from left: Deryk Meszaros (treasurer), Yvonne Cody, Bob Bellamy, (vice-president), Stacey Poss (executive director). Front row from left: Elaine Zimmer, Corie Hetzel, Amy Hogemann (case worker), Shirley Armstrong (president). Missing from photo: Lonita Schuler, Jennifer Fox-Brook.

In summer 2014, BBBS of Humboldt joined with Saskatoon as a satellite affiliate,  and the Board was discontinued. However, I still like to stay involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters and in particular be a regular fundraiser, worker and participant in Bowl for Kids Sake. This February, 2016, the theme was Super Heroes and I decided to bowl as Captain Canada. It did not help my score but the Century 21 Diamond Realty agents had fun and raised some money for BBBS.

For more information on the successful event, go to: http://www.discoverhumboldt.com/com-commedia-elements/local/9718-bbbs-wraps-up-another-successful-bowl-for-kids-sake

 

                Bob Bellamy of Century 21 dressed as Captain Canada for Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids Sake.

 

Past organizer of the Terry Fox Run, along with the HCI girls' soccer team, for the city of Humboldt for 6 years. Participant in the Run for over 30 years.

 

 Terry Fox Run Organizers HCI Girls Soccer Team

Participants at the annual Terry Fox Run in Humboldt started off together in the A&W parking lot on September 19. This was the 30th year for the run in Canada.

 

 Treasurer of the Humboldt and Area Drug Action Committee.

 

Canvass for Saskatchewan Diabetes Association.

 

Soccer coach of HCI's first SHSAA (Sask. High School Athletic Association) Sportsmanship Award

 

Education

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education, University of Regina

ASR- Real Estate licensing courses

CREATE 21 course: March 2012

Ethics Education, Realtor Code: October 1, 2012

Mandatory Forms Completion Course: October 16, 2013

ASR - CPD (Continuing Professional Development) course:  April 2012, November 2013, November 2014, April 2015, November 2015

Rob Vivian Coaching real estate February to May 2016

Specialties

I have experience in both residential and acreages.

Professional Awards

SILVER MEDALLION 2013

 

Century 21 Outstanding Achievement Award of Excellence

In Recognition of Outstanding Performance for the six months ending December 31, 2013

 

Century 21 Outstanding Achievement Award of Excellence

In Recognition of Outstanding Performance for the Fourth Quarter, 2013

 

GOLD MEDALLION®    2012

Offices qualify for GOLD MEDALLION status by earning between $1,146,000 and $1,748,999 in GCC or between 254 and 399 award units within a calendar year. GOLD MEDALLION offices receive a certificate and recognition at the annual CENTURY 21 Canada award event.

 

Per Person Productivity   2012

This award is presented to those companies who fully embrace strategic planning with a focus on achieving measureable success through consistent, individual production. Based on Per Person Productivity (PPP), an office’s sales representatives must meet a monthly average criteria of at least two (2) award units. The Company must also have an annual minimum average of five (5) sales representatives per month. In order to qualify for this award, the office must be open and operating as a CENTURY 21 Franchise for the full calendar year.

 2012 Chamber of Commerce Mark of Excellence winner in Marketing Category.

  • An honour bestowed to a business that demonstrates exceptional performance in the execution of a successful marketing strategy.

2012 Saskatchewan ABEX Award Finalist for Marketing

  • The Achievement for Business Excellence Award for Marketing is awarded to the business demonstarting exceptional performance in the execution of a successful marketing strategy.

 

Professional Background

As the Co Chair of Habitat for Humanity, Humboldt Chapter, we were a member of the Humboldt and District Chamber of Commerce while the project was on. 

Moving Checklist

 

Go to Service Canada to change your address for the following: Canada Revenue Agency, Canada Post (306-682-2432), Canadian Firearms Centre

 

            www.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/lifeevents/moving.shtml

 

Notify the following if they apply:

 

   Friends and relatives

 

   Accountant

 

   Attorney

 

   Doctor ( Immunization records etc, ask for referral to new location)

 

   Dentist ( Records, ask for referral to new location)

 

   Insurance Agent (fire, auto and life)

 

   School (notify schools and have the records transferred)

 

   Bank/Credit Union

 

   Credit Card Company(s)

 

   Magazines/Newspapers (Star Phoenix, Humboldt Journal)

 

   Businesses with whom you have charge accounts, Rental Companies

 

At least ONE MONTH BEFORE

 

   Gather boxes, tape, moving supplies

 

   Fill any prescriptions needed during the move

 

   Make sure to use up food in the fridge/freezer

 

   Do an inventory of all possessions

 

   Video/Photogragh your valuables: note condition of each one

 

   Start packing items you do not use on a regular basis

 

   Have a garage sale or take to ‘recycle’ /charity stores

 

   Get rid of hazardous goods

 

   Return all the items you borrowed and get back what you loaned

 

   Arrange for short-term or long-term storage if required

 

   Notify Internet and “Cable” supplier

 

   Notify child care services

 

   Notify SGI (Driver’s License and vehicle registration change of Address)

 

   Saskatchewan Health: 1-800-667-7551 (Address Change , Registration)

 

 WEEK of the MOVE

 

  Collect important papers, valuables, from safe deposit box

 

  Defrost fridge and freezer, clean appliances, curtains

 

  Clean house

 

   Place all TV, Video Game, DVD controls in a marked box

 

   Return library books!

 

   Pick up the mail (already did a change of address?)

 

 

Utilities: Advise these utilities at least one week prior to possession so that they can hook up meters and be aware of the disconnect.

 

Water hookup and meter deposit: Humboldt 306-682-2525 Muenster 306-682-2794   Lanigan 306-365-2809  Watson 306-287-3224

 

Landline Phone: Sask Tel: 1-800-727-5835   Shaw: 1-888-472-2222 - Allow 2 weeks for transfer of an existing phone or for installation of a new phone.

 

Heating: Sask Energy: 1-800-567-8899

 

Electricity: Sask Power: 1-888-757-6937

 

 

 

Internet/Cable: Shaw Direct 1-888-554-7827

                          SaskTel 1-800-727-5835                                    

                          Bell Expressvu: 1-888-759-3474

                          Access 1-866-363-2225

 

 

 

ExpressAddress.com: Check out this website for a convenient way to notify multiple Saskatchewan organizations of your move.

 

 

 

 

Century 21 Diamond Realty received Gold Medallion for 2012 and Per Person Productivity Award for 2012

  • 2013 - Masters Silver

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