Ian Culligan is a real estate professional with Re/Max East Coast Elite in Fredericton. With over twenty-five years of success in assisting people with their residential and commercial real estate needs, Ian has extensive knowledge of local market trends. He shares the expertise of more than 40 RE/MAX professionals in providing his clients with the very best terms and value for their needs. Within the real estate profession, Ian is a member of the Fredericton Real Estate Board of Fredericton Inc. where he sits on the Education Committee; New Brunswick Real Estate Association; Canadian Real Estate Association and the Canadian Condominium Institute-New Brunswick Chapter.
In addition to his career as a real estate professional, Ian is President of Panda Consulting Services Inc., a firm that focuses on establishing and building strategic partnerships between government departments and agencies and international businesses interested in investing in business opportunities in Atlantic Canada.
Ian is also an immigration liaison and serves as an initial point of contact for immigrants to New Brunswick. Ian provides clients with an overview of the features and services of the community, coordinates meetings with key government departments and agencies at the municipal, provincial and federal levels, and assists newcomers in making Fredericton their home and business center.
Ian is proud to serve as a Business Ambassador for Fredericton and New Brunswick, and he takes pride in promoting the community, natural resources, and business opportunities available in the region.
In December 2015, Ian was appointed A Commissioner of Oaths by the Minister of Justice. This appointment was recently extended to December 31, 2025.
Ian is also very active volunteer member and/or director in the community including such organizations as Alexandria Lodge # 33, Antient & Accepted Scottish Rite, Luxor Shriners, Royal Order of Scotland, Multicultural Association of Fredericton Inc., National Association of Federal Retirees, Fredericton Branch # 4 Royal Canadian Legion and the Fredericton Executive Association.