Maybe it’s my lifelong relationship with real estate or my love for the neighbourhood I’ve lived in for so many years, but to me, being a Toronto realtor is about more than just buying and selling homes.
Here’s how I became your local Toronto realtor:
A STRONG FOUNDATION
Growing up, my family was actively involved in the real estate and construction industries in Montreal; my mother is a real estate agent and my father was a contractor. From a young age, I would join my father on his job sites and quickly learned everything I could about construction from the ground up.
Over the years, my role progressed from cleaning up after the crew to managing projects. I still felt drawn to real estate, so I took my construction expertise and coupled it with my love of real estate and entered into the industry. I’ve been happily helping buyers and sellers as a Toronto realtor ever since, and it’s only getting better.
It’s not just where I’ve been that matters, but where I am now. My wife and I are raising our children in the Seaton Village area, and I’ve become a familiar face around the neighbourhood. I truly love where I live, and equally enjoy helping others feel the same.