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Whether you’re buying or selling a home or investment property (or both), your success hinges upon the expert advice and services provided by your licensed real estate professional.

I am a full time Commercial REALTOR® specializing in residential, multi-residential, industrial property and industrial leasing.  My primary areas of doing business are in Scarborough, Markham and Durham Region but am registered to practice anywhere in Ontario. Always committed to providing my clients with professional services based on my experience, knowledge and skills.

My style is building relationships, not chasing transactions. Constantly looking to improve my skills, improve my process and improve my client experience. As a matter of fact, I limit transactions to only 10-12 per year (about 20% residential and 80% commercial) which enables me to focus on my clients first. You won’t find me trying to win any awards for “top sales”, “most listings” or “being #1”. What is most important to me is Service Excellence, so I take great care with each client and transaction.

You will find my website filled with tips and resources to help you quickly understand what you need to know — and how I deliver the services designed to meet your needs.

If you’re selling click here to learn more about the process and how to ensure your property sells quickly and for the highest price possible.

If you’re buying click here to discover how to find your next dream property and get it, without overpaying.

My experience tells me, investors hoping to build a rock-solid diversified portfolio are better off partnering with an investor-focused REALTOR® than paying the higher long-term costs associated with choosing the wrong property.

If you’re looking for professional asset services click here to learn how analysis is used to make informed investment decisions, enabling you to reduce your risks and maximize your potential.

You can trust and count on me to uphold the ethics and business standards of OREA Ontario Real Estate Association, TRREB Toronto Regional Real Estate Board, RECO Real Estate Council of Ontario, REIC Real Estate Institute of Canada, CCIM Central Canada Chapter, CREA Canadian Real Estate Association, CCN Canadian Commercial Network and Royal LePage Commercial; all of which I am a current member in good standing.

My services don’t end when the transaction is completed. As a valued client, you’re invited to contact me anytime you have a real estate related question or need help growing and managing your portfolio. Am an active blogger, facebook user, write a monthly newsletter and sift through reams of market and regional reports to get the information you need to make the best decision. You don’t have to try to figure this stuff out on your own!

You won’t find me advertising on billboards, bus stops or radio; my business is built completely on referrals alone. My goal is to offer my clients the highest degree of service, loyalty, ethics and professionalism. I have the reputation for putting you, the client, first. Any time you want information on these markets or are ready to buy, sell or lease a property – contact me. There’s no obligation.

I’m looking forward to learning more about your needs and goals.


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Real Estate is deemed an essential service but it is not “business as usual”

  As you know, the Ontario Government ordered most workplaces to close-down effective Tuesday, March 24, at 11:59 p.m. This measure is to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The Government has created a list of 75 “essential” services, which are businesses that are allowed to stay open, including “Land registration services, and real ...

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COVID-19 – Updated Guidance on Showings and Open Houses

Health authorities have provided important guidance to help contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus, directing that people minimize opportunities for transmission of the virus through direct physical interaction. Conventional open houses, which involve in-person viewing of the property and direct physical interaction with salespeople and other prospective buyers, are the ...

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Does Your Home Still Match Your Lifestyle?

When you purchased your current home, chances are it was a good match for your lifestyle. It had the space you needed, the features you wanted, and a location that worked for you. But for most people, lifestyle and needs evolve through the years. Kids get older. Jobs or careers change. ...

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Precautions to help limit the spread of COVID-19

  We understand you may have questions and concerns about doing business now that the outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19 is declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. In response, the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) continues to take precautions in making sure its employees, members and the public remain safe. With information seemingly changing by the ...

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How Are You Going To Get Your Money Out Of The Business ???

And how much money are you going to get? Liquidation One often-overlooked exit strategy is simply to call it quits, close the business doors, and call it a day. (not a great one). If you liquidate, however, any proceeds from the assets must be used to repay creditors. The remainder gets divided ...

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The Seven Deadly Sins of CRE Investment

Buying a CRE asset above its value or at a low cap rate is rarely a route to a successful transaction. Most of you have heard about the Seven Deadly Sins that include; pride, envy, gluttony, lust, anger, greed and sloth. There are also Seven Deadly Sins of CRE investment, and ...

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Home Selling Advice from Hoteliers

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