With almost 4 decades in the Toronto and GTA condo industry, I can assure you in all modesty, that I intimately know the market!
I do not list condos for sale (I’m be glad to refer you to a “qualifying pro” that does if you like) therefore there is absolutely no chance of any “conflict of interest” (me pushing units onto you that I’ve listed) when you work with me as your “Buyer’s Agent”.
The majority of my clients live abroad and I have a network of experienced lawyers and accountants to make your investment in Toronto a smooth and successful experience.
I don’t include all of the mls listings that most realtor web sites do as that only will confuse you into thinking that what you find here is somehow “endorsed” by me.
I know the market intimately and can tell you that there are great condo buildings (less than 20%), less-than-great condo buildings (around 60%) and downright bad condo buildings (around 20%) in this city.
Believe me you want to work with someone who knows the difference and that takes decades of experience.
Here at simplycondos.com I will “educate” you on the various areas of the city that appeal most from an investor’s point of view as well as if you are looking to move here.
Toronto experiences a very harsh winter and there are features of this city that pay huge dividends to when considering buying a condo.
I’ll show you every area that makes sense to buy in and explain why and will feature condo communities that I’m confident make sense to you within each area.
These area border Toronto’s PATH, a sophisticated network of underground shopping malls that enable you to stroll underground from the lake clear up to the Eaton Centre regardless of weather and not even have to wear an over coat!
My key areas of expertise are:
- Bloor Corridor
- Bay Corridor
- Entertainment District
- Financial District
- St. Lawrence Market
I work with a select group of associate Realtors who specialize in all other areas of the GTA and will be happy to introduce you.