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My love of property and natural people skills make real estate the ideal career choice.

I bring intuition, honesty and an understanding of the human condition that enables me to put myself in my clients shoes, to listen intently and to empathise with their situations. My level of expertise is constantly being upgraded.

I am an Accredited Senior Agent with the skills to help folk with the basics of Estate planning, with taxes upon death, spousal protection, wills and trusts, estate taxation on death and reverse mortgages.

I work mainly in the Central Core of Toronto, though my referrals from clients have led me as far afield as Burlington, and Oakville. I am a member of these boards as well as the Toronto Real Estate Board.

I am comfortable selling magnificent million dollar homes and adorable one bedroom condos, so please call me today at 416-960-9995 for your complimentary consultation.


The Major Differences Between Condos, Co-ops & Co-Ownerships

Condos          Co-ops          Co-Ownerships

Example of a Condo building in Toronto
1 Balmoral Ave is a fine example of a Toronto condo building. Prices for 2011 range from $349,500 for a 1 bedroom 1 bathroom unit, and $551,000 for a 2 bedroom 2 bathroom. Prices vary somewhat depending on the exposure.

CO-OPS: 21 Dale Ave. is a great example of a co-op building in the heart of Rosedale. In 2011, a 1 bedroom unit cost $325,000, a 2 bedroom 2 bathroom $460,000. The maintenance always seems rather high with this type of building because property taxes are included. This particular building sits on 5.2 acres of cultivated gardens and is atop the
Example of a Co-op building in Rosedale, Toronto
Rosedale Valley Ravine. Rosedale is home to a number of co-op buildings.

Example of a Co-ownership building in Toronto
30 Gloucester St., just south of Bloor and just east of Yonge is a very familiar landmark co-ownership building. A 1 bedroom 1 bathroom unit recently sold in the region of $205,000, a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom sold for $265,000.

If you are thinking of selling your Toronto townhouse and would like to see it featured on this site, please Contact Louisa.


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