Welcome to the platform that reviews my listings, my approach to client service, and real estate sales in Toronto and Niagara.
As a downtown Toronto native, most of my life and career was built in the neighbourhoods of this great city. The energy, diversity and dynamic of city life has been a driving force in my experience, and certainly framed my success.
However, as a country girl want-to-be, I’ve spent 20 years getting to know the south coast of Niagara along Lake Erie. It has been an absolute privilege to introduce friends, neighbours and clients to this hidden gem, which has outstanding beaches, food, shops, and a wonderful quality of life, less than 2 hours from Toronto!
We redesigned this website to maximize navigation, so finding information relevant to my clients interests and needs would be as quick and concise as possible. Also, I wanted to open the door for those who wish to know me more personally. I love my work! Every day is different, and I become acquainted with some amazing people. I am also devoted to my hounds, horse, and gardening…
2020 was an interesting and challenging year; it certainly changed the real estate landscape and the patterns of buying and selling we have witnessed over the past 12 years. There was, and I believe will continue to be, a notable exodus of people living in the towers in downtown Toronto to outlying areas of the GTA and smaller centers such as Guelph, Niagara, Muskoka, and the Kawartha’s. The reason for this is the buying power in those areas, which provide more personal space, and access to outdoors and green space in a safe way.
This movement has provided opportunity for people who are committed to staying in the city to negotiate for the current inventory of homes with fewer multiple offers situations than routinely seen over the past several years. There is still pressure on entry level homes as first-time buyers take advantage of historically low interest rates, but the number of days on market has generally increased.
We will continue to navigate the effects of these changes over the next few years, but we are a strong, tenacious culture, we care for and support one another and our communities. We will overcome the current stressors to become more resilient and cohesive than ever.