More About the Professional:
Real Estate is in my blood! Growing up, conversation at the family dinner table centered around buying, selling and investing in Real Estate. My mother has been a Realtor for over twenty years and my father has bought, renovated and flipped properties for as long as I can remember. After graduating from Toronto’s York University with an honours in HR Management and spending over 15 years climbing the corporate ladder, the last several travelling the globe consulting with Deloitte, I followed my gut to combine my business and real estate passions. I am now a proud Broker and shareholder of iPro Realty, operating their two Toronto locations, and team lead for Beacon Real Estate Team; a unique model requiring like-minded professionals committed to providing the best in client service. While this keeps me busy, I still take time with my partner Andrew to travel and experience great food and cultures and enjoy escaping anywhere hot. I’m a Toronto gay Realtor and proud member of the LGBT community, I can help orient you with Toronto and the vast gay-friendly communities it offers. I understand the unique and diverse needs you may have and our team looks forward to sharing our knowledge and assisting you in your next Real Estate move.
The corner of Church and Wellesley is home to Toronto's Gay Village where you will find a vast variety of services for Toronto's LGBT community including, banks, markets, butchers, coffee shops, salons, clothing stores, restaurants, community outreach and of course bars and night clubs.
With a number of gay-friendly areas in and around Toronto you don't have to limit yourself to The Village to be comfortable being who you are in our city. Few cities I have been to offer the level of Diversity and LGBT inclusion you will find here in Toronto.
Over the past decade or so, many members of Toronto's LGBT population have made both East and West end communities their home. Being on the outskirts of Toronto's downtown provides greater affordability, quieter environments and a more neighbourhood feel - all connected with public transportation for easy access to downtown when you want it.
These Toronto neighbourhoods have been very welcoming to LGBT individuals partly due to the open mindset we bring to these already diverse neighbourhoods and the gentrification we generally make to our homes.
Whether you are looking for a condo in downtown Toronto, or a home in either the East or West end, I have no doubt you will find Toronto very welcoming!
Professional Category: Real Estate Agent