WELCOME ...My Goal? Provide A Truly Great Experience

I live and work in MISSISSAUGA and have been uniting families just like YOURS , and homes  for more than 31 years.

I look forward to learning more about your needs and goals, and the opportunity of demonstrating WHAT I Do, HOW WELL I Do It, and how I can help you achieve your goals. My personal goal to is to not only meet your expectations, but to surpass them with an exceptional and positive experience.

REAL Experience | REAL Commitment | REAL Results


MISSISSAUGA NEIGHBOURHOODS

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Erin Mills

Meadowvale

 

 

LisgarPort CreditSheridan

Central Erin MillsMineolaEast Credit

 

Erindale

Meaowvale Village

Churchill Meadows

 

 

LakeviewLorne ParkClarkson

 


 WELCOME TO MISSISSAUGA REAL ESTATE

YOUR ONE STOP REAL ESTATE INFORMATION PORTAL

As a consumer, just like you, I look for value when seeking the services of a professional.  I look for someone who does quality work and provides value for services rendered. I believe “you get what you pay for.”

The same applies to hiring a real estate professional. I go out of my way to provide those little  “unexpected extras” in terms of service. I want you to feel special, and that you are important to me and to have a great real experience when working with me.  I want you to feel, I care about you and that you are valued.

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 home and get it, without overpaying. As your agent, I will protect your interests first and foremost, listen to your needs, and put them first.

I live in Mississauga and specialize in this local market – and have a reputation for providing a high  level of customized service to each and every client and for putting you, the client, first.  Reach out to me for a personal consultation.  I’m just a phone call, email or text message away … and there’s no obligation.

I look forward to learning more about your needs and goals, and the opportunity of demonstrating how I can help you achieve your goals.Mississauga Real Estate

 

 


 

The Real Estate market fluctuates frequently which affects the value of your home.

When is the last time you’ve had a Financial Audit on your home?

Do you know what your home is worth in Today’s Market?

 

 

 

I’ve made searching for your next home so easy with my Easy Search Tools.

You can narrow your search by Map for specific neighbourhoods or streets.

Or, use my Advanced Search for a  more detailed search.

 

 


Mississauga Real Estate Update December, 2018

  • Number of sales decreased 26.53% from December, 2018 compared to December, 2017.
  • Average sales prices decreased minimally from $676,656 in December, 2017 to $673,950 in December, 2018.
  • Average days on market increased by 11.54% from 26 days in 2017 to 29 days in 2018.
  • Number of new listings decreased by 42.95% from 589 in December, 2017 to 336 in December, 2018
  • Average Selling/List price remained stable at 97%


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