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Broker, Manager

As a 20+ year veteran of the real estate industry in Toronto Ontario, I have seen the evolution, success and eventual decline of many companies all trying to become dominant players in a highly competitive business. Throughout my career, I have always worked with boutique offices, those offices that tended to be local players in the market. I was drawn to the personal nature of the small office.

In January 2010, I accepted a new position to build out and manage a new flagship downtown office with one of Toronto’s most successful boutique brokerages. Bosley Real Estate has roots in Toronto that go back 85+ years.  This is a third generation family run company that continually invests in its future. Currently it has 4 offices in Toronto and one in Niagara on the Lake and over 220 agents and support staff. The Bosley “brand” represents history, integrity, and knowledge. Many members of the senior management team, including Tom and Ann Bosley, have held senior positions in the Canadian Real Estate Association, Ontario Real Estate Association, Toronto Real Estate Board and the Real Estate Council of Ontario. I am an active Director at Large at TREB and have been the chair of the Condominium Committee, communications Chair and co-chair of the Finance Committee. Bosley Real Estate is not only a successful brokerage, but through their continual involvement is helping shape the industry as a whole.

Throughout my career, I have paid particular attention to what works and what doesn’t.  I am a visual person who recognizes the abilities of great brands and what they can accomplish given the right tools. Picking up on visual and social clues has helped me spot and develop trends in an industry that once was relatively stagnant and now is facing significant change. My role will be to continue to grow the Bosley brand in Toronto as well as create new and innovative content for all the agents.

I would love to hear from you. If you want to comment on my posts or just say hi, simply shoot me an email.

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