"The Realtor we used sold our home for $133,000 more than any home had ever sold on our street. I think that says it all. She staged the home perfectly and ran an immaculate selling process - we could not have been happier with this service."
5 / 5
SINCE 2015, wE'VE HAD MORE THAN 1,100 HAPPY CUSTOMERS
Sorry, but many marketing companies are targeting our Realtor list so we do not reveal it publicly. Some companies even put through fake applications to try and get them - if you are one such company, sorry, you are wasting your time.It took us a long time to build the relationships and find the best Realtors, hours of interviewing, vetting, rating and other efforts - we have done a lot of hard work so it would not make any sense for us to reveal this publicly.Our Realtor selection process relies heavily on local contacts and local knowledge - this is one of the advantages of us being based in the GTA. We have our own proprietary algorithm on top of this - but you should know that our Realtors have - on average - over 10 years of experience and must have completed at least 10 deals to be accepted.Finally, in addition to all of this, we give preference to working with Realtors who are involved in charity work and giving back to the local community.
Bayview Village is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It is part of the federal Don Valley North riding and the provincial Willowdale electoral district, and Toronto electoral Wards 24: Willowdale (East) and 33: Don Valley North (East).
In 2006, it had a population of 15,370.
The area is bordered on the north by Finch Avenue East, on the west by Bayview Avenue, on the east by Leslie Street, and on the south by Highway 401, and also including the grounds of North York General Hospital, east of Leslie in the neighbourhood's southeast corner, according to the City of Toronto's definition.
The present day Bayview Village neighbourhood was planned in 1954 by a group of developers led by Farlinger Development Ltd. Bayview Village was hailed as "contemporary living in the countryside, at the doorstep of the urban concentration of Metropolitan Toronto."
The design and layout of Bayview Village is very much influenced by the East Don Valley Parklands. Dr E.G. Faludi, the town planner who designed Bayview Village, recognized the importance of the East Don Valley Parklands when he said "We will fit the community into the landscape and not the landscape into the community." Faludi's trademark curvilinear street pattern follows the natural contours of the land. Nearly a quarter of the space in Bayview Village is green.