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Our Realtors are here to make your life easier, so you can get on with buying or selling and focus on the more important things. We formed this service a few years ago so people have a better, easier way to connect with great Realtors.
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It's a lovely area to live in - great trails, the Humber river is right there and it is incredibly convenient being that close to Toronto without having to deal with the headache of living downtown.
The area has a lot to offer, including a diverse, multicultural neighbourhood and great food! Come visit and you'll know why you would want to buy a home here. Selling? We can help with that too.
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Buying and Selling in the area has never been easier
We have Realtors that work in the area and they know every bit about the real estate industry. You can rest assured that you will get great service and have someone on your team who knows the area well.
This makes all the difference when buying or selling - someone who knows the market and knows the community can make the whole process easier for you.
Smithfield is part of the Rexdale neighbourhood in the northwestern area of Etobicoke, in the City of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Some new residents of Toronto and new immigrants to Canada are attracted to this neighbourhood, mainly because there is a large amount of affordable public housing.
It is named after the former village of Smithfield that was located at the intersection of Albion Road and Martin Grove Road.
The neighbourhood covers the residential areas of Etobicoke north of the west branch of the Humber River and west of Kipling Avenue. Two public school boards operate elementary schools and secondary schools in the neighbourhood, the Toronto District School Board (TDSB), and the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB). Two secondary schools are located in the neighbourhood, West Humber Collegiate Institute (operated by TDSB), Father Henry Carr Catholic Secondary School (operated by TCDSB). Father Henry Carr Secondary School was relocated to Smithfield in 2007, taking the space of the former Marian Academy.