A Testimonial From Move-Up Buyers


In the real estate industry, referrals and recommendations are the back bone of our business. A client well-served not only becomes a client for life, but also creates opportunities for assisting their friends, family and associates too. So please forgive our hubris in sharing some correspondence occasionally, but in our desire to grow our business, here’s a ‘thumbs up’ from Jean-Marc and Ella, who entrusted our services when they sold their concrete ‘n cool loft in The Garment Factory on Carlaw Avenue when they climbed the property ladder into a Bloor West freehold family home.

Dear Steve,

As we approach the finish line on our real estate adventure, Ella and I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for your outstanding level of service over the past 5 months.

We have thoroughly appreciated your calm, patient and strategic approach to buying our wonderful new home, and now, the sale of our current home. Your depth of insight and knowledge of the challending Toronto housing market is truly remarkable and helped ease us through what could have been a frustrating and difficult experience.

Your understanding of the neighbourhoods, the pricing, and in general, the psychology of buying and selling was key to helping us find our new home. And, you really were “there for us” when we needed you to help us evaluate prospective properties: the fact that you steered us away from inferior properties when just giving up and settling for an inferior home is testament to your integrity.   

So, a heartfelt thank-you!

Should you ever need a reference for a prospective client, please do  not hesitate to contact us.  

Best regards, Jean-Marc

We consider ourselves most fortunate to have been the realtors of choice for hundreds of Buyers and Sellers over the past twenty-two years. If you, or anyone you know, requires some insight on the dynamics of the Toronto real estate market, please know we’re here to help.


~ Steven and the urbaneer team

earn your trust, then your business


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