Hans Taal

Hans Taal

Sales Representative
CENTURY 21 Miller Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage*
  • 905-339-5270
  • 905-845-9180
  • 905-845-7674
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The Name People Recommend in Real Estate

Hans Taal

Hans is a respected and experienced real estate professional. He has lived in Oakville for nearly 30 years and has extensive Real Estate experience in Oakville, Milton and Burlington real estate market. Hans’ passion for real estate has earned him the trust, loyalty and respect of his satisfied clients. In 2010, Hans won the coveted Centurion Producer award.  The majority of his business comes from referrals and repeat customers who return to him when they decide that it’s time for a new home.

As part of Century 21, Hans offers you extensive expertise and excellent service in many of Oakville’s, Milton’s and Burlington’s finest neighbourhoods

If you are buying or selling Real Estate in Oakville, Burlington, Milton or Mississauga? View this website for full property details: 21 photos, maps, driving directions, downloadable brochures and more.

Simply call and arrange for a free no obligation market evaluation. Call me at 905-339-5270


• Negotiate the Right Price for You
• Free Market Evaluation
• Free Staging Services
• Experienced and Local Market Knowledge
• Committed to Serving You
• Your Home Advertised 24 Hours Day
• Service Guarantee in Writing
• Expertise with 1st Time Buyers and Seniors
• Guaranteed Feedback and Weekly Updates
• In House Mortgage  Financing and Legal Services
• Fluent in Dutch



Hans Taal of Century21 Miller Awarded Masters Ruby

Local Sales Representative, Hans Taal of Century 21 Miller, has been awarded the 2015 Master Ruby by Century21 Canada Limited Partnership. The award was presented at the Century21 Annual Awards Event held in Toronto.

Hans Taal received the award from Martin Charnwood, CEO of Century21 Canada.

Individuals qualify for Masters Ruby status by earning a minimum of  $117,000 GCC or 32 award units within a calendar year. 




Professional Background

In 1985, I joined Microsoft Canada Inc., commencing as Manager of Operations and Distribution. I participated in the business development and strategic planning that greatly contributed to the success that led to Microsoft becoming the world's leading consumer Software Company it is today. In 1995, after many successful years in both the acquisition of commercial real estate and at Microsoft Canada Inc., I retired. It was only natural that I pursue a career in Real Estate.


Community Involvement

I spend much of my time in the local community as the comittee member, fundraiser and sponsor of the Annual Frank Sabatino Memorial Hockey Tournament, a yearly OMHA sanctioned event. 

2008-2009 Sponsor MOHA Tyke Hound Dogs

Trees for Toys

My first Trees for Toys event was held on Saturday December 12th, 2009, where I donated Christmas Trees and they were given away, free, to the first 100 people donating an unwrapped toy or gift. This year, the focus was on toys for teenagers, as they are often overlooked.

I am pleased to report that in the first annual Trees for Toys event we collected over 325 toys for teenagers and received over $675 for the Red Kettle Campaign – far exceeding the expected goal!

The toys and donated cash were given to the 14th Annual Salvation Army Toy Mountain campaign to be distributed to Oakville and area teenagers. All unclaimed and donated trees were given to families in the Oakville area.


  • Dutch
  • English
  • French


  • Montreal West High School (1969)
  • Loyola College (1972)
  • Certified in the "Right Way to Manage"
  • Time Management Principals
  • OREA-Residential and Commercial Real Estate
  • Real Property Law
  • Principles of Property Management
  • Leaders Choice Training




  • CREATE 21 Canada


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