CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc., Brokerage*
- 10-350 Rutherford Rd South
Brampton, ON L6W 3M2
As your CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc. recruiting manager, I invite you to sit with me to talk about your career in real estate.
We can coach you and your business - bring a unique experience to your clients while achieving your business and personal goals. We provide coaching and mentorship that has given our agents a true difference when working for their clients.
With over 2000 different brokerage offices on the TREB, our Brampton office with just over 130 agents ranked #36 in production - our agents have a strong healthy production. Learn why they are making this office amongst the top 2% on Toronto Real Estate Board!
Come talk to Trevor over a coffee to understand how we can help your business and serve your clients.
Give us a call or email-me, and get started right away!
I look forward to the opportunity of working for you!
The Path Home
In order to understand the needs of my clients and provide the best possible service I have great communication skills - especially listening skills.
Strong negotiation skills – As your REALTOR®, I will negotiate well and in a manner that is mutually acceptable to all parties involved. In order to be a good negotiator, I possess strong "people skills" and genuinely enjoy working and dealing with various types of people.
Knowledge – I am familiar with the Greater Toronto Area including Brampton, Mississauga, Georgetown and surrounding areas. I will be able to assist you in finding out local school information, city demographics and more.
Trustworthiness, diligence and helpfulness – As a buyers or seller, you can trust me implicitly and know that I have a passion for the business and will be helpful during the process and not intrusive.
I’m proud to be involved in the CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc. ‘Caring for Kids' program. Each year we liaison with local schools so we can provide a magical Christmas for needy children and their families. In 2014 we were able to help 15 families and 37 precious children.
Finding the Right Home for You
When you dream of your dream home, what do you see? Each of us has a vision of what it will be, but getting as close to that vision as possible is a practical, step-by-step process. I will be your best ally throughout the home buying process. I can provide expert advice and help you determine how much you can afford, what kind of home you can buy in that price range, and where it may be located.
You've no doubt heard the phrase: location, location, location. That's because it's the most important factor in making any real estate purchase. To find the right location you must think of where you want to live both in broader terms and in more detail. First of all what type of area do you want to live in?
Urban: Urban communities offer the broadest range of housing types, but generally at higher prices than similar-sized homes in non-urban locations.
Suburban: The suburbs are typically made up of newer neighbourhoods, schools and shopping centres. Prices may or may not be lower than those of the central city, but you often get more square footage, larger rooms and bigger lots.
Smaller towns and cities: A slower-paced lifestyle and lower taxes and housing prices are often big draws to Ontario's smaller communities. There are fewer types of homes available and the number for sale could be limited.
Rural: A stream flowing over a few acres sounds appealing and your housing budget will often buy you more in a rural setting than any alternative above
Once you've considered the broader location options above, it's time to think about the features you need and want in a home. Prepare a shopping list. How many bedrooms and bathrooms? One or two-car garage? Large backyard or small? List the features you are looking for as needs or wants.
Comparing homes and locations
Now its time to match the type of home you'd like with the location. I will be able to give you an idea of the communities that best match your criteria for home and location. I can also advise you of the availability of schools and shopping, recreational and religious facilities and discuss the drawbacks: highway noise, train tracks, airports and large industrial centres. I’d be thrilled to help you for the home that’s right for you!
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