Elli Davis was interviewed for the March 2013 issue of the REM magazine. Read what she had to say about her remarkable life and career in the ‘Royal LePage’s Best of the Best’ article, featuring the three most successful Royal LePage agents.
Here is my V-Day present for you, my friends – you now have a chance to win a fantastic dinner for two (plus two glasses of champagne) in one of Toronto’s most romantic restaurants, Lucien. Enter the contest on Facebook, via Twitter, via Google+, or via the form below, always by answering a simple question about Royal LePage. Good Luck!
The Globe and Mail’s Carolyn Ireland discussed the situation on Toronto’s housing market with top realtors – Elli Davis and David Fleming. Her article was published on 24th January, and you can read it here.
Royal LePage is celebrating its 100-year Anniversary in 2013! This video offers a wonderful look-back at its century-long story. Happy birthday, Royal LePage, may there be many happy anniversaries to come.
This Casa Loma home was deliberately priced under $1-million to attract offers and a quick sale. The strategy worked, with 15 rival bids delivered in 7 days and the winner coming in at $425,000 over asking.
More than a dozen buyers requested showings of this three-storey house, which fronts on a busy residential street just a of couple blocks from parks, restaurants, shops and the Eglinton subway station .
“A spectacular view of the city can be enjoyed from this suite, in a luxury condo on Bay Street,” says listing agent Elli Davis.
1001 Bay Street
The one-bedroom, one-bathroom suite has a combination living and dining room, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and French doors and a four-piece ensuite bathroom in the master suite. The den has an east view of the city.
Few suites are listed for sale at The Ports, so when the opportunity presents itself, they sell quickly like this two-bedroom penthouse, which was purchased in a bidding war after just two dozen showings in two days.
Real Estate Magazine, an informative resource for those in the industry, features an article this month on “How to Keep Your Clients Loyal”. I was interviewed for the article, and it reminded me of how great it is to have worked with so many of my clients on several of their real estate ventures over the past 29 years. To work in Real Estate you have to be a “people person”, and I must say it is one of my favourite aspects of what I do each day. Read the article to see what top realtors across Canada say about keeping their clients loyal!
There were about two dozen showings for this two-bedroom-plus-den corner suite situated in a brick mid-rise around the corner from popular restaurants, shops and subway at Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue. With little turnover in the roughly six-year-old building, two contenders negotiated offers and the property was sold within days.
On a stretch of St. Clair Avenue West between Yonge Street and Avenue Road, this two-bedroom corner suite at Granite Place welcomed 25 potential buyers, from young professionals to downsizing homeowners.