Toronto Real Estate Info delivers free expert real estate information to the Toronto, Ontario area. Whether you're a real estate first time buyer, investor, looking to sell, trading up or downsizing, contact Toronto real estate agent Michael Reis of Royal LePage Connect Realty for all your real estate property needs, including tips and advice on buying and selling real estate in the Greater Toronto Area.
You'll find all your real estate answers here.
Our Featured Homes. Maybe Your Dream Home.
20 Southport Street 401
Generous 2+1 bedroom split floor plan with gorgeous kitchen, hardwood floors throughout, and renovated spa-like baths. Parking included. Locker can be rented.
Michael Reis has over twenty years of industry experience, and has helped hundreds of buyers and sellers across the Greater Toronto Area make their move. From mortgage brokers to home inspectors to real estate lawyers to marketing co-ordinators, our team has you covered from start to finish.
The numbers are in and after another wonderful year, we have again beat the industry standard: in 2016, clients who listed with Michael Reis have averaged 10 days on the market, and sold at 102.8% of the list price.
What We Do.
Toronto Real Estate Info was designed with one thing in mind: to keep real estate buyers and sellers in the Greater Toronto Area up to date with our free consumer reports.
Whether you're looking for your next dream home, a solid investment property to grow your equity, or the current market value of your property, we're here to help.
Our comprehensive Buyer and Seller reports will offer you valuable tips and advice on making your next move stress-free.
Why We Do It.
We know that it is often difficult to get relevant information when you are looking to buy and sell a home. In order to better educate and inform buyers and sellers, we have provided this comprehensive information as a free, no obligation service. We truly hope that you find these reports, information, tools and resources helpful for your move.
Our consumer sections will provide you with the latest real estate and mortgage news and market trends so you'll always stay one step ahead. Remember, it's your move.
Did You Know?
Until the new legislation was passed last month, anyone with a flashlight and a business card could call himself or herself a home inspector. The Ontario government last month finally passed legislation to regulate the home inspection industry and establish qualifications for home inspectors.