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A seasoned Realtor® with a passion for delivering ​exceptional results, Christin brings extensive ​experience and expertise to every transaction, and ​interaction. A key differentiator for Christin is her ​unique value proposition and experience that sets ​her apart from other Realtors®. A former Toronto ​City Councillor for Eglinton-Lawrence, Christin has ​an in-depth understanding and valuable ​knowledge of not just the neighbourhoods of North ​Toronto, but also by-laws and city processes, which ​she now uses to help her clients achieve their real ​estate goals.

Christin’s commitment to excellence is reflected in ​the personalized approach she takes with every ​client, taking the time to understand their unique ​needs, preferences and goals. With an unwavering ​dedication to customer satisfaction, she strives to ​make every real estate transaction a stress-free ​and rewarding experience for her clients.

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We can't thank Christin enough ​for helping us find the perfect ​condo in Toronto. Her ​understanding of our specific ​needs and preferences and her ​knowledge of the city were ​invaluable.


Selling your home can be a ​stressful experience but when we ​recently worked with Christin for ​the sale of our home, from start to ​finish she made it a stress-free ​and seamless experience!


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September Market Update

The impact of high borrowing costs, high inflation, uncertainty ​surrounding future Bank of Canada decisions, and slower ​economic growth continued to weigh on GTA home sales in ​September. However, despite the market being better-​supplied with listings, the average selling price was up year-​over-year.

“The short and medium-term outlooks for the GTA housing ​market are very different. In the short term, the consensus view ​is that borrowing costs will remain elevated until mid-2024, ​after which they will start to trend lower. This suggests that we ​should start to see a marked uptick in demand for ownership ​housing in the second half of next year, as lower rates and ​record population growth spur an increase in buyers,” said ​TRREB President Paul Baron.