Growing up in the late 80s-early 90s, I’ve had a chance to experience the transformation of this city first hand. For many sports fans and those interested in popular culture, the first association you make with a city is their professional sports franchises. In ’92 and ’93 the Toronto Blue Jays ensured that everybody around the world knew about Toronto. If you were one of the lucky Torontonians who had a chance to experience this, I’m sure you can tell me you exactly where you were and what you were doing when Joe Carter hit a 2-2 pitch of Mitch Williams to win the Blue Jays’ second consecutive World Series title.
From Union Station to Yorkdale, Queen Street to St. Clair Avenue, being a teenager in this city was great. As you leave the TTC behind and finally have the freedom to drive places, Toronto becomes a whole new place to experience, and that I did. Driving through neighbourhoods you being appreciate how unique and multicultural our city is, and how you can really experience the world here.
ollowing University I was able to land an Account Executive position with the Toronto Blue Jays. Working for the Blue Jays was a childhood dream come true. There I had the opportunity to work with and learn from great people who helped me understand how to communicate this raw passion I had for the team and get baseball fans in the seats.
The big question is what does any of this have to do with buying and selling real estate?
It was with the Toronto Blue Jays that I learned if you are passionate about something you should share it with others. By being excited and enthiusiastic about the team I was able to connect with fans and achieve my goal of providing them with an amazing baseball experience.
My primary focus as a realtor® is to bring the passion I have for this City, and the opportunity its real estate provides us all, to the table each and every day. This allows me to be successful and provide my clients, with an amazing experience when buying or selling real estate.