I began my real estate career working for a well-known Toronto developer in high-rise condo sales, the experience I received has given me expansive knowledge of condos in all of their stages: construction, pre-sale, and post-sale. I firmly believe in providing my clients with above-and-beyond service that is never dependent on whether it’s a lease or a purchase, day or night, Monday or Sunday.
My favourite destination has to be Mauritius. I don’t know if it’s the country itself or the resorts we stay at but I would never give up a chance to visit again. We have been twice so far. If you have the chance to visit you should, maybe for a honeymoon. It is expensive, but so worth it!
My favourite food genre is probably Japanese, I just can’t imagine life without sushi… and fish! The second would be Vietnamese food because I grew up eating it and I love to cook it.
My love language is food! I like to give food and I like to receive food 🙂
My toxic trait is always eating during team meetings. Our team meetings always run past lunch and it’s just a non-negotiable for me. To be honest I am doing my colleagues a favour because I am not a very pleasant person when I am hangry 😅
My background is Vietnamese. My parents migrated to Hong Kong and I was born there, then we got sponsored and moved to Canada in 92. I have been a Canadian citizen since 92!
My first listing in Regent Park propelled me into this thriving neighborhood. The sellers initially wanted to list in December, as they had already taken possession of their new home. However, I convinced them to wait until January so we could stage the property and get a better price. I’m grateful that they trusted my judgment because we ended up selling it in just two days, with two offers and over asking.
This listing was by far the most challenging yet rewarding one I’ve handled. The property was a rooming house located in a sketchy part of the neighborhood, and it required a significant amount of work to get it ready for sale. The process included furniture removal, junk disposal, and extensive gardening. Managing the tenants added another layer of difficulty to the process.
This was a memorable listing for me because it was the smallest unit I had ever dealt with – a cozy studio apartment. My client had a clever solution for the limited space: a Murphy bed that matched her kitchen cabinets, creating a cohesive and functional design. Despite listing it in the middle of summer, we managed to attract two offers on the offer night.
This 1 bedroom plus den unit boasts a fantastic corner layout that allows for an abundance of natural light to flood in. This listing holds a special place in my memory because it marked the first time we displayed our Benny Bing painting front and center for a listing. The artwork added an extra touch of je ne sais quois to the already impressive space.