Livin n' Lovin It in Toronto!
Born here in Toronto, I'm proud to be a Real Estate Agent in the best Multicultural City in the World!
Growing up in the heart of Toronto, like many other families in Regent Park, Cabbagetown, I grew up fast!
By 13, I had travelled most of the City's streets and neighbourhoods!
Very much in awe of the growing multiculturalism Toronto offered, but also in that anyone could own a Home!
As time had it, to chase my dream, I turned down great opportunities, others would surely have chosen.
In 1980 we bought our first Home in Pickering! In 1981, after spending $2000 upgrading it, We sold that home! We should have made a $10,000 profit! Thanks to our naivety and our Realtor, we lost money! Moreover, on our new Home, we were forced to take a second Mortgage at nearly 17% along with our new first Mortgage at 9 3/4%!
In 1985 I became a Realtor, finding affordable, financially sustainable Homes for First Time Home Buyers!
I am still doing that today!
Call me 647-677-SOLD (7653) for a FREE cosultation and let's make, "finding an affordable, financially sustainable Home", about YOU!!
Mr. Tracy is a very hardworking agent. He cares about his client and he will tell you the right things that you should know during the process of selling the house. I like how professional and honest he is. You won't be disappointed if you get him as your agent!
A man of his word and a true gentlemen, James is a well seasoned professional with a kind heart. I would not hesitate for a second if one was considering acquiring his services.
James has been a client of ours for over seven years and based on our relationship I can tell you he's an honest, hard-working, caring professional who puts the needs of his clients before his own. Helping and serving others is what his life and business represent and you'd be fortunate to have him represent you in any real estate transaction.
2/25/2021 | Posted in Mortgages and Real Estate by James Tracy
Most homeowners who sought deferrals for mortgages last year have seen their deferral periods end, but CMHC says the risk of these borrowers falling into arrears could ... More
2/24/2021 | Posted in Canadian Housing Market by James Tracy
Canada's top central banker said Tuesday that the economy would continue to need monetary stimulus, likely until 2023, even though there are already signs it could be ... More