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Danielle in the city Toronto Real Estate

Top Toronto Realtor

Danielle Demerino

Sales Representative 

[email protected] 

(416) 728-5401

Team leader Danielle aka. ‘Danielle in the City’ knows that we live in a customer-first culture. Priding herself on tailoring every customer experience to the buyer or seller, she’s able to create a Toronto real estate sales program that works best for the individual.

After 12 years of strong real estate sales, honed negotiation skills and a knack for timing the market – Toronto realtor Danielle is proud of her Chairman’s Club Nominations and for being in the top 2% of realtors for Royal Lepage in the country. Her mission is not only to help those in need of her realtor services, but to give back to local and international organizations and charities.

Danielle enjoys working with all sorts of buyers and sellers but is most enthusiastic when creating wealth and financial independence for her clientele. As she promises to live what she sells – she has built her Toronto real estate portfolio to that of someone far beyond her years, encouraging all of her network to ‘get ‘on board’ the monopoly train with her.

When she isn’t selling the city you can find her singing at her piano with her son Rafi, baking a cheesecake, exploring a new city or working with her partner Sohail on their next renovation project. If you are looking for a real estate agent who knows the ins and outs of the city, the suburbs, old homes, new builds, condo living, gut jobs, etc…you have come to the right person. Call her at 416-728-5401.

What Clients Say About Danielle

“We LOVED our experience working with Danielle to sell our downtown townhome. Not only is she lovely, but her process is spot on - every step along the way felt so smooth and easy. We're so happy we chose to work with her and are excited to have her in our corner for our future real estate planning, purchases and sales.”

Erika Fraser

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