Real Estate Agent Community Involvement

I am very passionate about being actively involved in the communities I work for and represent in real estate

I am very passionate about being actively involved in the communities I work for and represent in real estate

A real estate agent community involvement is very important to me. Growing up as a child or even as an adult we all strive to accomplish something meaningful and productive. As a lifelong resident of the city of Mississauga, I take pride in living in one of the safest cities in Ontario. In addition to being one of the safest cities, Mississauga is extremely diverse, with the majority of its residents being visible minorities.

Recently I have taken the initiative to actively engage myself in the Cooksville community. I have decided to focus in on two specific housing subdivisions. The first subdivision that I am focusing on is “Pennylane” Mississauga. Also
known as “Breakwater Court”, this subdivision of townhomes can only be accessed from Dundas Street West, just west of ParkerHill Road.

The other subdivision that I’ve focused on is “High Park Mississauga” or “High Park Village.” Also known as the “Shoreline”, this subdivision of townhomes and stacked condo’s starts from Dundas Street West to the south, Elmcreek to the west, Hillcrest Ave to the North and Clayhill Road to the East.

Over the last few days, I have been actively canvassing the communities that I have mentioned below, with the intention of marketing myself as well as educating the community around the services I offer as realtor. My canvassing methods range from hand delivering my promotional postcards to every resident that resides in the community, right down to assisting residents shovel their front driveways. I must tell you I enjoy walking these communities on foot. I have met a lot of interesting people and continue to do so. I can’t begin to tell you how warm the reception is when I approach a resident and offer assistance to them.

If you happen to read this post and see me walking around in your community, please stop me and say hello, because if you don’t, I will.