Top-rated lgbtq agents in CANADA

Steven

Steven - Calgary, AB

RESIDENTIAL & CERTIFIED CONDO SPECIALIST “Steven is one of the most professional, courteous and connected realty brokers one can find! We were absolutely thrilled about our experience with him and would recommend him to anyone without the slightest ...read more
Amber

Amber - Edmonton, AB

Whether buying or selling a property I can assist you in the process. I strive to make it a fun knowledgeable and stress-free experience. I am experienced with both residential and rural and I serve Edmonton, and surrounding areas. If you are looking ...read more
Lisa

Lisa - Guelph, ON

My passion is to be of service to people and provide them a comfortable and welcoming environment! That’s what is most important to me, and I want my clients to feel that they are in good hands. No matter what happens I’m there to support you. ...read more
Paul

Paul - Kitchener, ON

Proud member and support of the LGBT Community serving since 1985 ~ Recipient of the prestigious Re/Max Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014, Hall of Fame and 100% club member. Paul is a full time real estate professional with The Region of Waterloo's ...read more
Daniel

Daniel - Montreal, QC

While achieving excellence in figure skating, Daniel became interested in the financial services business by becoming a consultant from 2004 to 2011 and even founded his own firm in 2006. During this time, he also created a website which allowed him ...read more
Richard

Richard - Niagara On The Lake, ON

As a resident of Niagara on the Lake, and a joint owner of a local wine tour company, I love all things Niagara! I feel privileged to be able to incorporate my passion for real estate with my knowledge of the local area to help people along their real ...read more
Simson

Simson - Toronto, ON

I am proud to serve the LGBT community in Toronto! As your real estate sales representative, you can rely on my knowledge about our community. I am in touch with the vibrant gay lifestyle. I keep my eyes on the coolest spots in the city, and whether you ...read more
Leroy

Leroy - Toronto, ON

Leroy Dirckx and Atlas World Real Estate Corporation recognizes and emphasizes Canadian values. Apart from our appreciation of tolerance and a sense of community, we also know that upfront negotiation, and contracts which promote transparency weigh high ...read more
John

John - Toronto, ON

John has been a top producer at Royal LePage, specializing in central Toronto condos, lofts and urban alternatives for the past 15 years. He's ranked in the top 1% of all downtown agents, and is the recipient of the Royal LePage Diamond and Platinum ...read more
Jarrett

Jarrett - Toronto, ON

Jarrett is dedicated to providing you with the best results and service in the industry. He listens carefully to understand your real estate goals and creates solutions that make sense for you. Whether you're new to the market or an experienced investor, ...read more

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Winnipeg Gay City Guide: Warm, Welcoming, and Wonderful
Located at the confluence of two rivers, the name Winnipeg comes from native words meaning “murky waters”. It is the capital city of Manitoba, Canada, and it is known as the “cultural cradle of Canada” because of its vibrant arts, culture, and museum scene. Winnipeg is home to the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and more – so the title is very much deserved. Winnipeg is also a city full of festivals ...more
Toronto Gay City Guide: Finding Your Place in the Gay Village City
Located on the northwestern shore of beautiful Lake Ontario, Toronto is the capital city of Ontario and a diverse, multicultural city with a thriving and vibrant LGBTQ community. Toronto is in fact home to Canada’s only “Gay Village”, which is one of the largest, most unique, and welcoming LGBTQ communities in the world. Truly, it would be a wonderful city to call home! A Brief History of Toronto The history of native peoples living in the area that is now Toronto dates back to ...more
Montreal Gay City Guide: A City of Fun, Festivals, and Friendly Neighbors
Located where the St. Lawrence and Ottawa rivers meet, Montreal is the largest city in Canada’s Quebec province. It is a dynamic, welcoming city with a hip, eclectic vibe. It's a city that's overflowing with culture, festivals, wonderful food, and plenty of outdoor activities, not to mention endless opportunity and a wide variety of warm and welcoming neighborhoods that will eagerly embrace anyone who wants to call it home. A Bit of Montreal History The French explorer Jacques Cartier initially ...more
LGBTQ Edmonton: Finding Your Place in Canada’s Festival City
Known as the “Festival City” for all of the annual celebrations and festivals it offers, Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta, and sits on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. It is a place of incredible beauty. Edmonton’s river valley comprises over 20 large parks, making it the largest expanse of urban parkland in all of Canada, offering 93 miles of trails to enjoy. In addition to its natural beauty, it’s a lively city, full of friendly, down-to-earth people, and ...more
Gay Calgary, Canada : A Beautiful City with a Multicultural Vibe
Calgary is a city of unique charms. Nestled beside the beautiful Bow River, and approximately 50 miles east of the Canadian Rockies, it is a city of stunning outdoor beauty, while simultaneously being a thriving, diverse, and cosmopolitan town where everyone can feel at home and find their place. A Look at Calgary’s History Calgary is Canada’s fifth largest city, and the center of Canada’s oil industry. Though it is now a thriving and diverse metropolis, it still often goes by ...more
Vancouver: The San Francisco of Canada
Canada’s most gay-friendly city, Vancouver is a jewel of the Pacific Northwest and a mecca for the LGBTQ community. From outdoor enthusiasts to coffee gurus and artists galore, the metropolis is home to a diverse group of people. Recently, they celebrated ten years of marriage equality and have often been referred to as “Canada’s San Francisco.” A Quick History of Vancouver A coastal seaport city in western Canada, Vancouver was originally inhabited by Aboriginal people ...more
Ottawa, Ontario – Proud to Be Gay Life in a Historic Cultural Center
Amazing Ottawa, Ontario is a city of rivers and canals backed by the Gatineau Mountains located just over the bridge to Quebec.  This capital city of Canada is located on the south bank of the Ottawa River in Southern Ontario. It is a progressive urban center with two official languages and a diverse and very gay-positive population. Gay marriage is legal here and Mercer rates the city as having the second highest quality of living of any large city in North America. It is also the third cleanest ...more
Gay Realtor Vancouver | British Columbia
Vancouver can be described as one of the most amazing cities on the planet, and also one of the most expensive. Vancouver, British Colombia in Canada has long been known for having the largest gay and lesbian population in Western Canada. Gay and lesbian people from all over the world know it as a great place to live, work, go out and have a generally good time with new acquaintances and new friends. Many gays and lesbians come to Vancouver for vacation purposes as well since the night life is highly ...more
Gay Realtor Montreal Lifestyle Highlights
Gay realtor Montreal notes that this big Canadian city has its own gay village with many restaurants, a full café society and hundreds of bars, theaters and baths devoted to the gay and lesbian community. Many people settle in or near the gay village area of town which features a famous club known as The Unity which is a great dance bar. Stock bar is another great bar for both lesbians and gays and it has a well known Ladies night. It is the popular place in the neighborhood to hold parties ...more
Home sales cool in Vancouver
TORONTO -- Home sales in two of Canada's hottest housing markets, Toronto and Vancouver, are showing signs of a cooling trend in what could be the beginning of a long-awaited contraction economists have been expecting. The Greater Toronto Realtors Association said Thursday the number of pre-owned homes sold by its members last month was down 13 per cent in the city and 5.4 per cent in the Greater Toronto Area compared with the same time last year. Those numbers came on the heels of a report Wednesday ...more
Average Toronto home price set to slip 10 per cent over two to three years
TORONTO - Canadian house prices are due for a 10 per cent correction — and likely even more in overheated Toronto and Vancouver — but will likely avoid a U.S.-style collapse, according to a Scotiabank report. Economists from the chartered bank said in a report Wednesday that average Canadian house prices will likely experience a cumulative 10 per cent drop in the next two to three years as demand softens. Toronto and Vancouver, where average prices are well above the national average, ...more