Whether buying or selling, Helen’s personalized service to find the home that fits each individual client is a unique one. Helen has a passion for design, architecture and all things contemporary, and that, combined with her experience supervising the construction and renovation of several homes, gives her an advantage in Toronto’s competitive real estate market. Helen knows how to listen to her clients’ needs and find the right match while providing valuable input on design ideas. Her aesthetic sense is also an asset when preparing a home for sale and maximizing its potential on the market.
Helen knows more than just design! Her prior career was in research at an investment firm and this enables her to bring a comprehensive knowledge of finance to help clients find the ideal home within their budget. Helen is also very skilled at researching properties and comparables to ensure an educated decision is made in every transaction.
In her spare time Helen can be found walking her two Golden Retrievers, running or cycling. She has competed in multiple triathlons, half marathons and a few full marathons. One of her favourite events is the Muskoka Rocks 10K which raises funds for Camp Oochigeas, a camp that provides an active, outdoor experience for children with cancer.
“Helen sold our home in 8 days for 119% of asking price — that alone speaks for itself! We cannot thank them enough for all of their help and diligence in marketing our home for sale. We truly believe the value added Helen provided led to an extremely successful sale. It was a pleasure doing business with them.”
— Michelle Phillips and Sean Staples
November 27th, 2018
As a design enthusiast, I’m always excited to see a new design store and thrilled to see a new carpet store come to Toronto to provide a new option for consumers. Thirty Six Knots opened their doors last week with a focus on unique, handmade area carpets. They took over the space of Decorum, a design […]
October 28th, 2018
On Friday, October 19th, I had the pleasure of attending the Chestnut Park Symposium at the Crow’s Theatre, nestled on the ground floor of The Carlaw, a Streetcar Condo development in the heart of Leslieville. It was a full day of learning with some interesting speakers so I thought I would share some of the insights. […]
October 12th, 2018
September was a good month for Toronto Real Estate. We are returning to a more normal and balanced market. The introduction of the Foreign Buyer Tax, increased interest rates and the introcuction of mortgage stress testing seem to collaboratively be doing their job to curb real estate prices. A modest increase year over year of […]