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I love urban spaces in general, and London’s in particular. They’re magical places. Perhaps it’s because I grew up in a small town, Woodstock ON, that I find central London to be so special.

I reject the notion that downtown London, and some of the neighbourhoods it contains, are beyond repair and unworthy of attention. Or affection.

I’m a “neighbourhood guy”, and have been for a long time. I spend nearly all of my time working in the most fantastic neighbourhoods in the city, where there is an exciting and diverse range of housing and business options to fit all budgets.

My working days are spent helping buyers and sellers in these neighbourhoods – beautiful heritage homes, solid investment properties, exciting commercial spaces, worry-free condos and creative office environments.

Much of my free time is spent building these same neighbourhoods from the inside out as a widely-respected neighbourhood advocate, heritage enthusiast, commentator on civic affairs, and well-known London urbanist.

In other words, I practice what I preach. And what I preach is this: living and/or working in downtown London affords one the opportunity to live an urban lifestyle in close proximity to good schools, shopping, entertainment, dining and recreational spaces.

After all, who wouldn’t want to spend less time in the car, live in highly-connected, vibrant and walkable neighbourhoods, and enjoy life more as a result? I specialize in helping individuals, families, small business owners and employers achieve this urban lifestyle.


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