Andre Celotto Toronto Realtor

We’re Expanding: Buy, Sell, or Invest in Toronto Real Estate Directly With Me

My extensive career in Teaching & Genealogy have lead me to venture into the world of real estate where my invaluable culmination of skills and international connections will help develop new opportunities for those looking to invest in Toronto real estate.

My advanced knowledge of the Canadian Immigration process, and skills in both research and tracing family roots help me assist those looking to move to Canada or who just arrived in this incredible country find their first, second, and/or third home.

After completing my real estate education program at Humber College, I joined the Pulse Team at Royal LePage Your Community Realty, and am ready to begin a new journey this ever evolving industry.

I understand the needs of international real estate clients, as I’ve been working with them for 14 years on the immigration and genealogy side, and am able to assist clients looking to invest or move to Canada in English, Portuguese, and/or Spanish.

I am excited to expand into providing new services to Toronto’s multi-cultural community. Whether you’re looking to buy a condo, sell your home, grow your multi-family commercial empire, or simply rent your first condo, I would be happy to help. 

You can reach me, Andre Celotto, directly by phone or text at 416-477-9737, or by email andre@pulserealty.ca

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