Meet Jody

Nice to meet you!  Thanks for stopping by.

I grew up north of the city in Caledon Village, and spent a great deal of time with family in the neighbouring towns of Brampton and Orangeville.  As a west-end girl, I purchased my first home in Mississauga and spent ten years working in a senior IT position at a large company.  I always wanted to be my own boss, however, so I chucked corporate life for the opportunity to follow my dream of working in real estate. More than twelve years later, I’ve never looked back!

I moved to midtown Toronto eight years ago, where I now enjoy life with my partner (in life and in business), our two dogs, and the cat we adopted from my mom when she moved to Australia in 2015. I’ve loved getting to know the east end of Toronto, and thoroughly enjoy taking full advantage of everything this great city has to offer. I’m a diehard Blue Jays fan (you can often find me at the Rogers Centre), a movie buff (I always take a week off in the fall to attend TIFF), a nature trail and dog park enthusiast, and I’m always game to try out new restaurants with clients and friends. I also love to travel, and try to get to Australia to see my family as often as I can.

Helping people find the right place to call home is an incredibly exciting and rewarding experience for me.  I am patient, calm, and knowledgeable, and I strive to make your buying or selling experience one to remember!  As my client, you will always have the tools and information you need to make a wise buying or selling decision. I’ve expanded my areas of expertise over the last several years, as the hot Toronto market has prompted people to look for housing outside of the downtown core. I’ve helped my clients buy and sell homes from Hamilton (where I also have full board access) to Orangeville to Ajax, as well as cottage properties in Parry Sound, Georgina, and the Kawarthas. I’m always willing to go the distance!

Feel free to give me a call anytime if you have questions!

Let's go Blue Jays! © Allyson Scott

Let’s go Blue Jays! © Allyson Scott