Caroline Goldhar

Sales Representative

Royal LePage Estate Realty - East Toronto Office

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Royal LePage Estate Realty is a team of Professionals. We are the most innovative, highly trained and technologically advanced company in the industry. We are backed by the most efficient and advanced support network. On-going training and coaching ensures that we offer our clients the highest level of expertise. Our 3 offices are staffed 7 days a week, and our over 130 agents are available by text or email 24 hours a day. Our ownership team is second to none with a full-time management support that is always available. The Royal LePage name is respected and admired for the integrity it brings to all of its relationships.

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Royal LePage Estate Realty - East Toronto Office

My Awards
Master Sales Award Master Sales
President's Gold Award President's Gold

About Caroline Goldhar

I’ve lived in Toronto my whole life. I love exploring the city and have lived in the Distillery (before it was a thing), Leaside, and the Danforth. I now live in the Upper Beaches with my family. After earning my Honours BA, I worked for a non-profit condo developer who helped make home ownership achievable for low income individuals and families. I then had a long career in marketing working with international brands including Pepsi and Budweiser.

For me, real estate has been the most satisfying of my careers. I enjoy the process of working with buyers and sellers and seeing the happiness my clients feel when a deal is made. It is not always easy but I love the process and look forward to working old an new clients in the future.

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