Caroline Goldhar

Sales Representative

Royal LePage Estate Realty - East Toronto Office

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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 and new clients in the future. The majority of my business is based on referrals and repeat clients, but new clients are always welcome!

Latest Blog Posts

Federal government extends foreign buyer ban to 2027

In an attempt to address the ongoing housing supply and affordability crisis in Canada, the federal government announced earlier this month that the Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential

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A resurgence of activity in Canada’s housing market is expected this spring, with sidelined buyers banking on a drop in interest rates

High interest rates have caused many homebuyers and sellers to push pause on their real estate plans over the last six months, significantly curtailing overall activity in housing markets across the

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Real estate terminology 101

Buying a home is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful and even confusing. With all of the legal documentation, bank information and administrative procedures to coordinate when buying a

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Canadians are combining their buying power and co-owning homes with family and friends to combat unaffordability

High property prices, elevated interest rates and the rising cost of living has prompted many Canadians to rethink their lifestyle and housing needs. For some, this means pooling financial resources

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