Lifelong Etobicoke resident Julie Martin has always been fascinated by architecture and design. Julie’s passion for design results in an intense creativity that defines her personality – and serves her real estate clients well.
Julie has been successfully practicing Real Estate since 2009. Prior to real estate, Julie earned her Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from York University’s School of Business and subsequently excelled in the Corporate world in high-tech sales. She is also a licensed interior decorator.
She loves walking into a home and visualizing the possibilities. She also thrives on helping others see how a room can be arranged to make maximum usage of the space, or the perfect decor to complement the architecture.
Julie tailors her service to each client’s individual needs. As a Western Toronto native, she possesses a plethora of knowledge regarding local Etobicoke and South Mississauga neighbourhoods and market values.
Julie is committed to the neighborhoods in which she serves with her various involvements in the St. John Ambulance Dog Therapy Program, the Olive Branch for Children, The Toronto Wildlife Centre, founding the Central Etobicoke Neighborhood Watch (for which she received an Outstanding Community Service Award from her MPP) and in the past with the Thorncrest Village Community Association.
Julie understands the importance of your investment, whether you’re buying a personal residence or an investment property. When you work with Julie toward the sale or purchase of a property, her vision and creativity translates into successful “designs” for her clients. For buyers, her keen eye and creative foresight allows her to reveal hidden potential in a property. For sellers, her interior design background ensures your home will be staged to show in its best light.
Julie believes buying or selling a property opens the door to a world of possibilities. Making the most of your move starts with choosing a real estate professional with the creativity, business acumen and market mastery to reveal the opportunities that may not be apparent on the surface. In Etobicoke and South Mississauga, that professional is Julie Martin.