The decision to open up an independent, locally owned and operated Real Estate Brokerage was not a difficult one.
We felt the franchise, corporate owned and steered conventional brokerages were not offering what agents in this century need, but were billing for obsolete services which did not attribute to an agent's overall success.
The concept of the brokerage was born out of an agent mastermind group we created a couple of years ago with a select group of fellow agents with the goal to stay informed, share ideas and techniques on how to grow our real estate business.
That group and the "novel" concept of viewing colleagues as colleagues instead of rivals is the foundation of our brokerage. Shunning the traditional brokerage model of cut-throat agents competing against each other, City Brokerage fosters a culture of collaboration in which fellow agents learn, grow, share and teach. This kind of an environment results in an office with a competitive edge.
Our philosophy is best reflected in the realization that surrounding the company with great people will keep us aligned around our vision and goals.
Sharing our success, skills and knowledge with our valued and respected agents, we will have made a full circle; our agents success is our success and vice-verse.
Heavily plugged into social media and internet marketing combined with our strategically located boutique office in the downtown core - we are the agency to watch for in Hamilton.
We offer three financial options to agents who fit our philosophy, vision and office culture.
We also offer unsurpassed administrative support at your disposal to make your life easier and smoother, freeing you up to do what you do best-facilitate successful real estate transactions. This is accompanied by a tried and true system designed to make and keep our agents successful and at the top of their game.
We hope that you see yourself in this kind of environment and look forward to confidentially speaking with you.
An Interactive Map to the lastest Development Projects in your area
Your interactive map to the newest Development Projects in the City of Hamilton.
If you are interested in the latest condo projects that have been popping up all over Hamilton, Ontario check out this map
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Hamilton "The Ambitious City"
Hamilton, Ontario Canada
The AMBITIOUS City
Real Estate City., Brokerage
New Hamilton GO Station
The idea for the new Go Station gained traction with the Nine Big Moves. This list consisted of 9 big developments including high-order connectivity to the Pearson Airport Districts from surrounding GTA regions and an expending Union Station. Being a $16 billion dollar project, there were a couple tall orders, one of those being the set-up of a system of interconnected mobility hubs. These mobility hubs are major transit stations scattered across the GTHA, there are 51 being built to date. This is where Hamilton’s Go Station comes into play.
A study was conducted of the region and presented to the Planning Committee in September. The new Go Station will be located on James Street North in the Hamilton-LIUNA hub. It is scheduled to open in the summer of 2015, with some work expected to continue after the opening.
A community request was imputed to provide some greenery. An idea was developed to create a balance between concrete elements and green landscaping. Metrolinx has decided to plant over 150 trees, small area of grass and 2,000 perennials. Trees are expected to mature and provide shade within 5 years.
Along with the greenery aspect of the new Go Station, there has been an outpour of requests for public art to be a factor in the décor of the hub. Metrolinx along with the City of Hamilton are finalizing an agreement to commission a medium scale of public art.
The image below depicts what it to be expected of the new hub! The structure will be fully enclosed in glass for a beautiful view of the waterfront and all surrounding areas. Part of the plan is to open a small retail area inside the station.