Opus Homes President Andrea DeGasperis-Ronco says that when she established her Vaughan-ON-based company seven years ago, she had two goals: to build homes that stood out from the competition, and to provide clients with a uniquely pleasant purchase experience.
The city of Vancouver in British Columbia has another name among the locals: “Hongcouver”, thanks to the strong Cantonese influence. The unmistakable whiff of dim sum and fried rice hits you when you stroll down the roads in many parts of Vancouver and even The Greater Toronto area, such as Markham, to endorse this.
Not all prospective new-home buyers love every step of the process. For anyone who’s ever stood in line at a grand opening or waited patiently for their turn to select a unit, floorplan or lot, you know there’s a huge time commitment.
Some of that may be changing, however, thanks to technology and software that expedites the process. One such example is Salefish.
With a new home real estate market that is bustling with activity, purchasing a home is accomplished amid a background of complexity. Keeping track of what has sold and what stages the various sales are at is a challenge for builders and developers. The variables such as which homes can go on what lots combine with architectural requirements and availability to create a scenario in which costly mistakes can occur. Using new sales software provides real-time inventory, pricing and reports to streamline the process.
On Friday May 4th, over 1,300 industry leaders in the Greater Toronto Area gathered for the 38th Annual BILD Awards presented by the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD). They recognized the astounding achievements of developers, new home builders, architects, designers as well as sales and marketing professionals across our region.
Congratulations to our clients on their well deserved nomination and awards.