Who We Are

We are a North York Real Estate, family team. We have been in the real estate business for over 35 years. Our roots began as P.R. Oulahen Ltd. and grew to become The Oulahen Team, part of Re/Max Realtron Realty Inc., Brokerage. We have a state of the art independent office in North York on Yonge Street just south of Sheppard Ave.

How Can We Help?

With experience in every facet of real estate, we can help you with buying or selling residential or commercial properties.

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Working With Us

See how our honest advice, confidentiality, and professional guidance will get you superior results. We can offer you a free, no obligation opinion of value if you’re selling, or set you up on a no pressure MLS listing search if you’re buying. We don’t hold back when it comes to advising clients. When you buy or sell a property with us, we treat the investment as if it were our own.

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What our clients have to say

What to expect
I had some serious doubts about purchasing a home, it seemed like such a HUGE task! What if I made the wrong choice? But Mark and Jeff eased all my concerns. They took me through the whole process step by step and made sure I understood everything that I had to do. No matter how many questions I had they let me do things in my own time and made sure I was comfortable with all my choices. Once Mark and I started! They were a pleasure to deal with and I am ever grateful for the wonderful support I got from the Oulahens. I recommend them to everyone I know! It was a great experience! I never thought purchasing a home could be so easy! Mark let me take all the time I needed to go through a LONG list of suites and in the end the suite I purchased was perfect.

Agnes

Recent Blogs

Old Malls, New Looks

Two malls, two new looks. A redevelopment proposal for Bayview Village and Fairview Mall will give both malls and surrounding areas a big makeover including new retail spaces and new condo developments. Here is a breakdown of what is going into each development project. Bayview Village You probably recognize Bayview Village as it stands today, beside the iconic ARC Condos and Bayview TTC Subway station. Here is a Google Maps shot of it as it stands today. What you might not have seen however is that they are expanding to include 5 mix-use residential and commercial buildings around the existing mall, ranging from 6 to 33 storeys, and will have direct access to the mall from the TTC. This project […]

Toronto Real Estate

Should I Buy or Sell First? What’s Less Stressful?

Buy or Sell First? What's Less Stressful? This is one of the most common issues our clients have and it plagues them with unanswered questions and sleep loss. “If I Buy first, I’ll have to have sell my home by a certain date.” “If I Sell first, I’ll feel forced to buy a house.” There isn’t a magic answer, however, there is a formula for making the right choice for you. Let’s break down the 4 major steps involved in buying/selling, so we can pinpoint the main stresses, and sift out all the other “annoyances”. Stage 1 - Education and Preparation This is the stage where you prepare your home for sale and get accustomed to the market you’re buying […]

Investor’s Tips for Happy Long-Term Tenants

A happy tenant means a happy landlord. Happy tenants are more likely to renew their lease, keep you informed of any issues in the property, and also take care of the property being rented. Here are a few investor tips to maintain a good rapport and keep your tenant happy. Be a proactive landlord – Make sure the property is in good condition when the tenant moves in. This determines the quality of your tenant and how they will treat it themselves. It’s a good idea to establish grounds for open communication and educate the tenants on the property rules and quirks. Be responsive to the tenants’ needs – Tenants, like most people, don’t appreciate being ignored so return calls, […]

Parking Matters

Parking Matters – Blog Parking is a big deal, even if you don’t have a vehicle. All of our buyers looking in Toronto’s parking restrictive core get this crash course.  There are many different parking scenarios in Toronto, so we attempted to rank them according to our biased experience from most to least favourable. Parking Via Public Laneway Arguably better than private drives. Your land is utilized better with no driveway, and it also has better curb appeal, and more front or back yard space. Most city public laneways are wide and accessed by concrete. A main negative to laneway parking is the laneway being inaccessible if another car blocks the way, or if there is a large snowfall that […]

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