Ruth Halperin

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If you are thinking of selling or buying a home in Central Toronto and surrounding area - make sure you interview Ruth Halperin first for reliable, trustworthy, and superior advice.

Ruth Halperin has been a full-time, professional REALTOR since 1989, specializing in the sales and marketing of single-family homes, duplexes, condos and townhomes in central Toronto including upper and lower Forest Hill, North Toronto, Avenue/Lawrence, Cedarvale, Allenby, Moore Park and Rosedale, Yonge/St.Clair and surrounding neighbourhoods. She is also very experienced selling in North York, including the Avenue/Lawrence area, Allenby, Lytton Park, Lawrence Park, Cricket Club area and extends her expertise to Richmond Hill and Thornhill as well.

As a testament to her real estate sales and customer service skills, Ruth was inducted into the Re/Max Hall of Fame in 1997 after just 3 1/2 years with the Remax organization. She has been in the top 1 percent of Re/Max's Canadian sales since 1993, a consistent Platinum Award member since 1994, and a member of the prestigious Chairman's Club as well. Ruth continues to be one of the top producers in her office year after year.

Thank you for visiting and if you decide to sell or purchase a property and require the skills and experience of a seasoned award winning Realtor please don't hesitate to contact me.



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  10/29/2020 | Posted in Canadian Housing Market by Ruth Halperin
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After what RBC Senior Economist Robert Hogue calls a "spectacular rally," the market has fully recovered and then some. What comes next, however, is still shrouded in ... More

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  10/28/2020 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Ruth Halperin
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The Bank of Canada held the rate steady at 0.25 per cent and said the country’s economy won’t fully absorb slack in the economy before 2023, suggesting it will ... More