Eleonora launched her real estate career in 1990 and has consistently won numerous prestigious real estate awards of recognition for outstanding performance within Royal LePage/Johnston & Daniel Division, the most successful real estate office in Canada.
Eleonora’s hard work and dedication gained its due recognition when she achieved the Diamond Award of Merit, the Gairdner Award and the Award of Excellence.
Eleonora is dedicated and professional, spending countless hours following up leads, doing open houses and showing properties including nights and weekends. Her expertise and track record demonstrate prioritizing her client’s interest above her own.
Eleonora concentrates on selling homes and condominiums in downtown, central, North Toronto and Thornhill. She is a proven outstanding negotiator. She specializes in fine homes and luxury condos in prestigious neighborhoods such as Forest Hill, Yorkville, Avenue Road and Lawrence, downtown and the Waterfront.
Eleonora (or Ellie as many of her friends and clients call her) is passionate, persistent and dedicated when working with buyers and sellers, usually exceeding her client’s expectations by delivering her expert knowledge of the market conditions, using skillful negotiation skills and always putting her client’s interests above her own. She combines innovative and unique marketing strategies with leading edge technology to get homes sold to the full satisfaction of both sellers and buyers.
Numerous testimonials from her clients attesting‘hands-on’ and care speak volume for her standards of highest quality and professional service.
Eleonora is fluent in English, Spanish and Hebrew and has a good command of French. She has an Honors Bachelor degree from Tel Aviv University.
Eleonora was a long time resident of the Avenue Road and Lawrence neighborhood and recently moved to downtown Toronto. Her son Leerom lives in the city and is the President and CEO of his own company with over 450 employees, a three time recipient of the Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Her daughter Shirelle recently moved back to Toronto from New York City after five years of a successful real estate and public relations career for high profile international developers.