Joseph C.H. Wong pursued his real estate career in 1989. As the Vice President of Home/Life Gold Trade Realty Ltd., Joseph became one of the leading brokers in the GTA; having closed over 1000 lease and sale transactions and, consistently achieving a multitude of awards every year. For 10 years of his tenure at Home/Life Gold Trade Realty, Joseph managed to finish in the Top 10 out of 100+ Brokers.
Joseph is an active contributor to the industry. He is currently the President of the Markham, Richmond Hill and Vaughan Chinese Business Association (MRVCBA). He was also the Director & Treasurer of Support Enhance Access Service Centre (S.E.A.S. Centre).
Joseph is also responsible for directing company activities including client relations, marketing strategy, quality enhancement, major clients’ solicitation and deal negotiations.
Growing up in a real estate family, Micky’s passion for the family business has enabled him to carve out a successful career in the industry and a solid reputation backed with consistent results. Micky is a graduate of the University of Toronto where he holds a Bachelors Degree having studied Psychology, Sociology and Gender Studies. Before Micky started his real estate career, he worked at the Bank of Montreal as a Senior Customer Service Representative for two years.
His love for real estate is apparent in his everyday client interactions. He is known for his easy-going demeanor and excellent negotiation skills. Micky prides himself on providing honest and educated opinions to his clients; he genuinely enjoys working with people and strives to build lasting relationships that go beyond real estate.
Micky has achieved several awards throughout his real estate career including winning Rookie of the Year, the Executive Club Award and the 100% Club Award the past 4 years. He is also passionate about volunteering his time and donating to charities being an annual supporter of the Sick Kid’s Foundation & Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation along with having volunteered with Special Olympics Ontario and various other communities activities.
Eliza graduated from The University of Toronto with a Commerce and Actuarial Science Degree. Before her real estate career, she ran her own retail sales company for over 10 years. Eliza started her real estate career with Homelife and in 2009, she joined RE/MAX.
In her many years of real estate, she received numerous career awards including the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award. Eliza believes in giving back to her industry and is involved in a number of committees in the Toronto Real Estate Board and is a panel member of the TREB Professional Standards Hearings.
In 2017, Eliza received the prestigious David Rossi Committee Service Award in recognition of her outstanding contribution while serving as a committee member of the Toronto Real Estate Board.
Eliza believes that real estate is a people business both outside and within the brokerage. As the management team of a brokerage, it is very important to support the agents and make them feel like they belong to a big family.
Raised in a family of real estate enthusiasts, Joey has had a passion for the business from a very young age. Having called various Greater Toronto Areas home – from Leslieville to Markham – she is exceptionally knowledgeable when it comes to Toronto’s many coveted communities.
Joey graduated with a business degree from Ryerson University and went on to become a manager at TD Canada Trust. Her time spent with the company gave her the approach to use numbers and statistics to focus on wealth building for her clients to maximize their investments.
Joey’s focused approach to building supportive, long-term client relationships ensures investment dollars make sense. At the end of the day, providing her clients outward value hand-in-hand with a top-tier level of service is what makes Joey happy, and to her, is the definition of success.
Amy started her real estate career with HomeLife in 2004, and joined RE/MAX in 2009. Prior to her real estate career, Amy was in the retail sales industry.
During Amy’s real estate career, she has achieved many awards. Amy serves on the Toronto Real Estate Board Arbitration Roster and she has been a panel member since 2013. Volunteering on the Arbitration Roster is a way for her to give back to the real estate industry, and it has also been an opportunity for her to learn and expand her real estate knowledge over the years.
Aside from her passion and interest in real estate, during her free time, she enjoys gardening, home decorating, taking long walks and other outdoor activities.