Robert Greenberg knows some Toronto neighbourhoods so well that he can quote the lot size and last selling price of every property on the street. It’s no wonder. He’s invested 35 years in the local real estate market where selling properties and helping customers find their dream homes is a labour of love.
Robert has been serving the community with independent brokerage Harvey Kalles Real Estate for the past 32 years—and been the top selling agent for 28 of them. Robert and his team of experts specialize in representing homes in Forest Hill, Lawrence Park, Lytton Park and Leaside, and neighbourhoods along Avenue Road, Bayview Avenue and York Mills Road.
In 2015, the Greenberg Team was awarded the title of Number One Sales Team in Toronto by the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB). In 2016 they sold 174 homes with a market value of $352 million and an average selling price consistently above asking. Robert himself has been ranked among the top three TREB agents in a field of more than 48,000 real estate agents.
Robert’s philosophy is simple: he likes to win, whether he’s selling your property or helping you find your dream home. He does so with fairness and integrity by working longer and harder than others to exceed client expectations. “Houses don’t sell themselves,” he says. His sales strategy on behalf of clients unfolds like a well-oiled machine, leaving nothing to chance. On a typical weekend, his team manages 30 to 40 open houses regularly.
Robert devotes as many as 70 to 80 hours a week to the art of real estate sales and offers the full force of the brokerage’s resources to promote properties for sale. His strategies bring buyer and seller together in less than half of the average 60 days it takes to sell most properties on Toronto’s Multiple Listing Service.
In his free time, Robert loves to play hockey, ski and show his three children how to win at tennis. He’s been happily married to his wife Viviann for over 22 years. He’s also devoted dog owner and lavishes attention on two standard poodles. He supports a slate of charities that includes the Hospital for Sick Children and North York General Hospital.
“I adore the real estate business,” he says. “What that means to people with properties for sale is that I will work harder to get better prices for them in the least amount of time.”