Broker, Senior Vice President - Sales,
CIPS - Certified International Property Specialist
A passionate lifetime Toronto resident, Jim has been a leading real estate professional for over 20 years and was elected, by his peers as a Director of the Toronto Real Estate Board.
Jim is passionate about this "city of neighbourhoods" and how it reflects the global mosaic. He lives out his love for people and diversity by working with global clients as well as those moving within the GTA.
Jim's financially strategic real estate approach provides both Buyers and Sellers with economic analysis to assist in the decision making of their major real estate acquisitions and transitions. Jim pairs a custom tailored service that has created a strong loyalty base of clients in the luxury home, condominium and investment markets.
在20年的房地产职业生涯中，Jim 凭着他对市场的深刻认识以及专业的客户服务在同事和客户中赢得了不菲的声誉，服务了来自世界各地移居安大略省的客户。在信息科技高度发达的今天，客户要求的是精益求精的服务。因此，在每一个项目中，Jim 仔细的研究他理解了每一个客户的独特需求，提供高效准确的服务，满足客人的期望与目标。
Jim in the Press
Jim was recently interviewed for CityNews.ca about the current state of the Toronto real estate market and the predictions for 2019.
One of our recent listing was just featured in The Globe and Mail Under done deals.
One of our very special listings has been featured in Mansion Global. Here is a part of the article with some information about 124 Park Road.
Jim Burtnick's presentation on office condominiums.
The two bedroom corner suite in the boutique building "Soho" was sold in a day to a buyer who never even visited the condo!
The four-bedroom row house at 642 Wellington St. W hit the market in November and sold in 9 days for $250,100 over asking price. Here is the article posted in the Globe and Mail.
Jim was recently interviewed by Jill Mahoney from Globe and Mail about the effects of Foreign Buyer's Tax on Toronto.
By buying office condos you build equity, not just in your business, but in your real estate holdings in your business.
The Toronto luxury real estate market is booming.
“Toronto is known as the most multilingual and multicultural city [in Canada],” said Jim Burtnick, of the Torontoism team of Sotheby’s International Realty. “There are six Chinatowns and everybody and anybody coming here will feel pretty absorbed into the community.”