Richard Silver

Sales Representative, Senior Vice President - Sales,
ABR, e-PRO, CIPS - Certified International Property Specialist 

Richard Silver headshot

Leading Silver Burtnick & Associates at Sotheby's International Realty Canada, Richard is designated as an ABR, e-PRO and a Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS). A past Director-at-Large for the Canadian Real Estate Association, and Past-President of the Toronto Real Estate Board.

A speaker and writer about the use of "Technology in Real Estate" as well as "The International Real Estate Market", he is founding Past-President of the Asian Real Estate Association of America, Toronto Chapter. Inman News named him one of the "Top 100 Most Influential people in Real Estate for 2013".

Richard also speaks French.

Chef de l'équipe Silver Burtnick & Associates chez Sotheby's International Realty Canada, Richard est un spécialiste certifié en propriété internationale (CIPS) avec les désignations ABR et e-PRO. Ancien directeur-général de l'Association canadienne de l'immeuble (CREA) et ancien président du conseil en immobilier de Toronto (TREB).

Conférencier et écrivain sur l'utilisation de la «technologie dans l'immobilier» ainsi que sur le «marché immobilier international», il est président fondateur de l'Association asiatique en immobilier de l'Amérique (AREAA) pour le section de Toronto. Inman News l'a nommé l'un des «100 personnes les plus influentes dans l'immobilier de 2013».

作为北美亚裔房地产协会重要成员曾任加拿大分部主席,同时作为演说家和作家,著有"新型科技技术在房地产领域的应用"和"国际房地产市场"等。在2013年,Richard Silver 更是被英曼新闻评为,全北美前100名最具影响力的地产领袖之一。

Richard's videos


Richard in the Press

Over a Pint with Andrew Fogliato

Andrew Fogliato interviewed Richard for his podcast called "Over a Pint." Tune in and listen to Richard talk about his dance years, his real estate beginnings, travelling and meeting new cultures.

Richard for CBC News: Foreign home buyers love Toronto for the schools

Richard Silver, a Sotheby's realtor and past Toronto Real Estate Board president who works with foreign buyers, told Metro Morning host Matt Galloway that most of his foreign clients are coming to Toronto for educational and business opportunities, not just to park their money offshore, and that a foreign buyer tax would be a bad

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