Speed dating for professionals toronto
Gaynor said she’s had the idea for a long time because she herself co-owned a home with a friend in the early 90s. More recently, the speed-dating element came to Gaynor when she was joking with her three sons about how they can now use apps like Tinder to find a date, then it hit her: “Why couldn’t we use something similar to hook people up — to buy a property together?
” “It helps people increase their net worth, and it’s not just about a landlord making money off of your rent,” she said.
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To Speed Date in one night, you sit down, one on one, for up to ten 8 minute dates.
At a recent speed-dating event for potential co-homeowners, guests who range from millennials to seniors have come to find The One — a match made in real estate heaven.
They’re given a list of questions to ask each other. “I haven’t seen many co-ownership deals,” she responds, adding that she would like to find a home in the Beaches area. The housing matchmaker behind this event is Lesli Gaynor, a social worker-turned-Royal Le Page realtor who launched a company called Go Co Solutions to help people get into Toronto’s red-hot real estate market through co-ownership.
Each date is 7 minutes long and you will be asked to simply put a yes or no check mark beside each date's name you meet.
Each station will be identified with a heart marked with a letter from the alphabet.They take a seat at the long table, where they have a few minutes to chat before the bell rings and it’s time to move on to their next “date.” “I’m an investor,” one man with multiple properties in Canada and Asia declares to the young woman sitting across from him. Her other criteria: “Close to transit,” which she writes on her name tag. The average selling price in the Greater Toronto Area in May was 3,910, up from 2,100 the same month last year.