“I’ve been in real estate for 16 years,” Broker of Record/CEO Peggy Hill noted.
“In 2010, I started my own brokerage, and since then we’ve continued to grow working from Toronto to Muskoka! I recently opened my own brokerage again and we are proud to be Re/Max Hallmark The Peggy Hill Group.”
Hill said her passion for people and strong business acumen creates a perfect blend for ensuring the best possible outcome for all involved.
“What sets me apart from other realtors is my team,” she said, pointing out The Peggy Hill Team is dedicated to its promise to ‘Keep It Real’ through our real people, real service and providing real results.
“Everyone that works for me is passionate about what they do. We’re a caring and dedicated team of like-minded individuals. I identified very early that real estate is a people business and that it’s important to have a team that specializes in service.”
According to Hill, if one’s looking for a real-estate experience, not just a transaction, ‘we’re your team!’
Hill added her team is always focused on giving a customized experience to every client to ensure that they are cared for in the best possible way.
“The customized experience will make sure that clients are working with someone who understands them and that they are comfortable with,” she said. “There’s no ego on our team. Our team provides a customer-focused approach and we are dedicated to being innovative and creative when marketing our listings to ensure that they receive as much exposure as possible.
But part of Hill’s motto also involves giving back to the community.
“One thing that sets us apart from other realtors is how much The Peggy Hill Team cares about the community and how we're dedicated to giving back,” Hill said, noting they’ve had the privilege over the years to work with some amazing, Barrie-area charities including Autism Ontario, Hospice Simcoe and Gilda’s Club of
“Our very own Terry Laycock Schneider volunteers at the Barrie Food Bank every week, and everyone on our team understands how important it is to support local organizations that do great work in the Simcoe County Area.”