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We speak fluent real estate. If you are thinking of selling or buying a home in Vaughan, Markham, Whitchurch-Stouffville, Richmond Hill, York Region, Toronto, and GTA - make sure you interview Sam Cuda & Nancy Cuda first for reliable, trustworthy, and professional advice.

Sam Cuda was a teacher for 31 years, until his retirement in 2018, after which his real estate career quickly morphed to full-time. The skills from his teaching career - being a good listener; negotiating; problem solving - gives him an edge in real estate. In a recent interview in the prestigious REM magazine, Sam explains why "Teachers make the best Realtors".

For sellers, we can provide a comparative market analysis to give an idea of your home's worth, as well as suggest the optimum strategy for effective marketing to ensure a successful sale.

If you're thinking of buying your first property, downsizing, or upgrading to bigger and better, we can work together to determine your needs and ensure that we find your dream home in a timely manner and at your convenience.

Our award winning successful track record, client testimonials and 40+ year combined experience, stand as solid proof that Cuda Team delivers consistent superior results. If you are looking for a skilled and reliable Realtor® to guide you through the real estate market, look no further - We are looking forward to working for you!


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  2/25/2021 | Posted in Mortgages and Real Estate by Sam & Nancy Cuda
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Most homeowners who sought deferrals for mortgages last year have seen their deferral periods end, but CMHC says the risk of these borrowers falling into arrears could ... More

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  2/24/2021 | Posted in Canadian Housing Market by Sam & Nancy Cuda
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Canada's top central banker said Tuesday that the economy would continue to need monetary stimulus, likely until 2023, even though there are already signs it could be ... More


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