Toronto’s top exclusive luxury real estate agent, ex-media/radio executive, mother and wife, Marci is the definition of a powerful, confident leading woman.
With over 14 years of experience helping clients buy and sell luxury homes in Toronto, Marci Cook brings coveted, exclusive properties to buyers in one of the world’s most competitive real estate markets.
Typically known for her uninterrupted persistence and ability to execute, she prides herself on always putting her clients’ needs first. A proven expert in strategic marketing and negotiating, Marci has received countless accolades for her uncanny ability to deliver results in challenging situations.
Marci’s unwavering dedication has boosted her into the top 1% [TREB stats.] of Toronto agents overall. She is one of the most successful real estate professionals in the country and has represented the most distinctive properties in Forest Hill for the most distinguished clients in the community.
In 2017 one of her record-selling achievements include the highest priced home sale (on MLS) in Forest Hill.
In 2018 Marci sold the highest-priced home for that year in Forest Hill.
In the fall of 2019 she represented the buyer and seller in the highest-priced home for that year in Forest Hill.
In the first three months of 2019, she sold over $27,000,000 which included four homes over $5,000,000.
In the third quarter of 2019 she sold the record breaking highest priced home in Forest Hill ( West of Spadina ) where she
represented the buyer in the transaction.
Marci’s clients receive exclusive access to a concierge service. Clients are privy to a network of the finest architects, contractors, interior designers, decorators,
movers, stagers, property managers, and much more.
Marci consistently supports numerous charities including :
The Hospital for Sick Children, JACS, The Humane Society, Baycrest Hospital, The Brain Project, The Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada,
V’ahavta, Lung Cancer Research Foundation, Homes First Foundation, Three To Be Foundation, MS Society of Canada, The MukiBaum Accessibility Centre and the Ride to Conquer Cancer.