About – Dean Gibbons



What do you like most about real estate?  I like riding shotgun through the most pivotal points in my clients lives.  There can be a lot of emotions involved but it gives me a thrill when a deal comes together for them.

What do you like least?  I don't like that it doesn't take much to get your real estate licence.  It's not fun having to answer for the actions of an unscrupulous few in this business.

Where have you lived? Pickering, King West and High Park. All are great for different reasons.

What kind of people do you work with?  I prefer working with cool people. Buying and selling real estate is serious business but that doesn't mean you can't have fun and a few laughs along the way. 

Sales Stats

# Of Transactions

Average Days On Market-

7.8 Days
  • 49% Faster sale than the industry average

% Of Asking Price


I grew up in a small town in southern Ontario.  It was there that I learned the value of hard work and the value of a dollar.  There is no such thing as easy money in the tobacco fields that is for sure.

I studied Economics at the prestigious University of Waterloo.  ​I played 5 years of varsity football appearing in 2 Yate's Cups, winning one Championship.  After a stint of professional football in Europe I returned to Canada to assume a management role in the hospitality industry.

After substantial success in the hospitality industry, I made the decision to pursue a career in Real Estate.  Combining my  knowledge of consumer behaviour and economic trends with superior "people skills" I have achieved great success in this highly competitive field.  

I am consistently among the top 10% of Realtor's on the Toronto Real Estate board.  I am experienced in all facets of Residential Real Estate having traded everything from tiny bachelor condos to large development properties.

While personal success is important to me, doing what's right for my clients is always the focal point of everything that I do.  

Nothing feels better than watching the tears stream down the face of my client when they realize that money won't be an issue anymore.