Toronto Startup Condo Outlet Wants to Revolutionize the Experience of Buying, Selling, and Renting Condos

Posted by Knowlton Thomas

Toronto startup CondoOutlet.com says it is revolutionizing the experience of buying, selling, and renting a condo "by Toronto consumers with the most comprehensive online condo marketplace." The company notes that it is "the first condo retail store to sell both new and existing condos locally and internationally," and that it is the "only weekly condo TV show in the world."

“Almost 30,000 new condos were sold in the Greater Toronto Area in 2011, breaking condo sales records in Toronto and in every city in North America,” says Roman Bodnarchuk, Condo Outlet Founder. “In spite of this hot market, most buyers are stuck purchasing their condo with very little information about one of the biggest investments of their life.”

CondoOutlet.com features the most comprehensive condo listings of existing and new builds, HD video tours featuring full amenities of over 200 condos in Toronto, 13,000 floor plans, 10 years of historical data, tools to compare the value of condos, and an unedited condo review site. At the Condo Outlet Retail Store you’ll meet with a Condo Genius, an independent condo expert and licensed real estate agent, to review new and existing condo opportunities in Toronto and around the globe. Condo Outlet TV takes you behind the scenes to meet the architects, engineers and developers behind the condos and provides insight from industry experts like Brad Lamb.

“We know most condo buyers don’t have time to tour over 300 condo sales offices," says Roman. "So we’ve done it for you! CondoOutlet.com is the only site where condo buyers have full access to HD video tours of every condo in Toronto, floor plans, research and more. And when you’re ready, you can take the experience offline and chat with a Condo Genius on the phone or in person at our retail store."

Check out a preview of the television showl

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Knowlton Thomas

Knowlton Thomas

Knowlton is the managing editor of Techvibes. Based in Vancouver, Knowlton has been published in national publications and has also appeared on television and radio. Previously he was an editor for New Westminster weekly The Other Press and served on its board of directors. When not working, Knowlton enjoys playing tennis, hiking, and exploring weird side streets. more




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