Passionate, high-integrity, reliable, authentic and strategic are just a few words to describe Peter. Born and raised in Ottawa; Peter studied in Advertising/Marketing before launching a career that spanned high tech, airlines and opening three boutique hotels. But his passion for Real Estate combined with his shrewd negotiation skills and fresh marketing approach brought him to eXp Absolute. Peter strives for excellence in the industry, an accomplished professional backed by the ABR Accredited Buyer Representative®, CNE Certified Negotiations Expert® and ASA Accredited Seniors Agent®.
The majority of Peter’s business is by referral. He is proud of the fact that it has been built one relationship at a time. His approach is very different from other Realtors®. He works from a relational strategy versus a transactional mindset. “To me, relationships are more important than transactions. You control my business. Your referrals are the foundation of my business so I aim to exceed your expectations every step of the way delivering value and great customer service.”
In 2016 Peter launched Homefront Canada, a one-stop relocation network for Military, First Responder and RCMP families relocating across Canada with National Partners such as Via Rail, Avis Budget and Freedom 55 Financial to name a few. “With a network of experienced, diligent, professional and Brookfield GRS approved Realtors across Canada in every major centre and base town we have you covered from pre-posting, HHT and relocations from any location across Canada.”
In 2019, Homefront Canada expanded to create Seniors Homefront, supporting the retirement community across Canada to ensure there was a trusted real estate option of high-integrity, ethics and experienced service to support the shifting demographic in Canada’s aging communities. SeniorsHomefront.ca is the solution for supporting and assisting seniors and their families across Canada with their buying and selling needs. The one-stop solution supports seniors and their families in the transition of selling the family home and transitioning to retirement homes, long-term stay medical facilities, downsizing and ‘stay-at-home’ solutions. “Through our strategic partnerships we offer a comprehensive suite of services covering all aspects of the transitioning family such as dietary needs, foot care, insurance, at-home nursing care, legal and accounting requirements. The real estate portion handles all aspects for the transition including estate selling, staging, handyman services, professional and caring selling solutions for the family home.” As a coast-to-coast network of reliable, professional ASA (designated Accredited Seniors Agents) Real Estate Agents with years of experience working in seniors’ communities we’ve come together to offer you more than the traditional services a Real Estate Agent offers.
In 2020, New Homefront was launched assisting newly immigrated families to Canada. The growing demand for real estate in Canada is being driven largely by immigrated families whom make up 1 in every 5 home purchases. With the professional, ethical and transparent approach of Homefront Canada and Seniors Homefront, launching an end-to-end solution supporting newly arrived Canadians not only eases the transition and concerns of these families it also helps welcome them to our country as they continue to support Canada’s growing economy and skills sector. For Peter, relationships are more important than transactions. You may have noticed that many real estate agents take a transactional approach to sales—identifying clients, closing the deal, and then moving on to the next one. Peter chooses not to work that way because he believes you deserve more from the professional you decide to work with. “For many of my clients, I have become their ‘Community Connector’. A friend and resource to help connect them to all the resources and contacts that can help them get from here…..to there.” When choosing to make a move, sometimes it’s more than just real estate. Sometimes it’s about a lifestyle choice. A change from where we are to where we want to be. Think of Peter as your ‘Community Connector’. An agent who will be there before, during and long after the deal is done.
In 2020, what started as a fun project turned into a valuable service for people relocating to Ottawa Ontario and moving to Ottawa Ontario. Living in Ottawa has become the top real estate brand for families curious about relocating to Ottawa Canada. We cover topics such as the Cost of Living in Ottawa, Pros and Cons of Living in Ottawa, Ottawa Neighbourhood Tours, Ottawa Real Estate Market, Ottawa Lifestyle and events taking place across Ottawa or in the popular suburbs such as Kanata, Stittsville, Barrhaven, Orleans and so many more.
I have lived in Ottawa Canada my entire life, traveled across Canada and have raised my family in many of the popular Ottawa neighbourhoods providing an in-depth experience about the Ottawa Real Estate Market, Ottawa Lifestyle and Ottawa History that I love to share with people relocating to Ottawa Canada or across Canada!
We used Peter Twolan to sell our home in Almonte. It was an amazing experience. He explained everything in detail and helped whenever we had questions. He was approachable and very professional. I would definitely recommend Peter if you need an Ottawa real estate agent!
Great Realtor in Ottawa. Exceptionally good service, total commitment with the project and it’s making our moving to Ottawa a lot easier. I totally recommend Peter and his team.
It took us a while to find the right agent and we are happy we came across Peter! Peter was kind and patient throughout the whole process. He is knowledgeable in the field and offered his insight on each house we visited. So happy we found a life-long agent. Thanks Peter!
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