Broker, Chestnut park real estate limited, brokerage
Justine Deluce is proven, entrepreneurial, generous, focused and knows the value of hard work.
From 2003 to 2015, she was part of the leadership team at Chestnut Park, serving as Chief Operating Officer and Broker of Record for the last three. During this time, she built her reputation as a highly effective negotiator and problem-solver and helped build the firm in every market where it operates, with over $2 billion a year total dollar volume of real estate sold. Justine led many of the firm’s growth initiatives — from re-organizing the firm’s operating infrastructure to accommodate its strategic growth objectives and launching its offices in Collingwood ; to partnering with Christie’s International Real Estate in order to create a global marketing platform for the brand and its 300 agents.
In the spring of 2015 she decided to return to selling real estate, which is not an odd thing for someone who’s managed a company for twelve years and wants to renew her connection to what drew her to the business in the first place: helping people realize their real estate goals in a way that profits them and makes them feel great about the process.
She is not only ardent about bringing together buyers and sellers, she’s passionate about her city and the people in it. She’s volunteered her time and raised money for many organizations and causes, including Covenant House, the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, the Royal Ontario Museum, French for the Future (she’s bilingual) and the Fraser Institute.
Justine went to Havergal College in Toronto and the University of Western Ontario in London (BA, French), then earned her MBA at the University of Edinburgh.
Luxury Real Estate • Toronto Real Estate • Marketing Strategy • International Referrals • Executive Relocation
Global Luxury Home Specialists
Through our exclusive partnership with Christie’s International Real Estate, we provide clients with unparalleled access to the global real estate market, connecting buyers and sellers throughout the world.
A Brand Built on Unrivalled Expertise
Chestnut Park Founder Catherine Deluce, with her extensive background in real estate and passion to build a brokerage with a reputation for quality, professionalism, and excellent service, had the vision to establish Chestnut Park in 1990, giving buyers and sellers a new choice for a customized real estate experience.
We are committed to providing every Chestnut Park client with the most customized premium service in the industry. Our leaders remain committed to ensuring our team of realtors represent the very best in the industry so we can continue delivering exceptional service to our clients.
Innovation is Part of Our DNA
From finding and developing the best agents in the business to employing leading-edge technologies, global networking and custom targeted marketing campaigns and leveraging the latest tools, we are continually evolving so we stay ahead of our competition and relevant to our clients and their needs.
Global Luxury Home Specialists
Compromised of brokers who demonstrate success in luxury home sales and excellence in customer service, the Christie’s International Real Estate network connects buyers and sellers throughout the world.
Global Marketing Programs with Worldwide Reach
Your home will be marketed using proven marketing techniques that provide unmatched local, national and international exposure to the world’s most discerning buyers.
Auction House and Real Estate Synergy
The combined global networks of Christie’s Auction House and Christie’s International Real Estate create a world-class showcase for distinctive properties. No other network offers this level of international visibility to qualified buyers of high-value homes.
Instant Brand Recognition
After 245 years, the Christie’s name continues to command global awareness and provide assurance of impeccable service, integrity and discretion.
There have been a number of changes in the Toronto and area residential resale market in the last two months, and yet in many ways it continues to resemble the market that had politicians and economists expressing sustainability concerns in February and in March.