Gallo Real Estate Ltd. is an independent and family-owned company established in 1975 known originally as Stouffville Real Estate Ltd. Since then we have been faithfully servicing Stouffville and surrounding areas throughout York Region, Durham Region, Toronto and beyond from our easily recognized office strategically located at the four corners of Highway #48 (Markham Rd.) and Stouffville Sideroad.
People have long associated the company name of Gallo Real Estate Ltd. with expertise, trust and personalized service.
Our representatives are chosen for their honesty, integrity, and dedication to service, as well as their selling expertise. As a home seller, you will greatly benefit from their knowledge and experience. Our professionals know that their success is achieved by their ability to help you reach your objectives!
Whether buying or selling, you can rely on our expertise for effective results. We take pride in knowing that you, our client, is satisfied and we are confident that the quality of our service will ensure your satisfaction!
The repeat business we enjoy is an indication of the satisfaction level of our clients. We encourage you to "Ask your Friends About Us".
Contact us today, for free real estate advice, to find your nearest sales associate or to find your dream home!
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