Neil Warshafsky is a specialist in the sale of all forms of investments in real estate as well as leasing both in Canada and the United States. He has an Honours B.A. in Business and Urban Planning.
A CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Manager), Neil Warshafsky has vast experience in the structuring of real estate transactions and dealing with distressed real estate and the repositioning of assets. Neil is the 2004/05 President of CCIM Central Canada Chapter. He was Number 10 in Canada for all of RE/MAX in 2003.
In early 1999, he established RE/MAX Commercial Focus Inc. which is a commercial only brokerage company, and has since been joined by 25 commercial specialists. This company was acquired in 2007 and Neil and Fraser MacDonald formed a new brokerage company under the name of RE/MAX Commercial Advisors Inc. In December 2012 Neil & Fraser’s team were acquired by Royal LePage Commercial of Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., a wholly owned corporate office of Brookfield Asset Management.
Neil has sold many forms of real estate over the years and has sold in excess of $200 million over the past five years. He sold Toronto’s iconic El Mocambo to Michael Wekerle one of the dragons on the CBC hit show Dragons Den.
He received the Chairman designation, Hall of Fame recognition and was the top I.C.I. agent in Canada last year within RE/MAX. He served as a member of the RE/MAX Commercial International Advisory Board for many years while he was with RE/MAX.
Specialties: Strategic & Competitive analysis and financing of Commercial Real Estate. He values all of his Clients’ and always offers Real Commercial Advice ®.
Fraser started his commercial real estate career in 1979 with A.E. LePage, later becoming Royal LePage. He specializes in Tenant Representation and Corporate facilities advisement with a focus in the GTA. He has completed leases in excess of $1.0B over his real estate career and has relocated companies ranging in size from smaller sole partnerships and owners to many publicly traded multi-national corporations.
Fraser recently leased about 20,000 s.f. of office sapce to Haggar Canada