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Brad Lamb

President of Brad J. Lamb Realty & Lamb Development Corp.

Known as Canada’s “Condo King”, Brad J. Lamb is Canada’s top Real Estate mega broker and developer, selling real estate in Toronto since 1988. Star of the hit Canadian television series, “Big City Broker,” on HGTV, Brad J. Lamb has become a well known Canadian media personality and a prominent figure in Toronto.

In 1995 he founded Brad J. Lamb Realty Inc., a boutique brokerage specializing in urban condos, lofts, and townhomes. Brad J. Lamb, has been a driving force behind Canada’s real estate market. As President of Brad J. Lamb Realty Inc., Brad brings 26 years of industry experience and is responsible for the marketing and sales campaigns of over 100 condominium projects across 4 major Canadian cities. To date, he has been involved in real estate sales of over $7.5 billion dollars (over 22,000 properties sold) as well as $1.3 billion of condominiums developed in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Calgary, and soon, Edmonton.

With a team of sixteen staff and twenty-three licensed sales experts, Brad J. Lamb Realty Inc. is one of the dominant names in the Canadian real estate market.
In 2002, Brad J. Lamb founded Lamb Development Corp as a response to the city’s demand for modern development. Since then, he has done just that; developing over 12 completed projects, along with four projects under construction and an additional eight projects in development. Lamb Development Corp’s mandate is to create beautiful and stylish homes in urban environments.
Collectively, Brad J. Lamb and his companies, Brad J. Lamb Realty Inc. and Lamb Development Corp., have not only revolutionized the Canadian Real Estate market, but continue to set the standard of practice for buying, selling and developing of beautiful, stylish, urban condominiums in Canada.
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Build Great and Build Green in Alberta

If you look at Calgary and Edmonton, their skylines full of construction cranes, developers must do more than 'aim for height'. As the old adage goes, "Rome wasn't built in a day". Developers must be creative and work closely with architects to foster the development of robust communities that reflect cohesive design, and feature functional buildings that people want to live in.
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