Elgin Realty LimitedElgin Realty Limited

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527 Talbot Street, St. Thomas, ON
Office Phone: (519) 637-2300

Helpful Area Links

  • stthomas.ca - St. Thomas is located in the heart of Southwestern Ontario in beautiful Elgin County. Surrounding St. Thomas are numerous picturesque towns, lakeside villages and historic hamlets, each with their own unique charm. We're a quick hop from London, Ontario and the shores of Lake Erie.
  • railwaycitytourism.com - St. Thomas was an important railway town. At its peak, it was a hub for a multitude of prominent railways, and served as the primary stop on the Canadian short cut between Detroit and Buffalo. By 1914 a total of eight different railways brought in more than 100 trains per day.
  • centralelgin.org - Welcome to the Municipality of Central Elgin! We take pride in the quality of service that we provide our citizens, and are constantly looking for opportunities to diversify and innovate to maintain a strong, active, and vibrant community. Explore our website and discover the abundance of opportunities that Central Elgin has to offer!
  • elgintourist.com - Welcome to Elgin County! Located in the heart of Southwestern Ontario, the area offers visitors a delightfully unique mix of urban and rural experiences. Elgin boasts kilometres of stunning shoreline, picturesque towns and villages, a rich agricultural heritage, historic railway attractions, and high quality dining establishments that feature fresh produce and wine from our local orchards and vineyards. From vibrant streets of lively towns and villages to peaceful hiking trails, Elgin County has something for everyone!
  • elgincounty.ca - Located along Lake Erie’s north shore, Elgin County offers visitors a delightfully unique mix of urban and rural experiences. Hike or bike over 100kms of scenic trails, get back to nature at a peaceful campground or play a round at one of Elgin’s nationally renowned golf courses. Discover the area’s rich cultural heritage in several picturesque towns and villages, enjoy top level theatrical productions or experience the vibrant local arts community.
  • stthomastimesjournal.com - It is our pleasure to bring your community news to you. We value the tradition of delivering the latest news, events and information to you and your community. As a proud member of the St. Thomas community, we are deeply rooted in the local history and are committed to being an active and engaged contributor to our future. Our advertising, editorial and reader sales and service teams are always available and interested in hearing from you! If you have any other questions regarding the St. Thomas Times-Journal, please click the link below, complete the contact form, and we will gladly get back to you.

Helpful Real Estate Links

  • lstar.ca - LSTAR is a professional organization committed to serving the real estate needs of the community and to providing our REALTOR® Members with the support and tools they need to succeed in their profession.
  • orea.com - Representing the 62,580 real estate brokers and salespeople members of Ontario’s 40 real estate boards, the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) serves its members through a wide variety of publications, educational programs and special services. The association provides all real estate licensing courses in Ontario. Founded in 1922 to organize real estate activities across the province, OREA’s goals include promoting higher industry standards, protecting the general public from unscrupulous brokers and salespeople, and preserving private property rights. OREA continually strives to improve the image of REALTORS® by enhancing educational and professional standards. OREA develops and publishes standard forms, and supports educational and charitable causes through the REALTORS Care Foundation.
  • crea.ca - The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) is one of Canada's largest single-industry trade Associations. Our membership includes more than 100,000 real estate brokers, agents and salespeople, working through 100 real estate Boards and Associations across Canada. Not just anyone can call themself a REALTOR®. To do so, real estate professionals must either be direct members of their association or be members of both their local real estate board and CREA, depending on the province. As well, they must abide by the ethical standards laid out in the REALTOR® Code.
  • wedothehomework.ca - The Ontario Real Estate Association represents over 60,000 brokers and salespeople who are members of the province’s 40 real estate boards. OREA serves its members through a wide variety of publications, educational programs and special services. The association provides all real estate registration courses in Ontario.