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Eric Bau : Sales Representative



        Eric Bau 

            Sales Representative


            Office: 877.979.4979 ext 82

            Mobile: 416.627.5620




Family legend says that, as a toddler, I organized the children at my daycare centre into a construction team and then attempted to sell the houses and apartments we built from wooden blocks to our parents. Although I suspect this may not be true, what I do know for a fact is that I’ve been fascinated by construction and real estate since I was knee-high to a front-lawn SOLD sign.

My long-time passion for these two related fields led me to Humber College – (following high school, not directly from daycare) – where I studied Construction Technology; and, from there, into the HVAC Apprenticeship Program.  Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning might seem devoid of thrills and international intrigue to some, but the seven years I spent earning my license in this skilled trade served to generate within me a wholehearted interest for the subject.  So much so that, after completing the program, I worked both in the design and construction of a variety of HVAC systems in numerous residential homes and high-rise condominiums in the Toronto area.

But I could never quite get the real estate bug out of my system.  In 2007, I acquired my Real Estate License and accepted a position at Royal LePage West as a Real Estate Agent.  Although a comprehensive knowledge of the home market has greatly contributed to my sales success, I’m convinced that my (possibly daycare-inspired – fact still to be verified) sincere enthusiasm for real estate has played an important role as well.  I’m equipped with strong and effective negotiating skills and – so I’ve been told – an upbeat sense of humour and positive demeanour that make the selling/buying process a rewarding and enjoyable one for everyone involved.


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Pro's of Moving To Alderwood



If you enjoy thick, lush, leafy green trees and canopies that provide you with needed shade; Alderwood is where youre able to call home. The quiet neighbourhood welcomes one and all, old and young, retired and professional to come join their streets. The West Toronto area, once formally known as Etobicoke has transformed over the years to provide a beautiful, serene look for those wishing to come and settle down with their families. With numerous MLS listings in Alderwood, there is a little slice of heaven for everyone Read More...


Pro's Of Moving To Markland Woods



A neighbourhood that cares is what youll find nestled in Etobicoke real estate, known as Markland Woods. Where the community comes together, cares for

the nature around them, puts on events and invites one and all to become a part of something bigger, better. Markland Woods provides a safe haven,

comfortable area for families, retirees or even professional singles to come make a home. With numerous real estate choices, everyone is able to find the

home of their dream, affordable prices and a beautiful way to become a part of a caring neighbourhood Read More...



What year did you get into real estate?


What languages can you speak?


What’s the most interesting thing that's happened to you on a showing?

Senior Citizen with Alzheimer's answered the door naked

What’s your favourite part of being a real estate agent?

Meeting new people from all walks of life

What’s your favourite hobby?


Do you have any nicknames?


What's the strangest thing you believed as a child?

Wrestling was real

Do you possess a special talent that no one would know just by looking at you?

I can draw very realistically

What was the most recent compliment you’ve received and savoured? 


Do you still have your tonsils?


Where’s your favourite place to take an out-of-town guest? 

Distillery District on a hot summer day

Do you have a catchphrase? 


What’s your dream car?


What was the last thing you ate today?

A bowl of fruit and oatmeal

Where were you born?


What color are your eyes?


What color is your hair?


Lastly, what’s the first thing you notice about people?






Mississauga, $5,900,000
Beds: 6, Baths: 10
Indian/TecumsehResidential HomeLot: 230.00 x 150.00 Feet
Mississauga, $1,288,000
Beds: 4 + 1, Baths: 4
Rathburn/HurontarioCondominiumApprox 3250-3499 sq ftTaxes (2018) : $ 7,428
Mississauga, $1,080,000
Beds: 3 + 1, Baths: 3
Lakeshore/Meadow WoodResidential HomeLot: 401.00 x 43.00 FeetTaxes (2013) : $ 8,849
Kleinburg, $939,000
Beds: 3 + 1, Baths: 2
Major Mackenzie Dr W/Islington AveResidential Home
Toronto, $799,990
Beds: 2 + 1, Baths: 2
John St/Front St.CondominiumApprox 700-1100 sq ft
Caledon, $699,000
Beds: 4
Royal Valley / Garden WoodResidential Home
Toronto, $570,000
Beds: 1 + 1, Baths: 1
York St/Bremner BlvdCondominiumApprox < 700 sq ft
Toronto, $499,000
Beds: 1 + 1, Baths: 1
York St/Bremner BlvdCondominiumApprox < 700 sq ft
Toronto, $479,000
Beds: 1 + 1, Baths: 1
CondominiumApprox < 700 sq ft
Burlington, $439,000
Beds: 3 + 1
Guelph Line/Upper Middle RdResidential HomeLot: 50.00 x 109.00 0
Toronto, $399,000
Beds: 1 + 1, Baths: 1
York St/Bremner BlvdCondominiumApprox < 700 sq ft
Toronto, $328,800
Beds: 1 + 1
Residential HomeApprox < 700 sq ft

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