Nice To Meet You…..
My name is Isaac Quan and I am the Manager at Living Realty -Yonge and Bloor.
Prior to pursuing a career in real estate, I was an entrepreneur operating a diverse set of ventures that included Maple Leaf Wine – a wine export business with 5 retail outlets across China. Since opening my first store in 2010, Maple Leaf Wine has become one of the largest suppliers of VQA wines in China.
Locally, I owned and operated QTAPS – supplying energy saving products and managing a demand-side management program for Ontario’s largest utility company, Enbridge Gas.
I have brought my entrepreneurial experience and spirit to serving my clients and my perseverance is paying off: I have earned a top sales award every year since becoming a Realtor. In my first year as a Realtor I assisted in the sale of an iconic downtown property for $17,000,000.
I strongly believe in supporting and giving back to the community and contribute both my time and resources to various causes. I was recently appointed by the Premier of Ontario to serve on the board of directors of the Ontario Heritage Trust (OHT), I am the only Realtor to have the honour of serving on this board. The OHT has a broad province-wide mandate to designate and review Ontario’s buildings and landmarks for heritage status.
Previously, I was appointed by the Minister of Tourism and Culture to serve on the board of the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s Grant Review Team.
Beyond real estate, I enjoy golfing, pilates, yoga, MCing weddings/events and spending time with friends. Above all, I enjoy spending time with my wife and daughter. I am a graduate of Leaside High school and hold a degree in Finance & Economics from the University of Western Ontario. After graduating, I worked in federal politics. Currently I am raising my family in the Yonge and Eglinton area.
If you’re a Realtor looking to join our team I look forward to working with you and will bring my entrepreneurial skills to help you succeed. Furthermore, I am very approachable and my phone is always on if you need a sounding board.