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Meet Steve

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Steve Haid is a leading real estate agent & adventure photographer

Steve has been helping clients achieve their investment goals since 2006. As a real estate sales representative and Professional Financial Planner (PFP), his business approach is direct and successful. From Toronto to Muskoka, you will find Steve actively submerged in the real estate world. He is the managing partner of PSR Brokerage Muskoka and sales representative across Toronto and cottage country. His database and network continue to expand both within and outside the real estate community.

After graduating from The University of Western Ontario with a business degree, Steve moved downtown Toronto to excel in his career. He secured a job at one of the big banks and worked as an Investment and Retirement Planner for more than 7 years before getting his real estate licence to pursue his passion in 2014. His financial planning background experience has elevated his ability to understand what is most important to his clients over the past 15+ years.

Steve is well rounded in various aspects of the real estate industry with a focus on the downtown Toronto market, several different areas of the GTA and more specifically, the luxurious waterfront cottage market. He assists clients with buying, selling and leasing detached homes, townhouses, condos and waterfront properties. His passion for real estate shows with his ever expanding knowledge and understanding of the market, economy and characteristics of each neighbourhood.

Steve owns a condo in downtown Toronto and a cottage on Lake Muskoka. He is an avid landscape and portrait photographer which you can view via his social media channels. He loves to travel with friends and family and has visited over 30 countries. His passion for adventure and success shows in the commitment he provides to his clients.

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Your City

Toronto and Muskoka include a wealth of unique urban, rural, and cultural neighbourhoods. Discover more below.

  • King West

    King West Village is one of Toronto's fastest growing neighbourhoods. It has been compared to the Soho neighbourhood in New York. King West Village is especially popular with young urban professionals, both singles and couples, who desire an urban lifestyle close to their downtown offices and within walking distance of Toronto's entertainment district.

  • Queen West

    As it slices its way through Toronto's coolest hoods, Queen West got a name as a neighbourhood on its own, to the point that Vogue magazine called it the second coolest hood on the globe. The whole area west of Yonge, running along Queen, gets the name Queen Street West, and it steals the show as it cuts through a half-dozen neighbourhoods. With art galleries, independent boutique shops, Graffiti Alley, patisseries, fabulous eateries, patios, film production studios and other general awesomeness, it's clear why outsiders have taken note of this insanely eclectic and hip stretch of businesses and apartments in TO.

  • Harbourfront

    The area along Queens Quay between Bathurst and Yonge is the Harbourfront neighbourhood of Toronto.  A community with high-rise condos giving residents spectacular and often panoramic views out over Lake Ontario. Home to cultural, food and music festivals, as well as Canada Day events, Harbourfront is Toronto’s playground appreciated by locals and tourists. Parks, beaches and walkways make this a great neighbourhood.

  • Distillery District

    The pedestrian-only Distillery District, set in quaint 19th century buildings that once housed a large whiskey distillery, draws crowds to its cobblestone streets lined with hip indie restaurants, bars and boutiques. Art lovers come for the galleries, outdoor sculptures and dance, music and stage performances at the area's several theatres. In December, the annual Toronto Christmas Market takes over the streets.

  • Yorkville

    Yorkville is one of Toronto's most dynamic neighbourhoods. It is an eclectic mix of luxury condominium apartment buildings, commercial office towers, four star hotels, theatres, gourmet restaurants, a prestigious shopping district and picture postcard Victorian homes.

  • Leslieville

    Recently dubbed "Hipsterville East" by the Toronto Star, Leslieville has had one of the highest rates of gentrification among Toronto's neighbourhoods. There are a few good reasons for this; among them, its prime location near the Beaches, an easy commute to downtown, thanks to Leslieville's location just east of the Don. It's cozy houses, quaint stores, and tree lined streets, seem surprisingly serene and peaceful considering Leslieville's close proximity to downtown Toronto.

  • The Beach

    The Beaches, or “Beach Village” or “Beach” as many locals call it is a charming, laid-back neighbourhood with a vintage small-town vibe. Just 20 minutes east of downtown Toronto, the area has two main attractions: its sandy beach and its Queen Street strip. The inviting Lake Ontario beachfront features acres of soft sand, shady parks, bike and rollerblade paths and a 3 km boardwalk. All are beautifully maintained and popular with the locals.

  • Muskoka

    Two hours North of Toronto, Muskoka is consistently named as one of the best places to visit in Canada and the world by publications such as National Geographic, Frommer's and Reader's Digest. The Quaint and charming region affectionately known as Canada’s cottage country has received some tremendous recognition over the years as one of Canada’s top vacation spots, and one of the top vacation spots in the world. There are endless possibilities of cottages, homes and investment properties alike.

  • Georgian Bay

    Georgian Bay is the northeastern arm of Lake Huron, in Ontario. It’s characterized by rugged bedrock and white pine forests to the north and sandy southern beaches. Bruce Peninsula National Park on its western side includes part of the Bruce Trail along the Niagara Escarpment. Fathom Five National Marine Park is known for preserved shipwrecks, 19th-century lighthouses and Flowerpot Island’s sea-stack rock formations.

  • Haliburton

    Haliburton is known as a tourist and cottage area in Central Ontario for its scenery and for its resident artists. Haliburton County is dubbed the "Haliburton Highlands". The Haliburton Highlands region is also one of the higher points on the Canadian Shield. Haliburton County and the village of Haliburton are named after Thomas Chandler Haliburton, author, statesman, and the first chairman of the Canadian Land and Emigration Company.

  • Kawartha Lakes

    Located just 90 minutes North East of Toronto, Kawartha Lakes has a variety of beautiful communities, each with their own unique charm. You can enjoy a day on our trails, an evening at the theatre and the best locally-grown food you've ever tasted. If that wasn't enough, 250 lakes and rivers offer endless opportunities for exploration.

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    Offering the best sales experience from Toronto to Muskoka. In the market for a house, condo or waterfront property?

    PSR Brokerage Muskoka

    101 Muskoka Rd S,

    Gravenhurst, ON, P1P 1X3