Adam Marshall has been a Broker with Re/Max Twin City Realty Inc. since early 2003. His commitment to provide his clients with unsurpassed service has allowed him to develop long term relationships with Sellers, Buyers and Investors alike. With the business philosophy of taking care of each person like they are family, Adam works hard to earn the trust and respect of each client. He does this by sharing the experience and knowledge he has gained both as a real estate professional and an investor.
70 21 DIANA Avenue
Brantford, 2 Level | 3 Bed
MLS #30573629 By Adam Marshall (Broker)
41 GRAND RIVER Avenue
Brantford, House | 3 Bed
MLS #30575923 By Adam Marshall (Broker)
117 BRUCE Street
Brantford, House | 2 Bed
MLS #30576368 By Adam Marshall (Broker)
My Articles & Blogs
Knowing your costs before jumping into a large purchase will save you many headaches and sleepless nights. Adam can guide you through the buying process including all associated costs, to ensure you are fully prepared for your new property. One ounce of prevention can go a long way! Call Adam
Finding the right Buyer Agent is very important. Choosing a realtor based on their experience, knowledge of the area & type of property you are searching for is paramount. A great quality agent who is on your side, call Adam Marshall to discuss your needs/wants and build a list of your goals a
Are you Fit to Buy? Special Re/Max Presentation. Buying a home is a large step, and investment. Make the right decision by using Re/Max & Adam Marshall, Your Brantford Real Estate Broker. Call The Marshall!
Re/Max & Lawyer/Author Mark Weisleder leads you through many Buyer pitfalls when purchasing real estate, items that Adam Marshall & a great real estate Lawyer can steer you around and away from. Call Adam to get together to discuss many pitfalls may be lurking in your real estate future, and how t
RE/MAX increases 2015 national price projection to 3 per cent as high consumer confidence and low inventory fuel home prices in Toronto and VancouverSingle buyers emerging as a growing trend Toronto and Kelowna, April 17, 2015// Low inventory in Vancouver and Toronto continue to drive prices as buye