Mitra Katirai is one of the most successful real estate brokers in Canada. She started her real estate career 27 years ago in 1987. Since then she has earned a string of industry awards and won legions of loyal clients. In the year 2000, she was ranked Number 1 Agent Across Canada within the HomeLife Organization.
Taking her success in the real estate industry to new heights, she established Realty Way Corporation in 2002 along with her husband, Tom Katirai. Realty Way quickly established its place among the most highly respected and elite real estate brokerages in the Greater Toronto Area and in 2006 Realty Way Corporation was nominated for the Award of Excellence from the North York Chamber of Commerce.
Among the elements of Mitra's success, is that she is one of the top advertisers in the industry. She is devoted to helping her clients connect to the right buyers, and aggressively markets her listings until they are sold. She advertises in major publications including The Toronto Star, and full-page color advertisements in publications such as The North York Mirror, as well as in many other community newspapers.
Mitra's work is not limited to one segment of the market. She sells multi-million dollar mansions, small homes and everything in between. Mitra has many repeat and referred customers—she has had instances where clients kept returning, and buying over 10 properties with her. Despite the flow of repeat clients, Mitra still attracts a steady stream of new clients.
Mitra attributes her success to a combination of her love and passion for serving her clients, along with hard work, honesty, and organization. She offers a solid knowledge base of the industry based on her decades of experience in combination with consulting with her clients to determine their needs.
Mitra is very proud of her team of assistants. On weekly basis she reports all activities and feed backs to her clients and send them copies of the ads and reports on showings to keep them informed. Over all she and her assistants make sure that client's needs are met.