About Akbar Zareh

Broker of Record

Akbar Zareh, is the founder and Broker of Record of Kingsway Real Estate Brokerage. He started his career with Royal LePage, and in 1990 he joined the RE/MAX organization. Akbar owned and managed his own RE/MAX franchise, with multiple branches throughout the GTA. As an agent, Akbar has won numerous awards including TOP 10 agent in Canada, and in 2004 he was honored with receiving the award for TOP 75 Worldwide.

In 2008 Akbar started Kingsway Real Estate Brokerage with only 8 agents. In less than years of operating, over 750 agents and brokers have joined Kingsway Real Estate, and the company is increasing its numbers every day! So what is the key to Akbar's success? It is simple: Akbar knows the real estate market in Mississauga more than any other Realtor, and has proven so by closing over 200 transaction per month in his office. In fact his office closes more transaction than any other office in Mississauga. His knowledge, expertise and experience have awarded him the title, "The Condo King". Regardless if you are buying or selling a home or a condo, the Akbar Zareh Team, with their outstanding service and experience in Mississauga market, is the most qualified Team to serve you! I believe in earning trust and building relationships. I am extremely committed to my work, dedicated to my clients, and devoted to ensuring that I provide the highest level of service. Contact me today for all your real estate needs!

Recent Blog Posts

TORONTO — The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) says August sales were down 34 per cent since last year, but up almost 15 per cent from July, as buyers returned to the market to take advantage of prices that eased from winter’s elevated levels.

The board said Friday that sales for the month amounted to 5,627 compared to 8,549 last August and 4,900 in July 2022.

The 34 per cent year-over-year drop was a lower rate of decline than the previous four months, but BMO Capital Markets senior economist Robert Kavcic saw such figures as “a bit of a mixed picture.”

“We’re still bouncing around levels that have only seen worse comparisons at the depth of the COVID shutdown and during the 2009 financial crisis,” he wrote in a note to investors.