Ravi Singh and his associates are an award-winning Real Estate Team and are Markham specialists. Markham is a widely diverse and ever-growing neighbourhood and The Ravi Singh Team are definitely the experts! Markham is home to a wide variety of major corporate head offices such as; Sony, IBM, Motorola, Toshiba and Apple. When you are looking to buy or sell in the Markham area, having a knowledgeable Team working for you is always a key asset and a smart choice. It is bounded by 5 municipalities; in the west is Vaughan with the boundary along Yonge Street between Steeles Avenue and Highway 7 and Richmond Hill with the boundary along Highway 7 from Yonge Street to Highway 404 and at Highway 404 from Highway 7 to 19th Avenue and Stouffville Road. In the south, it borders Toronto with the boundary along Steeles Avenue. In the North is borders Whitchurch–Stouffville with the boundary from Highway 404 to York-Durham Line between 19th Avenue and Stouffville Road. In the East it borders Pickering along the York-Durham Line.  As a Real Estate Team we have bought and sold homes in areas such as: Box Grove, Greensborough, Berczy Village and the fastest growing pocket of downtown Markham (Hwy 7 and Warden Ave) just to name a few. If you are looking to speak to a Real Estate professional about any of your Real Estate curiousities in the Markham community do not hesitate to contact us. At The Ravi Singh Team - We are here to help! 


53 Highgate Dr

2229 Bur Oak Ave

2217 Bur Oak Ave

2235 Bur Oak Ave

2249 Bur Oak Ave

19 Solace Road 

65 Azalea Gateway
53 Sherwood Forest Drive
43 Gadani Drive


- 1793 Population - 261,573 Geographic Size - 212.47 sq km (82.04 sq miles)

Major Cultural Groups - Chinese (63,890), Canadian (29,385), English (27,110), East Indian (19,415), Scottish (16,805), Irish (15,055), Italian (11,830), Jewish (10,105), German (7,780), French (6,345). 
46.1% of residents stated their religion as Christian, almost evenly split between Roman Catholics and Protestants. Non-Christian religions include Islam: 5.3%, Judaism: 5.3%, Hinduism: 5.7%, Buddhism: 3.4%, Sikhism

Centres of Attraction - Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery, Heintzman House - Home of Colonel George Crookshank, Sam Francis and Charles Heintzman of Heintzman & Co., the piano manufacturer, Markham Museum, Markham Village, Markham Heritage Estates - a unique, specially designed heritage subdivision owned by the Town of Markham, Reesor Farm Market, Cathedral of the Transfiguration, Thornhill Village, Markham Civic Centre, Markville Shopping Centre, Markham Village, Pacific Mall, Metro Square, Peachtree Centre, New Kennedy Square, The Shops on Steeles and 404, Thornhill Square

Markham's Parks - Aldergrove Park, Armadale Park, Armstrong Park, Ashton Meadows Park, Austin Drive Park, Bayview Reservoir, Bishop's Cross Park, Cakebread Park, Carlton Park, Cedar Valley, Centennial Park, Clark Young Woods, Coledale Park, Crosby Memorial Park, Denison Park, Elson Park, Featherstone Park, German Mills Settlers Park, Grandview Park, Harvest Gate Park, Highgate Park, Huntington Park, Leighland Park, James Edward Park, John Button Waterway, Milliken Mills Park, Milne Dam Conservation Park, Mintleaf Park, Monarch Park, Morgan Park, Mount Joy Park, Paddock Park, Paramount Park, Pioneer Park, Pomona Mills Park, Quantztown Park, Raybeck Park, Raymerville Woodlot, Reesor Park, Riseborough Park, Royal Orchard Park, Simonston Park, Springdale Park, Thornlea East Park, Toogood Park, Victoria Square

Modes of Transportation - Within the Town of Markham, Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), Viva (a type of bus rapid transit), and York Region Transit (YRT) offers public transit services for the local residents. Since 1973, Markham has been providing a public transit of its own, namely Markham Transit, and was funded by the municipal government. In 2001, the York Regional government "merged" the Markham Transit with 4 other municipal-managed transit systems to form York Region Transit. In 2005, York Region Transit launched Viva, which operated in parts of Markham on Yonge Street and Highway 7. In addition, GO Transit provide passenger trains and shuttles to help commuters to get to their work.

Public School Systems - Bill Crothers Secondary School, Bur Oak Secondary School, Markham District High School, Markville Secondary School, Middlefield Collegiate Institute, Milliken Mills High School, Pierre Elliott Trudeau High School, Thornhill Secondary School, Thornlea Secondary School, Unionville High School

Catholic School Systems - Brother André Catholic High School, St. Augustine Catholic High School, St. Robert Catholic High School, Father Michael McGivney Catholic Academy

Private School Systems - J. Addison School, Royal Cachet Montessori School, Somerset Academy, Town Centre Montessori Private School, Town Centre Private High School, Trillium School, Unionville Montessori Private School, Wesley Christian Academy, Wishing Well School

Types of Housing - Detached Homes, Semi-Detached Homes, Townhomes - Attached/Detached and Linked, Duplex Homes, Bungalows, Condominiums - Low-Rise and High-Rise, Low-Rise Apartments Buildings, High-Rise Apartments, Condominium Apartments

Established Neighbourhoods - Almira, Angus Glen, Armadale, Berczy Village, Box Grove, Brown's Corners, Buttonville, Cachet, Cashel, Cathedraltown, Cedar Grove, Cornell, Crosby, Downtown Markham, Dickson's Hillm German Mills, Greensborough, Hangermans Corners, Langstaff, Legacy, Locust Hill, Markham Village, Milliken Mills, Mongolia, Mount Joy, Quantztown, Raymerville - Markville East, Rouge Fairways, Sherwood - Amber Glen, Thornhill, Underwood, Unionville, Victoria Square, Vinegar Hill, Wismer Commons

Major Places of Worship - T. Dimitrija Solunski Macedonian Orthodox Church, Markham Baptist Church, Apple Creek Seventh-Day Adventist Church, St. Patricks Catholic Church, Central United Church, Markham Chinese Baptist Church, Unionville Alliance Church, Mari Thoma Church Toronto, Fellowship Baptist Church, St. Justin Martyr Church

For more information,
please contact Ravi Singh:

Re/Max Hallmark Realty Ltd., Brokerage
245 Fairview Mall Drive Suite 108
Toronto, ON M2J 4T1

Mobile: 416.992.2942
Phone: 416.494.7653
Fax: 416.494.0016