About Corrie Harding-Keizs

Corrie Harding Keizs has spent the past fifteen years building one of the most respected real estate businesses in the city of Toronto and Mississauga. In fact, she is ranked among the top 0.5% percent of TREB Realtors (out 50,000+ Realtors!) in the GTA since 2006. Her hard work, tenacity and commitment to get the best deals for her customers have built her a loyal following in addition to a wide collection of accolades and awards from the real estate industry. 

Prior to joining Keller Williams in 2014, Corrie was a continual top producer at RE/MAX earning the prestigious RE/MAX Platinum award from 2008-2012. In 2008, Corrie also became an RE/MAX Hall of Fame recipient based on her sales volume. 

Now with Keller Williams Realty Solutions, Corrie has quickly established herself as one of the high achievers within her Brokerage placing as the #1 top individual agent within her brokerage and top 10 for Keller Williams Realty amongst all branches in Canada for 2017.

 In early 2018 Corrie made the decision to take her business even further by partnering with one of the fastest growing real estate teams in the country North Group. With a big vision, North Group plans to service the entire Golden Horseshoe with partners in every region! Corrie and her team will lead the South Mississauga, Etobicoke and Toronto markets. We are excited for our next chapter in real estate and how we can elevate our clients' experience even more. 

Corrie now sits as an ALC member (Associate Leadership Council) which is comprised of the top twenty percent of the Keller Williams® agent body within her Market Center. Today a majority of her business is based on word of mouth referrals from past clients & industry partners. 

As a proud wife and mom, of two, Corrie always takes time to focus on family first. Those values translate into a strong community-centric way of servicing her clients. Outside of the world of real estate and family, you can find Corrie most early mornings at the gym before her day begins. She's a firm believer that "opportunities don't happen, you create them."