Gillian Cockcroft

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Gillian Cockcroft

Sales Representative

What is your Mission Statement?

“The first week of my new career, my broker said to me "Do your best for your clients and for those you work with and respect those who are doing their best. Remember to enjoy yourself. If you don't do these things you won't last long in the business." Well, here I am over 30 years later!”

In Real Estate, every day is a new day and never boring. I am fortunate to have this opportunity to meet and count as friends with so many people from all walks of life, both as clients and associates in the real estate world.

There is a synergy in working in a team such as this. The combined experience and knowledge are invaluable. I also have access to suppliers, builders, photographers, and support staff that I can trust. These are the people who assist us in doing our job.

Buying and selling can be a stressful and emotional time. I endeavor to provide qualified advice and service from start to finish and support my clients so that they have an informed, and hopefully stressless experience.

  • Educated in the UK with a B.Sc. in Biochemistry and Zoology from The University of London (UK).
  • A junior research faculty member at the University of Toronto Biochemistry Department doing research on rates of enzyme reactions.
  • University of Guelph, Biochemistry Department.
  • Educator in Adult Education for South Shore Protestant School Board, Montreal.
  • Widowed and entered Real Estate.
  • Three married children and four grandchildren.
  • Played International Level Lacrosse.
  • Play Tennis competitively, mediocre Badminton.
  • Loves Art and Drawing. Camping and Travel to foreign lands.

Gillian Cockcroft

Sales Representative

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Our approach at the Goodale Miller Team is simple: investing in your success is an investment in our success. We deliver world class marketing, in-depth market intelligence and calibrated negotiation savvy.

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