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Mary-am Suites is excited to be participating in Canada’s largest realtor trade show, the 2018 Realtor Quest. The event will be held at the Toronto Congress Centre from May 30th to 31st. Mary-am Suites will be a part of 250 exhibitors and over 8000 professionals in real estate spanning over 280, 000 square feet of the conveniently located TCC. This event is situated both near downtown Toronto, and Pearson International Airport making it easy for professionals, experts, and exhibitors to come together for this exciting occasion.

About Realtor Quest 2018

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Realtor Quest 2018 will be spread over two consecutive days including the Realtor Quest trade show featuring hundreds of professional exhibitors along with Mary-am Suites. The Realtor Quest Centre Stage will also be in action, showcasing multimedia presentations and live entertainment throughout the two-day event.

This event gives attendees the chance to meet, interact, and network with a variety of key players in the realtor industry while being granted access to unique opportunities, ways to get involved and information on trends and fads in the industry.

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Are you going on a business trip or changing cities to fill in for a temporary position? Are you renovating your house or going on a holiday with your family? Whatever your reason maybe, you need temporary housing in Toronto that will meet your personal or business needs.

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Temporary housing in Toronto may come with modern facilities that will be perfect for people leading a busy lifestyle. Furnished housings are very practical for people on the go but you can expect that these Toronto rentals are in demand. When considering furnished housings, you can choose from an entire house, condos, studios or even a one- or two-bedroom unit.

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Those looking for temporary housing usually fall into two different camps: those who live in the area but need a place to stay for a short time and those who are from out of town who will be visiting for a while. People in the first camp tend to have a number of reasons why they would need a place, including having their home remodeled, having suffered a disaster (such as a fire in their home), or as a short term residence while they are in between homes. People in the second camp tend to either be business travelers or vacationers who really want to experience the area the way that locals do. No matter what the reason, those who are looking for temporary housing in Toronto shouldn't fall into the trap of short-changing the place they decide on simply because they won’t be living there permanently.

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Communication and arrangement to get in the apartment was easy. The apartment was exactly as described. Great neighborhood with shops and restaurants around and just 2 minutes walk to the Eglinton subway station.

Nicholas from France | Republic Apartment

The suite is just like on the photos. The view of Toronto from the suite is amazing! A balcony on the 23th floor offers great views of the city. Main points: good AC system, beautiful view, comfortable beds, tasteful decor, nice swimming pool

Martina from Spain | Maple Leaf Square

Recently constructed building, good security and fitness room, well-equipped kitchen, tasteful decor, washer/dryer and dishwasher, indoor parking, great temperature control; generally very comfortable suite.

Claire from Montreal | Terrace of St. Gabriel

What a wonderful place to stay for a Toronto vacation! The location was ideal, the view was breathtaking, the accommodation was spotless and impeccably clean. Stuff made sure everything was taken care of.

Alya from Calgary | Maple Leaf Square Suite

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Phone: 416-221-7236