Thomas Neal has been licensed since February, 1989 by the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO), Ontario Real Estate Council (OREA), and the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).
Thomas specializes in the Beach area, where he has excelled as one of this neighbourhood’s most respected agents. Thomas has represented the buyers and sellers in some of the Beach area’s most expensive property transactions, and is recognized as one of the top Beach agents in the high end range of local Beach homes. He is consistently recognized as one of Royal LePage Estate Realty’s top producers.
- Thomas is a member of the prestigious Royal LePage National Chairman’s Club (2005)
- Diamond Club Award member (2006, 2007)
- Director’s Platinum Award (2000, 2002, 2003, 2004)
- President’s Gold Award (1997, 1998, 1999)
- Award of Excellence
- Lifetime Award of Excellence
- Lifetime Achievement Award
- Long Service Award
- Master Sales Award (1995)
Thomas Neal writes a regular column for the local Beach Metro Community Newspaper, entitled Real Estate…Beach Wise. These articles focus on the current Beach real estate market, with specific emphasis on local statistics and trends.
He is a well known member of the Beach community, where he resides with his partner Sheila, and three children. Thomas has been a leading sponsor and contributor to many local Beach youth sport leagues, including the Victoria Village Hockey League; Beach Community Soccer League; past sponsor of Beaches Jr. “A” Lacrosse; past major sponsor of Beaches Spring Sprint; Balmy Beach P.S Fall Fun Fair. As well, Thomas supports various community groups, including the Balmy Beach Daycare, and the Beach Historical Society. He is also the sole yearly sponsor of the Beach Metro Community Newspaper’s “Beach Person of the Year Award”.
Thomas sits as a board member for local Beach volunteer community groups, including Community Centre 55; Beach Community Soccer League; past member of the board for Maple Cottage; founding member of the Balmy Beach Residents Association.
Thomas really believes in building a strong sense of community within his beloved Beach neighbourhood. Among his favorite community pursuits, he is the driving force behind a small volunteer group that builds and diligently maintains a large natural ice rink each winter in the Glen Stewart ravine, just north of Queen St. East at Glen Manor Drive. This rink has provided endless hours of fun and exercise for neighbourhood youth, where many skate for the first time. It has been characterized as one of Toronto’s prettiest places to skate. Thomas also manages to fit time in as a head coach of a GTHL hockey team, coaching at the minor pee wee ‘AA’ level.