Susan Bandler

Toronto Realtor, Cyclist, Mom, Wife, Terrible Cook, Food Lover.

There’s nothing more rewarding than a happy client. I’m so thankful that I get to spend my days working in real estate with great people. Whether it’s finding them a dream home or selling their house for a big profit, it’s so enjoyable that it’s really not work.

I was born and raised in Toronto and never left except to travel. After graduating from U of T, I worked for a major airline for 15 years, in various management positions. My next move was to American Express Canada as a Senior Sales Representative responsible for enterprise accounts in Toronto. Working in the travel industry gave me the opportunity to develop my sales and business skills and experience different cultures. In spite of promotions, incentives and compensation, I came to the realization that corporate life was no longer for me and obtained my real estate licence in 1997. I’ve never looked back.

Clients and colleagues tell me I have boundless energy and when I’m not working in real estate, I enjoy road biking, CrossFit and swimming at the Granite Club. Cycling has allowed me to explore all parts of Toronto, from Swansea and the Kingsway to Scarborough Bluffs and the Beach. I’m amazed at how many beautiful parks, trails, rivers, lakes and beaches we have. Toronto is truly a great place to call home.


Bachelor of Science, Major in Food Sciences, University of Toronto, 1978


Raising a family of two children, one husband and a dog. Completing the Grand Fundo Whistler, 2017. Placing 4th worldwide in the 2016 CrossFit Open Masters Scaled Division.


Chairman’s Award recipient 2006 through to and including 2017, at Toronto’s leading carriage trade realtor, Chestnut Park.
Recipient of the American Express President’s Club National Award for outstanding sales achievement for 1999-2002.


Selling Jane Siberry’s (now Issa) home in Ramsden Park


CrossFit, cycling, swimming, skiing – cross-country/downhill


37 Summerhill Gardens designed by Harvey Wise – absolutely gorgeous, listed and sold for $2.1 Million (2006)


MuseumHouse at Bloor and Avenue Rd. Inspiring 2200 sq. ft of awesomness, including the quality and unobstructed south views over the city. Listed and sold for record breaking price in the building!


Rasa, hands down! Soos for amazing Malaysian food, and Mamakas for “designer” Greek.


Lytton Park, of course! I’ve lived here for over two decades. Eyeing Summerhill or Riverdale for our next move as downsizers.