The streetscape in town has changed incrementally over the decades.  Such changes reflect not only demographic shifts but residents’ evolving needs.  Buildings and houses have come and gone as surely as there is volatility in the real estate market.

One spot to take note of is 100 Queen Street South at the corner of Queen and Caroline, just north of the Public Library.  The old houses that used to be there have been replaced with a sensitively designed professional building that fits right in with the Streetsville aesthetic.

The Cynthia Ostos Real Estate Team has recently moved into the second floor of this iconic building. The team is currently comprised of four dynamic, personable, and multilingual women, who are working diligently to make a positive impression in the local Streetsville market.  To achieve this end, Ostos is leveraging her eight years of experience as a top producing Realtor, an effective on-line presence, and an awareness of the need to provide expert, customized service for any clients, whether existing or prospective.  The team’s business model is based on honesty, trust and integrity and they pride themselves in building long lasting relationships with their clientele.

Navigating a changing market can be challenging. Accordingly, finding a representative who values honesty and integrity and who puts clients’ needs first is critical.

While Ostos is the Broker and Team Leader in the bright, open concept office, to strengthen her operation she has brought on board Mira Moussa (Sales Representative), Carly Thompson (Sales Representative) and Kamini Persaud, Executive Assistant to the team. Their goal is to educate consumers while taking a consultative approach to selling real estate.

Real Estate Streetsville

All prospective buyers and sellers are encouraged to do their due diligence by comparing a range of agents and brokers to find the one that best suits their needs. As part of that comparison, they may consider going by the office, calling 647-568-4522 or visiting