Hi, I’m Paul Oulahen. I grew up in Toronto and was born to sell real estate. After managing a window company, I formed a small construction company in 1980 that renovated homes in Rosedale and Forest Hill. I realized that I had a great ability for sales and soon earned my license as a Real Estate Broker in 1981. I then formed P. R. Oulahen Ltd and had 11 salesmen before I went to Re/Max in 1999.

As an entrepreneur of life, I love the art of the deal.

I always look at the big picture and plan for the future. I believe that I should listen to my clients, and have formed lifelong bonds with many of them. Aside from being a Real Estate Broker, I’m also a golfer, skier, biker, and paddle dipper.

Education: Wilfred Laurier University, Broker with OREA

Paul Oulahen

Real Estate Broker

: 416-222-1212

: paul@oulahen.com

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Get To Know Paul

Proudest Accomplishment

Proudest Accomplishment

Operating my own business and being an entrepreneur since I was 23 years old.

Favourite Toronto Street

Favourite Toronto Street

Yonge Street

What You Might Not Know About Me

What You Might Not Know About Me

I like to do a Sudoku every day, I am the youngest of six children, and I was born in Cobourg.

Pet Peeve

Pet Peeve

People who act like there is no solution to a problem – there is more than one way to look for answers.

Favourite Movie

Favourite Movie

To Sir With Love, The Great Escape, The Sting, Christmas Vacation

Favourite Thing About My Job

Favourite Thing About My Job

Negotiating for a client on a purchase or sale. Seeing the look on their face when it was beyond expectations or helped them solve a personal dilemma.

Best Real Estate Tip

Best Real Estate Tip

When it is time to sell you should sell, you have to move forward. Real estate is about urgency; at times, you have to make strong decisions fast.

Most Interesting Thing About Working On A Family Team

Most Interesting Thing About Working On A Family Team

My children are brilliant and make me proud.

Favourite Website

Favourite Website

The Globe and Mail