Mark values cultivating relationships of deserved trust with clients and industry professionals so that each project or transaction builds upon the last. He communicates with clients to understand their goals and set realistic expectations, while striving to deliver the highest quality of work.
He acts for developers, builders, vendors, purchasers, lenders, sureties, and other stakeholders to coordinate the development and transfer of land. This includes assisting with regulatory licensing and enrolments, sales and disclosure documents, bonding and deposit insurance facilities, construction financings, land titles absolute conversions, site plans, draft plans of condominium and subdivision, municipal development agreements, easements, cost-sharing agreements, completion of interim occupancies and sales, and condominium turnover meetings.
Mark also assists with commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions, financings, leases, corporate structuring and other related transactions.
He regularly speaks at educational seminars and contributes legal articles to condominium and real estate industry publications. For several years, Mark volunteered for the Canadian Condominium Institute as a director, committee chair, and magazine and blog editor.
Outside of work, Mark enjoys reading non-fiction, watching old movies, and spending time with close family and friends.