While Daryl King is a name that seems somewhat synonymous with York Region real estate — and real estate in general — the empire he’s created has been over 30 years in the making.
You might be used to seeing Daryl King and his trademark purple and gold branding on ‘For Sale’ signs and billboard ads. Or, you might recognize him from his YouTube channel, many TV appearances, speaking engagements with Tony Robbins, or throwing out the first pitch in the World Series game against the Houston Astros. But Daryl hasn’t always been so well known in the world of GTA real estate.
Although Daryl King was born in Toronto, he’s been a long-time resident of York Region, where he primarily works today. Growing up in the area, he took an early interest in homes and the real estate industry.
Daryl received encouragement from his parents, who always wanted him to pursue whatever he did with passion and drive. He also credits them for instilling the importance of honesty and integrity in him from a young age, along with the golden rule.
Whether it was sports, school, or his interest in real estate, Daryl has navigated his endeavours with that fundamental mindset. As a result, he’s been able to substantially grow his professional career.
- Gilbert Reeves
Daryl King Today
Since starting his professional real estate career back in 1982, Daryl King has had one objective: to provide his clients with a better, smoother, and more personal real estate experience than they’ve ever had before.
By leveraging his thorough knowledge of the industry with his business savvy and interpersonal skills, Daryl has been able to build the real estate kingdom he runs today.
Despite now having support from RE/MAX Hallmark’s 27 real estate offices across the GTA and over 50 multi-talented partners, Daryl King’s approach hasn’t changed. He still believes in constant improvement. It’s what allows him to continue providing his clients with a real estate experience they wouldn’t get anywhere else.
Whether it’s attending courses and seminars to learn about current real estate tools; investing in marketing, branding, and advertising endeavours; or modernizing the internal practices of his office, Daryl’s drive to maintain his team’s reputation is truly impressive.
- Lisa Hamielec