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Dayma Itamunoala | Colliers | Toronto West

Dayma Itamunoala

B.Comm (Hons)

Associate Vice President | Sales Representative

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Professional Summary

Dayma leads the Colliers Multifamily Team in Toronto. As part of the National Investment Team at Colliers, Dayma is recognized as a leading specialist in the disposition of multifamily property across Ontario. As a member of the Federation of Rental-Housing Providers of Ontario (FRPO), he is an active member of the multifamily community, regularly participating on expert panels and in industry events. Dayma has a consistent and reliable pulse on the most active and aggressive purchasers, ensuring they are highly engaged on each transaction. In the last 6 months Dayma has sold over $300M worth of apartment buildings. His experience has allowed him to work with all tiers of investors, including institutions, international investors, REIT’s, developers, and private-capital individuals. He is recognized for his unsurpassed market knowledge, diligent focus on client success, and for his commitment to integrity.

Dayma was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. He attended the Ivey School of Business at Western University where he graduated with Honors.


Notable Transactions

73 Clarence Street, Brampton - $11,350,000 - 38 units 

1291 Gerrard Street East, Toronto - $13,040,000 - Development Land - 25,000 sf of land

45 Colborne Street West, Oshawa - $4,350,000 - 23 units

26 Park Street East, Mississauga - $28,050,000 - 82 units

831 Kennedy Road, Toronto - $14,350,000 - 50 units

401 West Street North, Orillia - $10,500,000 - 55 units

50 Gerrard Street East, Toronto - $82,800,000 - 188 units 

5 Glenavon Road, Toronto – $3,385,000 – 18 units 

1050 Castlefield Avenue, Toronto – $17,861,000 – 64 units

10 Wilmington Avenue, Toronto - $10,078,329 – 39 units 

2050 Keele Street, Toronto - $59,564,000 – 187 units 

8 Milepost Place, Toronto - $21,204,000 – 76 units 

2570 Kingston Road, Toronto - $32,511,671 – 117 units

740 Midland Avenue, Toronto - $49,146,000 – 174 units 

314 Lonsdale Road, Toronto - $10,490,000 – 8 units 

265 High Park Avenue, Toronto – $3,310,000 – 9 units 

40 Earl Street, Toronto - $9,200,000 - 40 units 

2076 - 2092 Meadowbrook Road, Burlington - $8,075,000 - 35 units 

81 Charles Street East, Toronto - $2,700,000 - 23 units

Nominated for SIOR 2020 Broker of the Year Award

Top 6 Under 6 (National Brokerage Rankings)


Richard Ivey Business School - Honors BA

Memberships & Involvements

Federation of Rental-housing Providers of Ontario (FRPO), Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO), Ontario Real Association (OREA), Toronto Real Estate Association (TREB)


"When I decided to sell my property, I remembered there was one agent who mentioned he would be able to maximize price far above what any unsolicited offer would come in at. With two offers in hand from large institutions I was skeptical, but I decided to give Dayma a call nonetheless. 

Within 24 hours he produced an offer that far exceeded what I had on the table. I happily moved forward with his offer, and it was a seamless transaction from start to finish. Dayma and his team were professional, diligent, and transparent. I would highly recommend them to anyone considering an apartment disposition."

-Owner - Cymar Residences 




Investment Properties, Portfolios, Institutional Capital Markets

Service Lines

Multifamily, Capital Markets

Property Type


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