Who is Toby Boyce?
Sometimes, when you least expect it God puts you in the place you were meant to be.
Sitting in the emergency room at 30 years old finding out he was having a panic attack, Toby Boyce knew something had to change.
It was a chance meeting with the real estate broker that sold him his house that led him to resign from his job and go into real estate full-time. The plan wasn’t for it to be more than a year or two as he identified the next step in his writing and public relations career.
That was 2006 and he never left and in 2014 he became a real estate broker. Running C.G. Boyce Real Estate Co. from 2015-2021 when he partnered with Coldwell Banker Realty to bring the iconic franchise back to Delaware.
Toby has shifted his focus from residential to commercial after a friend wasn’t getting serviced by local commercial agents. Toby found his love of numbers and putting the deal together was welcome in commercial real estate.
During his career, Toby has earned several designations including the Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource (SFR); Certified Real Estate Mentor (CREM); Graduate, Realtor Institute (GRI); and several other certificates.
He is married to Gretchen and the couple has one daughter, Olivia, and resides in Delaware, Ohio. During his free time Toby enjoys playing Strat-O-Matic sports, writing and playing with his daugther.
Who Is Coldwell Banker Realty?
Coldwell Banker was the original real-estate start-up. Founded in 1906 by Colbert Coldwell — and later joined by Benjamin Banker — the company changed the way people bought and sold real estate. At first in their native San Fransisco following the earthquake to now servicing more than 49 nations with more than 3,000 offices. Of course, there is more to the story, find out about Coldwell Banker’s history and leadership on their Web site.
Locally, in 2021, Toby Boyce partnered with Coldwell Banker Marysville to bring the iconic brand back to downtown Delaware, Ohio. An amazing open house was held with more than sixty people attending from all over the real-estate map … even Delaware’s mayor showed up for the event.