In high school, when asked what I wanted to do in life, I had three potential answers.
I wanted to be either a home inspector, architect or real estate broker. That was my top 3.
You don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to realize that my choices were all in the same area!
There was an obvious connection between them, a common thread.
Indeed, I have always loved buildings.
So, for me, it was clear: I was going to work in real estate.
In 2016, I decided to take a course in building design.
I enjoyed this training, but I must admit that it was missing a little something.
So I went back to the 3 career choices that inspired me as a teenager, and settled on an option that combines my two passions, real estate and people.
That's how I started my career as a real estate broker.
I work with an extraordinary team. As a member of the Organisme d'autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec (OACIQ), I ensure that each of my clients is fully satisfied with my work.
I spent most of my schooling in English-speaking schools, so little words in English tend to slip out here and there when I speak.
Now you know me better.