I grew up in a small town and after university began working in the automotive industry to satiate a lifelong love of cars. I have business experience at the dealership and corporate levels for several mass-market, premium, and highly specialized automobile manufacturers. After learning about the relationship between these companies, their subsidiaries and the impression they have on local communities I decided to become better educated in real estate.
My family’s background in dairy farming is rooted in the agricultural communities surrounding Guelph and I’m enamoured with the region and the values its residents hold. My parents were among the first to settle in a development on the perimeter of our small town and purchased several plots of residential land in anticipation of the community’s growth. From them, I learned the value of not just home ownership but also land ownership and the importance of planning for the future.
Buying or selling a home in Canada is the most substantial economic activity most Canadians undertake, but it doesn’t need to be stressful or confusing; it should be relaxed and comprehensive. By employing my skills in this area, I always aim to not just have the most satisfied clients, but the most well-informed ones as well.
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