"I want my clients to have a very positive experience with me and to end up with a house they are thrilled with."
Heather represents the third generation of her Toronto-born family. When she was a child, her family moved to the picturesque town of Lakefield. It was an amazing place for a kid to grow up. After secondary school, Heather studied Sociology at Queen's University for four years and later moved to the University of Western Ontario for teacher's college.
While studying, Heather met a lot of interesting people at school and during her travels. After three wonderful years teaching kids at primary school, Heather decided she would like to look into a career in real estate. Real estate always seemed like an exciting and interpersonal field, so she decided to give it a try.
Heather learned the real estate business quickly. In her first year working as a realtor, she earned the “Rookie of the Year” Award, followed by the “Honour of the Chairman and Founders Club” Award every year since. In her third year, Heather became one of the Top Ten Sales Representatives at her Brokerage Division. In just her fourth year, she was Number One in the 276 Merton Division, in addition to another Honour.
Heather on a trip in Paris
One of the reasons for the success of her real estate career is Heather’s focus on clients rather than commissions. Heather believes that the selling and buying process should be an exciting and pleasant process.
“I want to help my clients have a positive experience trading their home so that they end up with a thrilling place to live in. That is true success for me!”
Heather is always working hard and for her clients best interests. She is honest and has a great ability to listen, which is key to her clients’ happiness.
Whenever Heather is outside the real estate world, she tries to spend time with her family and friends. She has a passion for creating abstract art, she loves to travel and she is always ready to head up north to stay at the cottage. Special time every day is reserved for walks with Bruce and Jemmy, two funny little French bulldogs who make everybody smile.