‘Home’ is one of the most fundamental human needs.
Growing up, my dad was an architect. My entire childhood was spent watching him create client's dream homes and seeing how he brought happiness to these families. When I moved to Canada at the age of 18, one of my first goals was to have my own dream home. This dream was achieved when I was only 22 years old.
Home ownership is a subject that matters to me and I want to be the one that helps Canadians of all ages realize their homeownership dreams.
My aspiration is to be out there with my clients and together build a successful path to navigate the real estate world from it
I have been in the real estate world for over a decade and have extensively worked with first time home buyers as well as in the relocation industry, assisting executives of various global companies to relocate in the GTA and buy their first Canadian homes. Aside from my real estate expertise, my greatest asset is to empathize with my clients and service them in the most ethical manner. I am also fully bilingual in English and French, which my French-speaking clients find really helpful.
I enjoy hiking across the GTA when I am not working and enjoy baking French pastries as a hobby!
What's your public trade name?
What cities do you service?
Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Brampton
What year did you get into Real Estate?
What languages can you speak?
What is your
The ability to constantly meet new amazing people.
What is your
What was the most recent compliment you've received and
I was recently told that my empathy shines alongside my smile.
Where is your
My personal favorite on top of the list is the Allan Garden in Toronto. The greenhouse is always filled with beautiful flowers year around. It's a very magical place, especially in the dead of winter.
What is your dream car?
It will have to be a self-driving car so I can just sit and enjoy the ride!
What was the last thing you ate today?
A chicken schnitzel sandwich on a soft pretzel bun.
Where were you born?
The Island of Mauritius
Lastly, what is the first thing you notice about people?