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About Jeremy

Jeremy graduated from the Royal Military College in 2006 with a bachelor degree in Civil Engineering, subsequently serving nine years in the Canadian Air Force as an Aerospace Engineer attached to the CF-18 fleet. Discovering the real-estate industry through a friend, he decided to earn his license as an agent in the Province of Quebec in late 2008, founding the National Military Relocation Network shortly thereafter.

In 2014, he earned his license to sell real estate in Ontario, allowing him to improve the quality of service for the military community posted in or out of the NCR. Jeremy has earned the Century 21 Centurion and Double Centurion recognition for outstanding performance for 5 consecutive years. In 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, he ranked among the top 75 agents/brokers in the entire country in terms of units sold by an individual, within Century 21 Canada. In 2015, he appeared in the Young Guns edition of Real Estate Professional Magazine (REP), saluting the national trailblazers of the industry, under the age of 35. He has also served as a keynote speaker for Century 21 agents training in Quebec. In 2017 he joined the globally renowned Engel & Völkers brokerage, working with the Ottawa Central office to provide the highest possible level of service to his Ontario clients. After being coached by the Mike Ferry Organization since 2014, he was approached in late 2018 to become one of the few bilingual coaches for the organization.

In the fall of 2019, he became one of the two License Partners for Engel & Völkers Outaouais and immediately began his studies to obtain the qualifications to become the Agency Executive Officer for the company. On 4 December 2020, Engel & Völkers Outaouais was granted its brokerage license.

Jeremy is an active supporter of both veterans, troops, and local charities; participating yearly in the Ottawa and Aylmer Remembrance Day Parade, donating to both the Military Family Resource Center – National Capital Region (MFRC-NC), and the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) and Courageous Companions, which provides service dogs for veterans in need. During the holiday season, his family, close friends, and business associates get together to purchase food and gifts for several local families and individuals in need.