“I don’t think of myself as a real estate sales person, I really do believe it’s more than that. It’s about connecting with people.”

For a lot of people, buying a large property and then developing it is quite a challenge. For me it’s very exciting, because I’ve been through it. It’s having the insight or the foresight to see what can be done with that property. 

Working with country properties for me was a very natural transition, because I grew up in a rural community, I owned and ran a horse farm. Building an equestrian facility was a dream of mine for a long time, when we purchased the property and started making the plans, the beginning was very difficult, there was nothing but trees and a house and it was actually a very very rewarding experience. To be able to see something through from the ground up and all of your vision come to life. It’s wonderful.

Whether I’m at a large equestrian facility or I’m in town at a single family residence, it’s easy for me to walk through the process with them, it’s about find the buyer the property that they would like to enjoy, not just about find a property.

I like to reach into my clients personal lives and find out exactly where they want to be. And with the sellers, it’s about finding out what that unique story is and being able to with Sotheby’s International Realty Canada to get that story out, so that we can bring the buyers and sellers together.

I don’t think of myself as a real estate sales person, I really do believe it’s more than that. It’s about connecting with people.

Cheryl Dorricott
Sales Representative
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