Vincent is a dynamic broker and savvy entrepreneur that has always been beneficial to his clients. In order to accomplish this, he works hard and diligently to provide the best service possible, taking into account the needs and expectations of his clients, to successfully market and sell their homes.
Grandson of a professor at Harvard University and international speaker, son of a businessman who developed an international company in the travel industry and is currently the head of an upscale raw milk cheese business, Vincent was born into a family where business insight is a sixth sense. From this stems a strong instinct to offer effective marketing of properties that Vincent represents as well as the ability to conduct negotiations favorable to his clients.
Having had the opportunity to travel very early in his life, Vincent was able to acquire over the years an appreciation and better understanding of the international real estate world. Having the opportunity to live and travel on four continents, including Paris, London, Hong Kong, Tunisia, Egypt, Indonesia, the Caribbean, Russia, the Scandinavian countries, Ecuador and of course the United States, specifically in Naples, Florida, as he spent many holidays there. These experiences have enabled him to connect with different cultures, which he has found useful while dealing with the vast cultures clientele of Quebec.
In addition, over the years, Vincent has developed a solid experience, especially with residential homes and condos in complexes with a large number of units. He also participated in complex negotiations, which have been carried out, and in which various professionals were involved. Vincent focuses primarily in the Greater Montreal area as well as the South and North shores of the island.
Languages: English, French
I have bought and sold approximately 12 properties and Vincent is the best Realtor i have ever worked with
- Kevin Hunter, Montreal
Nous sommes très satisfaits du travail de notre agent Vincent, après avoir été un an et quelques mois sur le marché Vincent était toujours très ...