T: (514) 627-2830
Spoken languages : French, English
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Both a highly recognized and respected leading real estate broker, Anne-
Marie is responsible for various record sales in the area, and across Quebec.
Formerly acting Vice-President for a U.S. marketing firm, having held
positions in Senior Account Management in Europe for major U.S. technology
companies and descended from a long line of accomplished Canadian
entrepreneurs, Anne-Marie is both experienced and successful in managing
high-level sales and attaining only top tier results for her discerning clients.
Anne-Marie’s sharp negotiating skills, customer-focused and personable
approach, relentless determination, integrity, and corporate background in
marketing and sales, coupled with her real estate experience, is the basis for
Anne-Marie’s competitive advantage in exceeding her clients’ expectations.
Anne-Marie has appeared and featured on television and in various print and
online news articles, as a real estate broker and expert in her field and is
directly responsible for bringing about a significant change in Quebec law, for
the eradication of discriminatory servitudes in Quebec real estate documents.
Born in Montreal, raised between Westmount, the Eastern Townships, and
Rhode Island (U.S.A), Anne-Marie later moved to London, England, where
she worked in senior I.T. sales, eventually settling near Bath, where she lived
for 10 years, before returning to Montreal and forging a career in real estate.
Today, Anne-Marie lives with her family in Alstonvale, Hudson, and enjoys
visits to her summer home in the Eastern Townships, and family properties in
the U.K. and Vale do Lobo (Portugal). Anne-Marie enjoys downhill skiing,
horseback riding, dance, yachting, golf, and the theatre. Anne-Marie’s
education includes Trafalgar School for Girls (Montreal), Bishops’ College
School (Lennoxville), John Abbott College (West Island), and the Universities
of Concordia and McGill (Montreal). Anne-Marie is bilingual (English &
French), and holds three citizenships (Canadian, British and Polish).