RE/MAX du Cartier's administration
RE/MAX du Cartier is a success story thanks not only to the talent and commitment of its brokers, but also to its passionate support staff and experienced directors.
Mr. Brousseau obtained his broker's license in 1986. He was instantly successful and quickly became director of his assigned real estate agency. He later became director of RE/MAX Outremont, which impelled him to open the first branch of his own agency on the Plateau Mont-Royal in 1995. He quickly became a leader of this industry thanks to his involvement and his charisma.
In 1997, Mr. Brousseau purchased the Outremont office where he was formerly director. Backed by his solid reputation, he was elected president of the Greater Montréal Real Estate Board that same year.
He did not stop there and he continued to grow his successful business, purchasing the Ville Mont-Royal agency a few years later. Seen as a leading figure in the industry, he became president of the OACIQ Board of Directors (the self-regulating body of Québec real estate brokerage), a position he held with professionalism for twelve years.
During this period, Mr. Brousseau launched a new branch in Villeray (Little Italy) set in a contemporary and sophisticated space. He also purchased the Westmount and Notre-Dame-de-Grâce branches. Unfortunately, his increased workload forced him to sell his last two franchises.
Very actively involved in the training of brokers, Mr. Brousseau launched the Collège d'enseignement en immobilier (CEI). He transfered his shares of the CEI to RE/MAX Québec a few years later. This college is now widely recognized in the real estate industry. In 2015, he added one last feather to his cap by founding the consulting company B2 with his colleague Anne Bizier, which aimed to improve skills and performance through mentoring. Finally, he opened the agency's fifth location in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood in 2019.
This jack-of-all-trades still has many projects in the works and remains innovative and active in the real estate market.
Hélène is a seasoned business woman, lawyer and real estate broker, with recognized expertise in real estate brokerage. For a number of years, she taught the basics of the profession to future brokers before joining the OAIQ as chief trustee, where she was in charge of regulating brokers and brokerage practices. She was Chief Executive Officer of the Québec Federation of Real Estate Boards. An outstanding communicator, she has spoken on a number of topics related to the profession, contributing to the development of brokers' knowledge.
Living by her motto ("Excellence"), she now shares her knowledge with RE/MAX du Cartier brokers and their clients. Available, efficient and qualified, this real estate enthusiast lives and breathe her passion!
Ms. Annie Payant joined our team as Director. She is highly skilled in business development as well as in broker support at the organization level. She honed her industry knowledge and her expertise in an executive position at Prospects for many years. Her main priorities are supporting brokers in their daily tasks and monitoring their progress toward the set goals. She will contribute to the expansion of RE/MAX du Cartier and the development of our brokers and will be a great asset for our team.
Nicolas Paul Roy has gained extensive experience in various fields. His training in architecture, aeronautics and real estate has brought him attention to detail in the construction, assembly and observation of buildings and materials.
His experience in real estate brokerage, acquired over 13 years in the residential, commercial and industrial fields, allows him to know the needs for both new brokers and experienced brokers.
Knowledge and competence give him a solid expertise and allow him to advise all clients well during a transaction. Passionate, diplomatic and always available, he will satisfy all your expectations.
Our social involvement
RE/MAX du Cartier has been involved with Opération Enfant Soleil since 1995. To this day, RE/MAX Québec has raised more than $21.5 million to improve children’s care, with nearly one million coming from our agency.Learn More