Jessica’s love for real estate undoubtedly began with what she would come to know as her childhood home: a cobblestone Canadiana house located in the Pointe-Claire Village. She witnessed her parents, an architect and an interior designer, fall head over heels for this home. A home that still to this day is talked about by family and friends, because a house isn’t merely just four walls and a roof – it’s where a story begins, and life’s big and small moments come to live.
Before pursuing a career in real estate, Jessica spent a considerable amount of time in Calgary where she obtained a Marketing diploma, and a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Public Relations. These designations led her to work for some notable Western Canadian companies, which is where the thrill for planning corporate events combined with her eye for design eventually led her to launch her own wedding planning business. Her work has been featured in numerous publications and magazines, from California to New Zealand, to Toronto and New York, having even gained the attention of Martha Stewart Weddings. To this day, Jessica still maintains connections with her past clients, making her incredibly grateful to have been given the honour to play a key role in such a personal event in one’s life.
Eventually, Jessica and her husband heard Montreal calling, so they decided to set out on a new adventure together. Becoming a broker seemed like the perfect fit for someone who not only had an affinity for real estate, but who also possessed a lot of the skills necessary to be successful in the field. Much like a wedding, the world of real estate involves guiding a person into planning for and making one of life’s biggest moments a reality. Armed with incredible attention to detail, and a friendly and approachable personality, Jessica plans on shaping her clients experience into a positive and memorable one by working with them every step of the process.
When she’s not chasing after her twin toddlers, you’ll find Jessica spending time with her horse in Saint-Lazare, working in her vegetable garden, learning how to roller skate, and of course, flexing her planning and design muscle at any given opportunity.