Residential Real Estate Broker
Jeannie’s real estate experience reflects her passion and diligence in working hand in hand with her clients to achieve their home goals. Starting in an administrative role, she quickly learned that it was her ideal career path to become a licensed Residential Real Estate Broker. Helping and guiding buyers and sellers, Jeannie assesses the needs and opportunities to generate the optimum result for each client.
With her degree in Marketing, Jeannie is a valuable member of Team Campbell-Cornoni, developing creative marketing strategies, taking advantage of social media and building networks – all for the benefit of her clients.
Creative, enthusiastic and tenacious, Jeannie jumps right in and does whatever it takes to get the job done. While she specializes in the West Island and downtown Montreal, Jeannie doesn’t limit her clients to buy and sell houses and condos. She’s also a great asset to clients looking for apartment rentals.
Within a short period of time, Jeannie has already built a loyal clientele while drawing on the combined expertise of the Campbell- Cornoni team to offer her clients the best possible service.
She’s the broker you want on your side when you’re looking for your dream property
Q : Of what career achievement are you the most proud?
A : The real estate business is extremely competitive and it can be so hard to get clients when you’re first starting out. I’m proud that I’ve stuck it out and that I’m building a clientele when colleagues who got their licenses at the same time I did are giving up.
Q : What’s the best thing about being a real estate broker?
A : The best thing about being a broker is that you get out what you put into it. That, and not being stuck behind a desk 9-5!
Q : What would you like people to know about you as a broker?
A : Even though I’m young, I am extremely capable. And as part of a team, I can give my clients the same level of service as more seasoned brokers. I’m very motivated and I won’t quit until my clients are satisfied.
Q : What’s something most people don’t know about you?
A : I played soccer all through high school. I was on the Équipe de Québec and had the privilege of trying out for the Canadian National Soccer Team.