Ottawa Real Estate Agent

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History

Bruce Brown created this site in 2005. It was one of the first individual Ottawa Real Estate Agent websites. His daughter Ellen, 11 years old at the time, came up with the URL "OttawaAgent.ca". This has been Bruce's primary online address since then. Google is a long time friend of this site as a result, giving your property premium exposure when you work with Bruce to sell your property.

Purpose

Working in real estate gives us purpose. It's a 24/7/365 drive to promote our clients' interests. The prime directive of OttawaAgent.ca is to offer original, insightful, fresh articles, raw facts and hard data to help guide you through the process of buying, selling, or investing in homes, condos, and multi-residential properties in the Ottawa area. If you value the information and guidance on this site, consider hiring Bruce to represent your interests whether you are thinking about buying or selling residential or multi-residential real estate for home or investment.

Who is Bruce?

Bruce graduated from Western University (formerly known as The University of Western Ontario) in 1986 with an Honours degree in Computer Science. After 19 years in the high technology industry building and marketing solutions to network service providers around the World, Bruce obtained his license to trade in real estate in Ontario in 2005. He earned his Broker license in 2008 and has helped hundreds of individuals and families navigate the purchase and sale of homes, condos, cottages, land, rural and investment properties. Bruce strives to provide unparalleled research, guidance, and representation of his clients' interests.

Where Does Bruce WOrk?

It's one of the three most common questions people ask Bruce. What areas do you serve? Here's a map of most of Bruce's transaction history. This isn't the theoretical area he serves or wants to serve... these are the transactions he hasĀ completedĀ for his clients over the years.

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