Jeff is a lifelong Brantford resident along with his wife Jaime, and two sons, Westin and Mayer. Jeff's educational background is in Computer Programming and Analytics, and prior to receiving his real estate license he spent over a decade in the Market Research Industry. Jeff brings a unique perspective to the sale and purchase of real estate having helped hundreds of local families fulfill their dreams of home ownership.
"There is no wrong way to do the right thing, and no right way to do the wrong thing."
Q&A With Jeff:
WHY DID YOU BECOME A REALTOR®?
I was at a crossroads with my previous career so I decided on something completely different! I liked the idea of being in control of my own business and creating my own success. I love the challenge of big projects, and for every client moving homes is a huge project!
WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE PART OF SELLING REAL ESTATE?
My favourite part of my job is marketing for sure! I love seeing the amazing pictures of our listings and developing creative ways to showcase our clients' listings to potential buyers. Websites, social media, and video have been the foundation of my career, and it honestly doesn't even feel like work when I'm behind the computer.
WHERE DO YOU LIKE TO TRAVEL?
My wife and I have a cabin on The Bruce Peninsula where we love to spend our summer weekends with the kids. In the winter I love to travel to the mountains of Alberta and British Columbia to snowboard, and anytime of year is great to visit the mountains and ocean in Southern California.
WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE BOOKS, MOVIES, SHOWS, BANDS?
I read mostly non-fiction - I love science, space, the history of the world and civilizations. On the screen I love a good crime drama: police, criminals, lawyers, and courtrooms. Our family loves music and we try to get out to see as many live shows and festivals as possible.
WHAT'S ONE THING MOST PEOPLE DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU?
Literally all I think about outside of my business and family is rock climbing. I train 2-3 days a week at a indoor gym in Burlington and spend as much time as possible on the water-side cliffs of The Bruce Peninsula and in the river-side forests of The Niagara Gorge. Whenever we travel we try to hire a climbing guide and hopefully get to the top of a new summit.