Roxane Dupuis

Residential Real Estate Broker
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Roxanne Dupuis worked for several years as a lawyer in civil and commercial litigation in a Montreal private firm as well as in taxation in one of the largest accounting firms in the world before devoting herself full time to real estate brokerage.

She is a member of the Barreau du Québec, holds a bachelor’s degree in law from the University of Quebec in Montreal, a Juris Doctor in North American Common Law from the University of Montreal, a master’s degree in taxation from the University of Sherbrooke in addition to being a member of the Organisme d’Autoréglementation du Courtage Immobilier du Québec (OACIQ) and the Association Professionnelle des courtiers Immobiliers du Québec (APCIQ).

A fine negotiator, her many years as a litigation lawyer give her a significant advantage in obtaining the best price and conditions for her clients. Not to mention all the legal aspects and issues inherent to real estate transactions with which she is very familiar. This allows her to guide, advise and reassure her clients throughout each transaction.

Her academic background speaks for itself, Roxanne is a high achiever with a thirst for lifelong learning. She is curious by nature and makes it a point to stay on the lookout for real estate market trends and new properties that may be interesting, both for living or investing. Her training in taxation only adds to the tools she makes available to her clients and makes her stand out from the other real estate brokers.

Always attentive to her clientele, she is empathetic and dedicated to ensuring the complete satisfaction of each of her clients. Roxanne sees each client as a long-term business relationship, planning to accompany them in several stages of their lives.

Having herself purchased and renovated houses, she knows how to recognize the characteristics of a building with great potential. She specializes in the purchase, sale and resale of luxury real estate in the Montreal region and the South Shore of Montreal.

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