A Little About Me


Buying or Selling your home should be a positive experience. And, at the same, time it can be a very daunting task.

 

Allow me to help you through it all.

 

Having grown up here in K-W, I know the neighborhoods well and understand the values and advantages of each. I have been a real estate investor myself for the past eighteen years and around the business my whole life. As a result, I understand intimately both the economics of buying and selling a property and, literally, the nuts and bolts of preparing your home for sale or “kicking the tires” of a home that you’d like to make your own.

 

In addition to my practical experience buying, selling, and managing residential properties and my extensive work renovating homes, I hold degrees in Finance & Economics and French from Western. I am bilingual in English and French and specialize in residential and multi-residential properties.

 

Before you call me, see if you think my approach to our relationship seems right for you. First, if we work together, your needs come first. You are my number one priority. And, since no two people are alike, my first job is to understand your needs and objectives. If you are uncertain, I can put my expertise, passion, and understanding to work to help you clarify your goals. Next, I study recent market trends and current and near-future property availability to find and present to you just what’s best for you. Finally, my proven negotiation skills will be invaluable when we’ve found just the right opportunity for you. From brainstorming ideas to closing the deal, I’ll be with you every step of the way.

 

If you’re thinking about buying or selling, please give me a call. I know my professionalism, enthusiasm, and market knowledge will win you over.

 

  Sincerely,

  Cari Lassel-Hewick

 “With You Every Step of the Way”

 

 

P.S. If you are new to K-W, or even if you have been here long time, I encourage you to join me in supporting our community. I have been active in both the Row for Heart, benefiting local heart disease and stroke research, and the Run for the Cure, benefiting the good work of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.