Sue Bernard


Royal LePage NRC Realty - Fonthill

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My Awards
Red Diamond Award Cindy Raskob Team - 2020 & 2019 - based on GCI
Top Tier Member Cindy Raskob Team 2020

About Sue Bernard

My career and how I got here....35+ years later My first experience in real estate came early in 1986 working in the Bosley Real Estate office in Oakville for a dear friend and mentor. In 1988 I began my MBA and in the early nineties and was hired by Coldwell Banker Real Estate Brokerage (now CB Commercial) within their real estate consulting division. These events marked the start of my career and passion and love for real estate. I realized that taking on a position in consulting best suited my personality and desire to help others through solving problems; certainly more so than in a sales capacity. I am a conservative and detailed person and at that time it was a perfect role for me. From there my career became a broad mix of experiences in real estate to include real estate development, valuation and analysis, account management, real estate mortgages as well as real estate investment. I also broadened my skills in finance to include a CPA to further balance my resume at that time. I returned to my true love - residential real estate and retook my license and joined Royal LePage NRC Realty in 2018. I soon realized that, in this current environment, a professional, trustworthy, honest, caring, consulting approach is what clients are looking for. I have built my business my way, using my strengths and experiences and my consulting experience has been a terrific advantage to add value for my clients. Informing and helping in a consultative and transparent way is exactly what people want and find value in. Times have sure changed though from my humble beginnings out of university. Social media is changing the way we live, work and socialize. I use FaceBook, Instagram and LinkedIn to communicate what I hope is value content for my client base. I have my own website to chronicle my news content, market updates and new listings and of course use email (including video email) and texts for quick and efficient communication, especially during detailed negotiations to back up our strict legal obligations. One thing hasn't changed though, the good old handwriting thank-you card is appreciated, yes, thankfully it's still a thing. If you want to work with someone who is professional, caring, educated, experienced and persuasive, you have come to the right place.

Latest Blog Posts

Planning To Sell In The Spring?

Making a move is stressful, emotional, time-consuming, costly, and disruptive.By planning and managing early, these relatively low-cost investments may be the most lucrative projects you ever

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Interest Rate Confusion...going up or down in 2022?

Here is a perspective from Miles Kulik a Mortgage Broker based out of Fonthill with The Mortgage Group. Feel free to reach out to him for mortgage advice! Thank you Miles for contributing to my Blog

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What are Boomers doing right now in real estate?

Royal LePage estimates 3.2 million boomers (age 57-75) will consider buying a home in the next 5 years.  What other stats did their Boomer survey indicate (edited for Ontario only)%

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Is the real estate market losing momentum?

Niagara is a unique region; and why you can't compare it to the GTA where the market seems to have stabilized with fewer sales and increased inventory in April.  Let's review the numbers in

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