Sue Bernard


Royal LePage NRC Realty - Fonthill

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My Awards
Director's Platinum Award 2022 Individual

About Sue Bernard

I have been in Fonthill for over 20 years, and have had a 30+ year long career in residential real estate, commercial real estate, real estate consulting and corporate real estate including mortgage operations. Education and experience can help clients, especially when it comes to evaluating and marketing their homes. My MBA, CPA and history of buying and selling investment properties adds to my ability to bring honest value to my clients. I also volunteer with my husband every week at Pelham Cares, the local food bank in Fonthill. Buying or selling homes is a complicated process with no one-size-fits-all solution. My clients describe me as professional, approachable, knowledgeable and responsive, which helps them feel empowered when selling or buying a home. They find I am caring and have the utmost integrity and honesty. With the service I provide, you will feel that you are in good hands.

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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