About Heather Beauchesne
Growing up a military brat, it’s safe to say my family moved around a lot. I always
lived on base – I was even baptized on Base Borden. And I hated moving. It was the
hardest part of growing up in a military family.
Still, no matter where we were located, or how often our surroundings changed, our
house was our home. It’s where we hosted Friday “cook-your-own-meal” nights and gathered for roast beef dinner every Sunday.
When you’re immersed in the military lifestyle, you never know where you’re going to live next. But a home represents so much more than a physical location. It’s a sense of togetherness. It’s where you feel happiest and most at ease.
I got into real estate on a total whim. At 21, I was hired in an admin role as a co-op placement for my degree in Business Administration. The agent I was working for at the time convinced me to get my license.
To be completely honest, I have a black thumb when it comes to interior decorating. I don’t even like buying fancy clothes. It wasn’t a passion for sales that inspired me to pursue this career path, either.
I love being able to help our clients find a home they adore.
Unlike many other agents, I’m an introvert. While my husband is working the crowd at the house party, I’m the one hanging out by the cheese tray. But it’s different when I’m one-on-one. I really enjoy getting to know my clients on a personal level. In fact, many of them end up becoming good friends of mine.
After working in this industry for over a decade, it’s not about how many houses I sell; it’s about how happy my clients feel in the homes they buy. This is why our business is built upon referrals. Our clients know we truly care for their well-being and we’ll do what it takes to get them into the home that’s right for them.
When I’m not helping clients buy and sell homes, I’m probably playing hockey, watching hockey, travelling with my husband or hanging out at home with our cats.