Nadia Pardy, CD, Broker
After having spent over 18 years in the Canadian Armed Forces, I found myself transitioning
to civilian life due to an injury. During my time with the army, before the implementation of the Integrated Relocation Program (IRP), I worked in Reception and Dispatch taking care of military moves. I experienced 15 different real estate transactions associated with my military moves some were more difficult than others.
The real estate process piqued my interest and was a logical transition for my second career. I pushed myself to complete the required real estate courses and license quickly. During my first year while working full-time, I also enrolled in Algonquin College’s intense 1 year Business program.
I made it my goal to learn as much as possible — I didn’t want clients to feel as I often had —confused, lost, and without enough guidance. I wanted them to benefit from having a Realtor with a well educated and experienced background.
The time taken to get to know clients is never wasted, it is essential to my process. The goal isn’t just to find a home that fits into the budget, but also the needs of the family and their lifestyle. I enjoy helping families transition as they move — guiding them through the process to make informed decisions. More than just buying and selling houses, I am looking to be a matchmaker. The same goes for sellers. I prepare the clients as well as the house. When things go awry, it is my job to ensure that the right pieces are put in place to remedy the situation, with the least amount of stress to the client.
Raised in the Ottawa Valley, and having returned here with my family and the forces, I am familiar with what the different boroughs have to offer. I love to share the best-kept secrets of our area with my clients.
I’m looking to work with people who are not afraid to have frank conversations. With an open dialogue, we’ll find the best solution for you and your families’ situation - buying or selling, coming or going.