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PropertyGuys.com is reconstructing how real estate is bought and sold. We're NOT real estate agents or brokers. We're something very different - something much better. ... more.
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It has been just nine years since Ken LeBlanc and university pal Jeremy Demont launched PropertyGuys.com, a private sale real estate marketing business based in Moncton, N.B., with $100 in their pockets, recycled electoral lawn signs, a borrowed van and a modest website.
PropertyGuys captain Jeremy Dumont was presented the Whitehill Cup by Moncton Crescent MLA John Betts.
Driving Canada's Business Success - CYBF
Ken Leblanc, Jeremy Demont, Dale Betts & Walter Melanson
10/20/2004 - Corporate Press Releases
The idea that keeps on growing - Jeremy Demont of PropertyGuys.com Inc. Wins BDC s Young Entrepreneur Award for New Brunswick [ N0826 ]The Principal Financial Group Honored as a Platinum Well Workplace [ N0385 ]Thistle Group Holdings [ N0645 ]
The idea that keeps on growing - Jeremy Demont of PropertyGuys.com Inc. Wins BDC's Young Entrepreneur Award for New Brunswick
The idea that keeps on growing - Jeremy Demont of PropertyGuys.com Inc.Wins BDC's Young Entrepreneur Award for New BrunswickMonday October 21, 6:02 am ET MONCTON, Oct. 21 /CNW/ - Turning an innovative new idea into a successful franchise operation in under four years has earned Jeremy Demont the Business Development Bank of Canada's (BDC) Young Entrepreneur Award for New Brunswick.Jeremy, 23, whose business, PropertyGuys.com Inc., serves the private home sellers' market, will be honoured at a ceremony this evening in Vancouver, along with the winners from Canada's other provinces and territories. Together with a third partner, Jeremy and Ken decided to start an advertising and promotion service locally in Moncton, using the Internet, local print and real-estate hotlines."It was an after-effect of our success here in Moncton," explains Jeremy of the fact that the business has now expanded into a franchise operation. The partners started out by developing three different packages of advertising and promotion services, charging a flat fee to homeowners.Today, they are a one-stop shopping operation, and through their network offer legal, mortgage, home inspection and appraisal services. "The number of clients that we service has almost doubled each year," says Jeremy."We currently serve over 150 clients locally and have saved homeowners over 1 million dollars in would be real estate commissions." "Just under a year ago, we knew we had to expand our model and services," says Jeremy."We joined the Canadian Franchise Association and started selling our services to people looking for business opportunities in the real-estate market.Now we have seven locations, through the Maritimes and Ontario and we hope to expand our model across Canada and even into the U.S." Jeremy attributes the business' success to a number of factors.The concept itself appeals to clients who are reluctant to pay real estate agents thousands of dollars for things that can be done much more cheaply and is just as effective.A strong feature of the business is also the Web site, which attracts an average of about 16,000 hits a day. Another key factor is what Jeremy calls the "synergy" among the business partners."When a team works together to achieve specific goals, amazing results will happen.As a business person, I like to take risks," adds Jeremy."It's tempting to do something small and play it safe, but if there's a chance to make the long shot and increase the reward and it makes good business sense, then I like to go for it." "Jeremy is a role model for young Canadian entrepreneurs, demonstrating what business innovation is all about," says BDC President and CEO Michel Vennat.