Both in their mid-thirties, Francis Lavoie and his wife, Audrey Bien-Aimé have more than 14 years of experience in real estate brokerage. They own the Lavoie Group, a real estate agency.
Recognized as experts in their field, they are often called upon as speakers at conventions specific to the Canadian and American real estate brokerage industry, appearing in front of theaters of more than 1,500 brokers. Notably in California, Phoenix, Florida, Toronto and Montreal. Francis has also been a guest speaker at conventions for real estate investors in Montreal and the South Shore. He has also been a panelist for the Chamber of Commerce, HEC Montréal (HEC Realty) and for the MRC Roussillon in the framework of a convention for the economic development of the region.
Francis was also interviewed for his real estate expertise at Canal Argent, Canal ICI, Radio X Choice, Radio Boom fm, Les Affaires, news magazine, La Presse, Real Estate magazine (sent to more than 20,000 Canadian brokers), Above magazine (sent to more than 96,000 re / max brokers in the world) and the newspaper “The Reflet”.
Thanks to exemplary growth, Groupe Lavoie realizes more than one sale per day, Francis and Audrey embodies a model of family conciliation and business success.
Their notoriety as well as their success in the real estate allow Francis and Audrey to develop new strategies more aggressive, more daring and more effective to better meet the needs and concerns of sellers and buyers. In order to prove the effectiveness of their exclusive techniques, they offer their customers a guarantee: “Your property sold, guaranteed, or you buy it”.
In January 2018, they took action and created their own real estate agency to better meet the needs of their clients.
Involved in their community, Francis and Audrey undertake every year a fundraiser for the benefit of Opération Enfants Soleil. They are also sponsors to help fund the Anna Laberge Foundation, the local “Sharing” organization, as well as for youth-related events in their community such as soccer, hockey and music competitions.