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514 793-3169


Simple, yet strong
My professional career as a broker is a true passion that always pushes me towards excellence. The simple fact of surpassing myself every day is a real stimulant which, in my opinion, allows my clients to obtain more and more in order to achieve their dreams.

Over and above its share of challenges, my mission consists of guiding sellers, buyers or landlords in a personalized real estate transaction adapted to their needs.

RE/MAX The Space

180 Peel Street (Suite 200) Montreal, QC H3C 2G7

Available 7 days a week

514 793-3169

Buy hassle-free at the right price.

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“Ontop of its share of challenges, my mission is to guide sellers, buyers or landlords through a personalized real estate transaction tailored to their needs.”

Jasmin Morin, Residential Real Estate Broker



Brossard is a city located in the Montérégie tourist region, a few kilometers from the city of Montreal and Longueuil. It includes the magnificent Quartier DIX30.

Why should I use a real estate broker?

As a broker, I offer you many advantages and protections that you don’t have when acting alone or with an online sales company. For example, I take care of all the steps of your transaction. I offer you the benefit of my solid network of professionals, my expertise and my skills – both in evaluation and negotiation.

How is the fee, called commission, determined?

The rate or percentage of the fee is not set by the Real Estate Brokerage Act or the OACIQ, or even by any law. The remuneration, known as commission, is based on free competition. Generally, it is based on a percentage of the sale price of the property and is usually paid at the time of signing the deed of sale. It can also be a flat fee or an hourly rate and can be paid upon completion of the services.

When should I put my property on the market?

Any season is good! Indeed, at all times, motivated buyers are present in the market.

What are the costs associated with buying a property?

As a buyer, your costs are limited to those related to the transaction, such as the cost of the inspection, notary fees and transfer duties.

What about the legal warranty?

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Jasmin Morin

Your broker in Brossard!


180 Peel Street Suite 200 Montreal, QC H3C 2G7

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514 793-3169