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The idea of the National Military Relocation Network

 

The idea of NMRN came to Jeremy during his first HHT as a real estate sales representative. He was then still serving as an AERE Captain, growing his local business, and working daily at trying to grow his presence within the military relocation community. Jeremy realized the need for an effective and efficient military relocation network, which would ensure a standardized quality of service, in a timely manner, to the military personnel and their families. This vision led him to founding the National Military Relocation Network: a one-stop shop relocation resource for military personnel.

The NMRN services were designed with our core values in mind: professionalism, initiative, integrity, respect and above all, excellence. This is the consistent branding that you will find in all of our services. We are constantly looking for feedback from our clients to ensure that we are always at the top of our game when it comes to providing the best possible relocation experience … ANYWHERE IN CANADA!

Jeremy Spilkin

B.ENG., RMC • ONLINE:     Engel & Völkers 

Jeremy graduated from the Royal Military College in 2006 with a bachelor degree in Civil Engineering, subsequently serving nine years in the Canadian Air Force as an Aerospace Engineer attached to the CF-18 fleet. Discovering the real-estate industry through a friend, he decided to earn his license as an agent in the Province of Quebec, founding the National Military Relocation Network shortly thereafter.

In 2014, he earned his license to sell real estate in Ontario, allowing him to improve the quality of service for the military community posted in or out of the NCR. Jeremy is a Century 21 real estate sales representative and has earned the Centurion recognition for outstanding performance for three consecutive years. In 2015 and 2016, he ranked among the top 75 agents/brokers in the entire country in terms of units sold by an individual, within Century 21 Canada. In 2015, he appeared in the Young Guns edition of Real Estate Professional Magazine (REP), saluting the national trailblazers of the industry, under the age of 35. He has also served as a keynote speaker for Century 21 agents training in Quebec.

Jeremy is an active supporter of both veterans, troops, and local charities; participating yearly in the Ottawa and Aylmer Remembrance Day Parade, donating to both the Military Family Resource Center – National Capital Region (MFRC-NC), and the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO).

 

Louis-Philippe Pidgeon

CD, B.ENG., RMC • ONLINE:         Engel & Völkers

Louis-Philippe Pidgeon lived in Nation’s Capital until he enrolled in the Canadian Forces at the age of 17. In 2006, he graduated from the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and spent the following nine years in various postings across Canada, serving in the Royal Canadian Air Force as an Aerospace Engineer.

In 2015, Louis-Philippe decided to pursue a career, which would more fully complement his interests in architecture, design and interpersonal interactions, by joining the real estate salesperson education program with the OREA College. After successfully completing the certification process, he immediately joined both the internationally renowned Century 21 brand and the National Military Relocation Network. As part of a fantastic Ottawa brokerage as well as a thriving network he is able to use his real estate license to help his former peers and colleagues find a place to call home.

Louis-Philippe’s natural ability with numbers, keen eye for design, quality and value, friendly personality and genuine desire to make people happy make him an excellent sales representative, while his passion for all the things Ottawa can offer including cycling in the Gatineau hills, wake surfing on the Ottawa River, art appreciation and travel, make him the resident expert on the city and its surroundings.

 

Louis-Philippe Pidgeon

CD, B.ENG., RMC • ONLINE:       CENTURY 21

Louis-Philippe Pidgeon lived in Nation’s Capital until he enrolled in the Canadian Forces at the age of 17. In 2006, he graduated the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and spent the following nine years in various postings across Canada, serving in the Royal Canadian Air Force as an Aerospace Engineer.

In 2015, Louis-Philippe decided to pursue a career, which would more fully complement his interests in architecture, design and interpersonal interactions, by joining the real estate salesperson education program with the OREA College. After successfully completing the certification process, he immediately joined both the internationally renowned Century 21 brand and the National Military Relocation Network. As part of a fantastic Ottawa brokerage as well as a thriving network he is able to use his real estate license to help his former peers and colleagues find a place to call home.

Louis-Philippe’s natural ability with numbers, keen eye for design, quality and value, friendly personality and genuine desire to make people happy make him an excellent sales representative, while his passion for all the things Ottawa can offer including cycling in the Gatineau hills, wake surfing on the Ottawa River, art appreciation and travel, make him the resident expert on the city and its surroundings.

 

Patrick Lebeau

MILITARY STRATEGIC STUDIES, RMC • ONLINE:         CENTURY 21

Patrick graduated from the Royal Military College of Canada in 2006 with a degree in Military Strategic Studies. He served in the Canadian Forces until 2009, when he was forced to end his military service early due to an injury. Following his medical release, he continued a career with public service in a leadership role with Service Canada until 2012.

Patrick joined the NMRN team in the Fall of 2012, providing support as an expert in relocation for service members moving to or from the Ottawa region. He has been nominated as a Master-seller every year since joining Century21 as a sales representative in the province of Quebec.

Patrick continues to have ties with active military members through his network of friends and fellow RMC graduates. Every year, he represents the National Military Relocation Network by participating in the Remembrance Day parade in Aylmer and donates to various charities in support of military families such as the Military Family Resource Center – National Capital (MFRC-NC).

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Happy Canada 150th!We're pleased to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary with all our friends and clients.

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Happy New Year 2017It is a time of gratitude and we want to express our appreciation and what a pleasure to serve so many of you over the past 8 years. Thank you and Happy New Year 2017.

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An outstanding year 2015 for JeremyJeremy received the CENTURION award for a second year, ranked #1 in the Ottawa/Outaouais area for total units sold in 2015 with Century 21, and was mentioned in the Real Estate Professional (REP) magazine as one of the Young Guns 2015.

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