Mimi Do

Your Real Estate Agent Friend

eXp Realty, Brokerage - Ottawa

Ottawa Home Buy and Sell

About Mimi Do

There’s so much emotion behind buying and selling your home. While it’s important to embrace these feelings, my job as a realtor is to manage your emotions so they don’t obstruct your end goal.

I’m here to get you the most value for your money, but it’s never about the transaction for me. It’s about helping you make the decision that has your best interest at heart. It all about relationships over transactions.

Now, I get to help my clients achieve their goals and make their dreams a reality.

There’s nothing more fulfilling than that. I believe real estate plays a key role in allowing you to live your life by design, and it brings me so much happiness to know I get to play a hand in achieving that for my clients.

If you read until now, then we need to talk. Let’s go for a coffee and see how I can help you with anything !


Call, text, email or DM to me.
Phone : 613-809-8388
Email : mimi.do@exprealty.com

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30 Years of Real Estate in Ottawa: Then and Now

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Canadian Fixed Mortgage Rates Are About to Rise 2021 updating

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Pent-up Buyer Demand Drives January’s Resale Market- January 2021

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