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Jean Ouellette

  • Properties in Portfolio: Mostly in the Ottawa area
  • Date Joined REIN: 21/12/2011
  • #of years investing: 6

Areas of Expertise:

  • Joint Ventures
  • Raising Capital
  • Single Family
  • Adding real estate to your retirement planning

Investing In:

  • Ontario


Jean has over 15 years' experience as a pension officer in the retirement field where he advises on the process of retirement keeping with the current legislation. He not only discusses retirement goals but the importance of proper planning to achieve those goals.

This is where his interest for investing began. He noticed that a retirement date was not necessarily determined by age but by INCOME! Therefore, Jean started looking for alternative investments and quickly noticed real estate, when he sold his home and noticed the return he made in a relatively short amount of time. 

He started pursuing real estate investing through education, reading and coaching. Jean joined REIN in December 2011 to further his education. Through the systems he learned from REIN, he was able to develop his own style and systems of his very own and started investing in buy and hold properties. Jean is now also investing in new builds while concentrating on building affiliates.

How Your Coach will Help You Win:

We all get "stuck" at one point or another in our investments and the best thing to do when this happens is  to talk to someone who understands what you are going through. Jean will be able to assist you in getting “unstuck” by asking the appropriate questions, and by offering the appropriate guidance, to help you continue on your path.

Having been in the retirement field for over 15 years, Jean understands the importance of planning for your retirement and incorporating real estate as the vehicle to make your dream retirement date come true.

You have goals; through Jean you can put a plan in place to achieve those goals for both you and your family.


Jean doesn’t concentrate on achieving a number of doors but invests with a purpose, meaning his investments are both short and long term and determined by his and his family’s needs. He then acquires real estate to meet those needs. His exit strategy is already determined by his purchase and when the term of his investment is up.