Herbert Ratsch, AKA Herbie, is recognized for his impressive portfolio of luxury city and countryside properties, Herbie has closed some of the highest-priced properties in Canada, including more than 65,000 acres of land and the legendary Château Montebello.
After closing countless transactions in the Laurentians and across the province of Quebec, Herbie understands that some properties require more than just residential real estate services.
Herbie offers his clients over 15 years of experience, a wide and valuable network of buyers and sellers, and world class marketing campaigns which has led to a closing average of over 90%.
CHOOSING HERBIE OFFERS YOU
Access to global contacts and business partners
The advantage of local Quebec expertise and international visibility
Support of experts in high-end real estate development
More than 20 years of experience in Quebec luxury real estate
Grand Lac Sinclair, the private lake estate featured in the video above is a testiment to the natural beauty that is home to Quebec Wilderness. With 2,723 Acres to enjoy and endless trails to explore, your imagination is the only limit on this presitine property.
PRESS & MEDIA
“Everything sells out here before it’s in the ground,” Mr. Ratsch said, including 24 half-acre lots in the Soleil village that listed for 500,000 to 700,000 Canadian dollars."
"Called "Kenauk," the Canadian property is about a 50-minute drive from both Montreal and Ottawa. It has 13 Scandinavian-style log cabin homes, 70 private lakes and a private marina that serves the property's largest lake, Lac Papineau. That lake has 28 miles of waterfront and has five islands."
"Herbie (Herb Ratsch) is a Certified Real Estate Broker who has completed numerous record sales. Herbie offers strategically tailored marketing campaigns for every property and client."
For $ 7.9 million, you could acquire this 1,213-acre (approximately 5 square kilometers) estate on which there are five waterfront homes and an ancestral farm. Bordered by Lake Lacoste, this land is located half an hour from Mont-Tremblant and two and a half hours from Montreal.
“The sale of this property,” listing agent Herbert Ratsch of Sotheby’s International Realty Canada says, “offers an unprecedented opportunity to secure a piece of Canada’s history, with roots deeply entrenched in the history of the region and of the nation.”
"Kenauk, one of Canada’s largest remaining parcels of private land, and the site of the Canadian Ski Marathon, is to be listed for just under C$81.3 million."
"The Fairmont Le Château Montebello resort complex in west Quebec has been purchased by Evergrande, a major Chinese real estate group making its first investment in Canada."