As an established and trusted real estate broker, Herb Ratsch represents some of the regions more discerning buyers and sellers. Having been one of the first brokers with the brand in the province of Québec, Herb spearheaded the opening of the Mont-Tremblant office in order to better serve the region of the Laurentians. His professional training and background speaks volumes. Prior to moving to Mont-Tremblant, Herb was an integral part of the senior management team at Starters Sports Canada, working closely with major sports leagues such as the NFL, MLB, NHL and CFL that has allowed him to make lasting business contacts. For the last 20 years, he has immersed himself in the luxury real estate world, having been the Vice President of Intrawest’s Mont-Tremblant Resort Reservation Network, the resorts’ real estate sales director and vacation rentals director. Herb’s knowledge and experience is unmatched in the region. Herb has taken part in a notable series of record-setting sales in and out of the Laurentian region. He was a key-player in the largest sale ever in Canada for the brand; the single largest parcel of land ever sold in Canada (65,000 acres), which created quite the buzz in the media. Although Herb does focus his business in the region of the Laurentians, he has become the household name for unique properties such as, but not exclusive to: large acreage estates, private lakes, hunting clubs, as well as hotel hospitality sales and marketing. He works diligently to best serve his clients’ specific needs and interests while maintaining their confidentiality. Herb currently maintains a listing portfolio of some of the provinces most impressive country estates and works with an international clientele base almost daily. Work hard and play hard is a mantra that Herb lives by. An outdoor enthusiast, he enjoys skiing, golfing, water skiing, canoeing, kayaking as well as driving in the Porsche Club of North America event at the Circuit Mont-Tremblant. He is currently planning an ultimate adventure heli-ski trip in Alaska but his greatest pleasure is teaching his 4 year old son how to ski on the hills of Tremblant.