Born and raised in the quaint, close-knit town of Carleton Place, Ontario, Ramsay has learned to appreciate the little things in life from a young age. As such, he has gained a unique perspective on the trust, companionship and quality of maintaining a lasting rapport with those he meets, serves and connects with.
In 2004, Ramsay attended Lambton College where he studied Metallurgy. For the five years that followed, he worked as an apprentice for a distinguished sculptor in Ottawa and adapted quickly to the fast-paced working environment that transpired throughout this portion of his career. During this time, Ramsay established a drive like none other, developing esteemed professionalism, motivation for success, and attention to detail.
In 2010, Ramsay attended Ontario Real Estate College and moved permanently to the city of Ottawa where he began his journey in real estate. From day one of his career – and ongoing throughout – Ramsay committed primarily on homebuyers; educating his clientele on the growing real estate market, coaching them in their decision-making process, and guiding them as they make a strong, life-changing commitment. Ramsay takes pride in his distinct honesty, his defined aptitude, and his natural knack of coaching. He has become a well-connected Sales Representative within the city of Ottawa and the real estate community, achieving top percentile results year after year across the country.
As a strong communicator, dependable self-starter and trustworthy agent, Ramsay Ferguson looks forward to working with you!
What do you love about real estate?
I love that it’s such a “people” business! Being able to meet, interact and socialize with the people of our community on a regular basis, as well as live that dream of helping someone find their home, make that great investment, or even win that multiple offer bidding war is something that I am wholeheartedly grateful for.
What is your favourite space in your home?
Wherever my wife and my dogs are.
What would you be doing if not real estate?
Bit of a toss-up, but I’d either be focusing on a career in Psychiatry or obtaining a Pilot’s License.
What book has changed your life?
While this list is always changing, there are three books that have changed my way of thinking and how to focus my energy:
“The Obstacle is the Way” by Ryan Holiday
“Extreme Ownership” by Jocko Willink
“Outliers” by Malcom Gladwell
What is your most memorable experience to date?
Oh, that’s an easy one! My Wedding day – best day of my life!