NAI Commercial - Montréal
200-615, boul. René-Lévesque Ouest
Montréal, Québec Canada H3B 1P5
t(514) 212 0133 m(514) 212 0133 f(514) 875 0310
Courtier immobilier agréé - Commercial

Specialties: Investment, Retail

Scope of Service Experience
Investment: Retail, shopping mall,MOB (Medical Office Building),land assembly,built to suit.
Best in redevlopment with an investment objective.
Good experience with REIT & Investment objectives.
Background & Experience
Richard Sauvé has specialized in the sectors of retail trade, redevelopment and real estate investment brokerage in Quebec since 1990.
Mr. Sauvé obtained his Bachelor’s degree in business administration with a specialty in finance from UQAM in 1980. He successfully completed the Canadian Securities Course and the Derivatives Course of the Canadian Securities Institute, before joining McLeod Young Weir (now Scotia McLeod) in 1983. In 1989, he was selected to attend a specialized training program at the Kellogg School of Management in Chicago.
Mr. Sauvé began his career in real estate as a mortgage broker. He then helped create an auction service for industrial and commercial properties. His introduction to the retail trade was the development of the Mail Boxes Etc. banner (now The UPS Store) as Development Director for Quebec.
In 1999, Mr. Sauvé started his own real estate firm, Séquoia Immobilia Inc. His institutional investment expertise allowed him to obtain major accounts such as school boards, the City of Montréal, and retail companies such as Pizza Hut, Kentucky Fried Chicken and A&W, Bétonel, as well as several large pharmacy chains. He also developed a competitive bidding system that enabled him market fifteen educational institutions (schools and properties).
In January 2006, he joined NAI Commercial to offer his clients greater international visibility.
In 2008, Mr. Sauvé became part of the commercial real estate elite by obtaining the SIOR designation. He is the only real estate broker at NAI Commercial – Quebec to be a member of the select SIOR club (, the most prestigious professional commercial and industrial real estate association in the world. SIOR has members in 28 countries and includes some 3,000 certified agents worldwide, about 100 in Canada and 16 in Quebec. It is also at that time that his daughter, Anne-Marie Sauvé, decided to join him to work as a team.
Mr. Sauvé sets himself apart with his property analysis skills, his financial experience and the quality presentations he gives to his institutional clients.
Professional Associations & Designations
Transaction History
Seal bid sales for Commission Scolaire Marie-Victorin, Jonquière, Val des Cerfs, Riverside, Laval, Seigneuries-des-Mille-Isles, Hautes-Rivières, Écoles Vanguard.

Ville de Montréal, Société de développement de Montréal, Société Habitation de Montréal, SAAQ.

2006 Shopping mallCentre Cousineau 9 150 000$
2007 Commercial lands for 8 162 000$
2007 Industrial buildingde 1 600 000$
2007 Car dealership 740 000$
2007 Mini-storage building for 4 050 000$
2008 Land & building assembly to be demolish First Capital Realty Metro Drouin 5 975 000$
2008 Senior Housing, Longueuil 998 500$
2008 Institutional land for residential development, C.S. Laval 3 280 000$
2009 Gas Station Petro-Canada, 415 000$
2009 Investment land for Pharmaprix 3 325 000$
2009 Industrial land, 675 000$
2010 Investment sale Poste Canada 1 185 000$
2010 Land for Funeral home1 700 000$
2010 Investment sale Petro-Canada 2 610 000$
2010 Office building for investment 2 075 000$
2010 228 appartments complex 7 940 000$

Commerce de détail :
Harvey’s, Pizza Hut, Poulet Frit Kentucky,A & W, Betonel, The UPS Store,Shell Canada, Petro-Canada,Coopérative funéraire de la Rive-Sud et de Laval, Physio-Extra, Kinatex, Outils Pierre Berger, Restaurants Sushi Palace, Familiprix, Pharmaprix ainsi que plusieurs Clinique Dentaire, Public Mobile,Multi-Prêts Hypothèques,

Samcon, Belcourt Properties, Développement MAS, Trigone, Constructions Denis Desjardins.