About Tammy Laverty-Hall

Tammy has over 20 years of sales & marketing experience. She lived in Los Angeles for 11 years where she worked for an investment firm in client service and marketing as well as in the competitive entertainment industry, which provided a solid foundation and a natural transition to the real estate world. Back in her native Ottawa, where she was born and raised, Tammy is very familiar & knowledgeable of the real estate community in our nation’s capital. She is thrilled to be working with Royal LePage Team Realty where she can apply her experience to the exciting world of real estate, a field that is especially rewarding as it provides the opportunity to meet new people and help them achieve their real estate goals. Tammy’s approachable demeanour, commitment to excellence and passion to exceed her clients expectations, make her a valuable asset when considering your next realtor. Client satisfaction is her number one goal she prides herself on helping clients make informed & rewarding real estate decisions while maintaining a standard of excellence. When not out showing houses, in her spare time Tammy enjoys singing, being active in sports and staying active in the Ottawa community including supporting local charities like Ringside For Youth, Fight for the Cure and 65 ROSES to name few.

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“Sens dress” has hockey fans singing praises of Barrhaven business woman Tammy Laverty may be known in Barrhaven as a real estate agent with Royal LePage Team Realty, but to hockey fans, she is the Scotiabank Place suite hostess and national anthem singer who helped create the most talked-about dress in Ottawa.

“I don’t want people to think I’m just the girl in the Sens dress,” said Tammy Laverty of Barrhaven. Like many suite hostesses at Scotiabank Place, Laverty has a life outside the arena. As a real estate agent with Royal LePage Team Realty, Laverty is a polished professional. Although a strong sense of customer service drives her in both fields, Laverty is careful to keep the two worlds apart. And for good reason. One of the most talked about things at Ottawa Senators games this year – other than the team’s success despite the injuries and the hot goaltending – has been “the dress.” Laverty helped design the uniform worn by the suite hostesses, which is a modified version of the Senators’ vintage alternate jersey