About Us

Our hidden agenda?

We hope you never want to leave. The reality is that most property management companies are preoccupied with 'what' they do (filling empty apartments) rather than 'why' they exist as a company, and it's the very reason they're perceived as little more than 'the rent people'.

That's where we differ.

We exist for one reason – to inspire attachment.

At Ground Floor we're committed to reinventing the apartment experience, by taking every opportunity to show people that they mean more to us than a 'monthly rent cheque'. That said, everything we do as a team is driven by our desire to surprise and delight the very people who call our buildings home.

At the end of the day it's pretty simple – if you're a Ground Floor customer, you really are treated like family.

Meet The Team

Tony LeBlanc » CEO, Partner
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Tony LeBlanc grew up living in an apartment building his mother managed on Canada’s East Coast – and developed his passion for property management watching her natural ability to inspire a sense of ownership and accountability.

Tony owns and manages Ground Floor Property Management, one of the largest property management companies on Canada’s East Coast – a business he built from the ground up. In addition, he has created numerous spin-off companies living and working with a ‘Doorpreneur Mindset’. Tony’s desire to share his story as a business owner and property management professional has helped thousands of his peers achieve new levels of growth and profitability.

Stephen Dunnett » VP Operations Moncton, Partner
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His lengthy career in property management spans nearly two decades. In that time he has developed a unique, comprehensive system for managing properties of all sizes. And he's got the refined people skills that make him the go to guy for evaluating potential tenants and forming strategic partnerships.

Stephen deals with leasing, facility maintenance, and on site trouble-shooting. Retrofitting or renovating - he is always innovating to add value.

If you are ever attempting to define the term hands-on, we humbly submit Stephen's image as the definitive characterization of that most sought after trait.

As a side note, we are currently petitioning Oxford's English Dictionary to reflect this change.