What is your new year’s real estate resolution?

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Ivan G. Chorney
Sales Executive
Island Gardens

I am very excited to enter 2008 with a New Year’s real estate resolution of renewed spirit. There are many exciting things happening in Miami and I am glad to be participating. Having the opportunity to sell The Residences at Island Gardens is truly an honor. It is the most unique and exciting development in the City of Miami. When I talk to other Realtors about these new developments everyone is excited about the wonderful impact this will mean for the city. So, for 2008, I am resolved to be part of this renewed spirit.

Harry Baxter
Senior Realtor Associate
Fortune International Realty

In 2008, I am always going to go above and beyond what could possibly be expected of me to provide the absolute best service to my clients to help them achieve their desired objectives in every real estate transaction. I am also going to try to effectively communicate accurate market information to my clients so that they are making informed decisions at any given time.

V. Nancy Remedios
Realtor Associate
FSR-GMAC Real Estate

I plan on making 2008 the most revolutionary year in my real estate career by helping others reach their dreams. I want to make a difference in peoples’ lives by using my knowledge, education and experience in helping them to invest in real estate and take advantage of the most wonderful market ever. In today’s market, it is not enough to know about real estate to make a difference. Buyers need a Realtor who can advise and help them on how to improve their credit scores, new community mortgages and community programs available to assist them. I want to help buyers not only in purchasing their own home, but also in creating a real estate portfolio.

Manny Silveira
Realtor Associate
Abdale Realty, LLC

For 2008, my New Year’s resolution is to improve my prospecting skills and build my real estate niche. This is important because buyers and sellers are more educated and expect more from their real estate professionals. Prospecting is the main core of real estate sales. Without prospects, a real estate salesperson is unemployed. I’d also like to take advantage of downtime by catching up with CE and post-licensing requirements. We all leave these “required-by-law” chores for when we are most busy.

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