Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Realty in Fort Lauderdale, Florida is pleased to announce REALTOR® Associate Amy Vulpis, has earned her Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES)® designation from the National Association of REALTORS®. Realtors who carry the SRES designation are specially qualified to address the real estate needs of those age 50+.
SRES designees recognize that a home is often the largest and most precious asset that baby boomers and people 50+ have. Thus, SRES designees bring a unique approach to each transaction and interaction with clients. They not only offer a deep knowledge of real estate and the local and economic issues shaping market trends, but they’re also educated on issues of particular concern to aged 50+ clients.
Their special skills help 50+ real estate buyers and sellers look at the big picture, factoring in financial issues and current and future care needs, to ensure that each client arrives at the best decision about selling a property and finding a new home. Such 50+ real estate specialized Realtors also recognize the emotional dimension associated with selling a beloved family property and approach clients and family members with patience and empathy.
“Providing resources, information and sensitivity to our region’s seniors has long been a priority for me,” said Vulpis. “As our population ages and the real estate market grows in complexity and size, it makes sense for us to focus more deeply on the changing concerns and priorities of those 50 years and older”.
SRES designees enjoy helping others. Customers will have the freedom to ask as many questions as they want and enjoy old-fashioned communication, with a handshake and in-person meetings. An SRES will take the time to get to know customers and their families’ situations. An SRES will understand that leaving a home after spending many years in it can be a stressful time for a family, and will be able to present all available options. An SRES will tailor meetings to provide information in an understandable manner, while preventing the process from becoming overwhelming.
To learn more how you or your family can benefit from this valuable community resource call Amy Vulpis at (954) 591-4280 or at amyvulpis.com.