In business my name and reputation matter most to me. I’m proud of the honorable name I’ve established as a reliable and trustworthy businessman in the community. My business has never been about getting a single transaction done but more importantly building a long-term relationship with my clients and adding value along the way.
In my entire professional career I’ve had a saying that, “Activity Breeds Results,” and this is even more important and true in the listing and selling of luxury real estate. I describe myself as a 24/7 365 day a year working professional and my clients and most importantly prospective buyers know I can be reached virtually any time of the day. I’ve built a reputation as one of the best marketing professionals in the industry and I will do anything and everything to ensure that my clients get the maximum exposure for their luxury properties including internet marketing, international and out of state marketing campaigns, video marketing posted on up to 50 sites worldwide, direct mail, social media, luxury print advertising and public open houses (even during summer slow months as I believe you still have to try) to name just a few. I had a client say to me a few years ago that, “he sleeps better at night knowing I’m representing the sale of his waterfront home” because he feels I’m doing everything I can to get his property sold. That means everything to me.
I’ve never been one to stand up and say I’ve done this or that but in real estate it’s all about getting results and that means selling homes. I have listed and sold several hundred million dollars in just 8 short years and quickly have positioned myself as one of the go to Realtors in the Coastal Communities from East Delray Beach to Manalapan. Just recently in the second quarter of 2014, I was recognized as one of NRT’s (Corcoran’s Parent Company) Top 1000 agents which would put me in the Top 1% in the Industry.
Cerabino: And on the northern border, New Yorkers seeking asylum in Florida
The U.S. Census Bureau’s data revealed this week that Florida is being inundated with New Yorkers. I’m not sure why this qualifies as news. In a one-year period ending in July, the Census reported that 63,722 New Yorkers moved to Florida. More New York
Meet Steven Presson
Steven’s approach isn’t magic, he simply works longer, harder and smarter than his competition, and he achieves results. This year, his listings and current sales are currently on pace to exceed his previous year’s results.
Steven’s achievements start with his commitment to success and excellence. He understands the importance of listening.