We are so thrilled to be the designated Regent for the Grosse Pointes on the Board of Regents, the governing body of LuxuryRealEstate.com! Luxury Real Estate periodically features their affiliated brokers, and right now it is our very own Kay Agney’s turn! She just returned from the LRE Spring Retreat in Ft. Lauderdale, and we’ll have more to tell you about that shortly–but for now, check out what Kay has to say about being a broker in Grosse Pointe! A couple of questions and answers are featured below…to see the full article (as well as a fabulous photo of Kay!), please click here!
Why is your company successful? Our motto is “Matching People and Houses… with Imagination!” Most of our business comes from referrals of satisfied clients. Our sales associates are very committed to providing the kind of service that guarantees successful real estate transactions. As part of our vision, we take pride in providing expert guidance so our clients can satisfy their lifestyle needs. Grosse Pointe is a small community with many high profile people who expect confidentiality in their transactions and we pride ourselves in providing that confidentiality. Our agents are committed to the community, giving their time and talents to many community and charitable organizations. They also have a strong commitment to each other’s’ success. It is not unusual to see a seasoned agent taking time to help a new agent. We provide a company atmosphere that attracts successful, productive and motivated real estate professionals. As an integral part of the Grosse Pointes since 1929, we can truly expand our motto to say “Matching People and Houses with Imagination…for Generations!”
What are your favorite parts of your job? Every morning I feel blessed to wake up doing what I love to do. Each day brings different challenges and it is never boring. Many of my past clients have become dear friends and I am now finding homes for their children. I love finding that perfect home for a client. And I enjoy helping our sales associates become successful, mentoring them as I was mentored.