As a real estate professional in today's digital world, I believe true personalized service creates the best experience when buying or selling a home. A home on the market is where a seller holds memories, and a buyer hopes to create new ones. Although today there may be an app for just about everything, there is not one that feels, guides, and truly understands your needs. I do.
I understand the importance of connecting with a human being. Don't get me wrong, as a millennial, I love and use technology. However, I also believe that when you make a vital investment, you need a professionally trained, knowledgeable and caring partner who is not just involved, but committed. I take it personally.
I am at your service because I believe in the power of an experience and the impact of providing a Personalized Service in a Digital World.
“I recently just moved into a new apartment in Brickell after graduating from the University of Miami last month. Andrea was awesome to work with and helped make the process of moving extremely hassle-free and pleasant. She helped us find everything we wanted for our new apartment and even more.”Scott Rose
“Andrea Ortiz was fabulous! When other agents failed to get the job done, Andrea stepped in and sold my home in two weeks! I wish I had used Andrea’s services to begin with!”M. Smith
“Andrea, you’re the best! Your integrity and tenacity are outstanding traits. I have referred my friends to you already and will continue to do so. I have no doubt that they’ll receive the same extraordinary service that you provided us.”Alicia P.
“Andrea Ortiz is an absolute pleasure to work with. She is attentive, responsive and truly keeps her clients’ best interests in mind. She made our homebuying experience easy, which is a daunting task! We totally recommend Andrea Ortiz 100%!”Sam O.
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