Residential Buyers

Being a native Calgarian, Francesca Serafini has watched this city grow from a town of 400,000 to a sprawling and diversified oil driven metropolis that over 1,200,000 people call home.  Over the years she has created and successful maintained a well-established and loyal clientele of sophisticated Buyers as well as a diversified group who have purchased for the first-time.

Initially the process will begin with an informal introduction and the Who, What, When, Where and Why of Residential Real Estate, in conjunction with a painless pre-qualification and initiation procedure.  It is essential to create a suitable “Search Criteria” to minimize client stress and anxiety while achieving the desired result in a timely fashion.

Her sensitive and compassionate one-on-one connection with the residential client has surpassed everyday business practices and is an absolute asset and prerequisite to the proven success of her business.  This philosophy and demeanor has provided Francesca with an untarnished personal and corporate reputation within her sphere of influence.

Her sixth sense and visionary approach to business is driven by perfection and attention to detail, which intern allows the client to make an educated decision rather that a strictly emotional one, when purchasing a new home. Francesca knows Calgary, she knows the market and her business as a skillful negotiator, confidently guiding the client through the myriad of potential “Hills & Valley’s” of the typical residential purchase, as your “Wants & Needs” are always in the fore front. 

 

“I love what I do and believe Residential Real Estate is an art, the “Art of Living”.

Whether the journey is long, short, smooth or bumpy, each experience will move us

forward and inevitably in the end allow us to embrace this journey we call life. 

I work very hard and build strong relationships with my clients as proficiency,

patients and consistency have allowed me to build a robust sense of values”.

“Together we will either find a way, or create one.”