When my friends were out playing sports, you'd likely find me in my bedroom at my parents Westchester home, reading up on current events, local news and most commonly studying about New York Real Estate.
Unlike many of my classmates back in Archbishop Stepinac, I knew the career path I would choose. I knew I wanted to work within my community. You see, I was born and raised in Westchester County and the energy of these neighborhoods has always flowed through my veins. I also enjoyed solving problems, negotiating deals and working with different personalities and cultural backgrounds. So, with a BBA in Marketing Management from Pace University in one hand and a license to sell New York real estate in the other, I put my dream in motion and began my long-awaited career.
As a young, ambitious man who focused on operating in one of the most sought-after counties in the country, I was met with a slew of unexpected obstacles brought about by a downward spiraling economy. After all,the year was 2005 and the housing market was showing signs of uncertainty. Despite the bleak outlook and my lack of experience, I had to try to do something to help my clients. Rather than running for cover, I carved out a much-needed real estate niche as a Short Sale Advocate. And for the next several years, I concentrated on consulting with and representing distressed homeowners. Honestly, the satisfaction of seeing the relieved expressions on my clients' faces once they were freed from their underwater mortgage is indescribable.
Understanding that the pendulum of prosperity would eventually swing back, I studied my craft and took time to listen, watch and learn. I realized my strong suit is my talent for being able to blend the traditional and mod ern-day real estate worlds. Here, I expertly combine timeless integrity and a dedicated mindset with tech-savvy skills to my client's benefit. That is my unique trump card.
My clients are given key tools to reach an informed decision well before an offer is on the table, not after the ink on the contract has dried. To that end, I routinely keep abreast of the marketplace, in addition to financial and neighborhood news, so nothing is left to chance. What's more, I am continually building my professional associations by networking with bankers, brokers, attorneys, inspectors, contractors and others who might someday be helpful for my clients.
Granted, even though I have over a decade of solid real estate experience-backed by the most prestigious brand, Sotheby's International Realty, a company affording me the most effective resources in the industry-I'm still viewed as "a young agent." I consider this perception an advantage since I relate to the generation now fast taking over the work force. And much like the new crop of buyers and sellers today, I am at ease with technology and pro-actively embrace the Internet using online platforms to gain optimum listing visibility. Thanks to that connection coupled with a work ethic, which began in my teens, my clients receive no-nonsense information in creative and transparent ways.
Whether you're interested in buying or selling a home, call me. If you could use a knowledgeable ear and need some hard facts, call me. Or to learn your options for getting out from under a financially devastating property, call me. Guaranteed, I'll quickly respond to discuss ways I can help. Real Estate isn't just a job for me, it's my life.
Inaam services the areas of Scarsdale, Edgemont, Eastchester, Yonkers, Ardsley, Hartsdale, Tuckahoe and White Plains.
To contact Inaam call him at 914-374-7490 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. His office is located in the heart of the Village of Scarsdale at 28 Chase Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583.