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As the real estate world continues to evolve, the best real estate agents grow with the change. Antonella Vertucci is one of those realtors. With a B.S. in marketing from Quinnipiac University and a certificate in interior design from Paier College of Art, along with 25 years of hands-on design and marketing experience and 10 plus years of real estate experience, Vertucci knows how to get your house ready to sell, how to market it and how to walk you through a seamless closing.
According to the National Association of Realtors, "A staged home will sell for 17% more on average than a non-staged home, and 95% of staged homes sell in 11 days or less. That is statistically 87% faster than non-staged homes."
Lucky for you, when you hire Vertucci, she comes prepared to dress your home for the sale, suggest remodels if needed ,and properly market your home within the community.
"I am a lifelong resident of Connecticut and knowledgeable in many areas of the state. My design expertise can help clients with remodeling ideas and seeing the potential in a home they want, or it can come in handy with staging ideas and home preparation for those who want to sell."
In addition to her titles of realtor, designer, remodeler, and stager, she also holds the designations of estate manager and senior relocation specialist. With her diverse skillset, she is sure to help you buy or sell at any stage of life. She is fluent in Italian and has Spanish comprehension.
"I genuinely care about my clients. I want to help them as much as possible while making their experience a good one," she says. I do it all from start to finish so you don't have to."
Her clients have described her as spunky, savvy, and patient. They go on to share that she is the type of agent who will walk with her customers every step of the way. If you want an agent willing to go the extra mile for you and your home, Antonella Vertucci is the agent to call.
This story was provided by Antonella Vertucci. She works out of the Guilford Calcagni office located at 25 Boston Street. For more information, call 203-458-1821 ext. 1601 or email her directly at AntonellaVertucci@calcagni.com
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