Selling your home is more than finding a buyer and closing a sale. It’s a complex transaction involving your single most valuable asset. You need an expert who knows how to protect you and represent your best interest: someone skilled at handling delicate negotiations on your behalf; experienced in avoiding legal pitfalls that could cost you money; accomplished at orchestrating sophisticated marketing strategies that can make selling your home a rewarding experience.
Rob Cecchini is a graduate of Montclair State University with degrees in Teacher Education and Exercise Physiology. Rob returned to school in 2008 attending Fairleigh Dickinson University obtaining a Master of Administrative Science.
My overriding goal is to provide the highest standard of excellence, knowledge and professionalism that the real estate industry has to offer. My service is based on trust, performance and honesty in every aspect of each property transaction that I handle. These values are important to me and my team. To meet the goals of my clients, I use the latest advances in the industry to yield the highest return to the owners of each property I sell. I aim to bring absolute satisfaction to my clients. Only then do I consider it a “job well done.”
I pride myself on the relationships I have with my clients and continuous recognition as a top producer. I attribute my success with possessing extensive knowledge of the housing market combined with aggressive and personalized marketing efforts.
My philosophy has paid off time and time again for each client. After years of combined professional experience in residential and commercial sales, new business comes from referrals by satisfied clients and direct marketing.
I know how to market and sell real estate. “I believe any property that is priced right and properly marketed is not only good as a guaranteed sale but will achieve a higher sales price.
“People need to hire someone they feel comfortable with, someone who has a proven track record and is current with the knowledge and trends of today’s market.”
“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”