Original hometown: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Tony is a Licensed Real Estate Agent and Owner of Hilton Head Real Estate Partners.
- Member of the MLS of Hilton Head.
- Member of the Hilton Head Area Association of Realtors® (HHAAOR)
- Member of the South Carolina Association of Realtors® (SCAR)
- Member of the National Association of Realtors® (NAR)
- Participant Habitat for Humanity
- Camp Leo 2014 (Lions Club)
- Vestry Member All Saints Church Hilton Head 2009-2015
- Jr. Warden All Saints Church Hilton Head 2011-2015
- Finance Committee All Saints Church 2009-2015
- Building & Grounds Committee All Saints Church 2009-2015
- Owner/Publisher RSVP Direct Mail Hilton Head Franchise 2006-2015
- Owner/Publisher RSVP Direct Mail Savannah Franchise 2006-2015
I make a personal commitment to all my clients and customers to have their absolute best interest in mind. My commitment to you is that I will remain involved throughout the entire buying process – from your initial contact with me, to move-in, and after. In the end I am committed to making your real estate experience on Hilton Head Island or Bluffton as enjoyable and rewarding as possible. Let’s face it, Hilton Head Island is a wonderful place to live and the real estate process should be one of your most memorable transactions.
Real estate agents assist people through the process of buying, selling and renting land, homes and other properties. In addition to staying current with real estate laws and trends, real estate agents are tasked with a multitude of daily duties and responsibilities, from lead generation and marketing, to open houses and property closings. One of the appealing aspects of working as a real estate agent is that each day is different, and responding to the changing needs of buyers and sellers often means shifting gears at the last minute. Although every day is unique, there are some activities that may be typical in a day in the life of a real estate agent.
Continuing Education, Certifications and Designations
A real estate agent must be licensed in the state in which he or she operates, and is required to earn continuing education credits in order to maintain an active license status. In addition to these requirements, most agents pursue real estate certifications and designations to improve their credentials and marketability. Although earning and maintaining a license, certification and/or designation will not be a part of an agent’s daily schedule, it is part of many agents’ overall plan for improving skills, proficiency, knowledge and marketability as a real estate professional.