- Suzana Delis began a career as a Luxury Property Specialist with one goal in mind - to provide the highest quality boutique-style real estate service possible. As a Member of the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing®, Suzana is part of an international network of real estate professionals who specialize in the luxury market. Utilizing twenty years of expert negotiation experience beginning in international civil affairs and government mediation capacities, she aggressively pursues the best interest for her clients in every real estate transaction while earning the respect of colleagues. First time buyers, luxury estate buyers and sellers, and multi-property investors are included in her diverse sales portfolio. With extensive knowledge in building design and architecture, Suzana employs tailored marketing strategies to advertise character homes, smart homes, architectural, mid-century modern and ranch homes, just to name a few, each requiring individual research and presentation to yield top dollar when selling. With an extraordinary level of service and professionalism, respect for confidentiality and an unsurpassed, straightforward work ethic, Suzana delivers a positive real estate experience for all discerning clientele.
- Aileen strives to provide her clients with the highest quality boutique-style real estate service possible. Aileen began a career as a practicing attorney in 2001. Shortly after, she acquired her license as a Real Estate Broker and began working with Real Estate loans. Later she turned toward luxury real estate listings and sales as she partnered with Suzana Delis. With advanced training as a legal counselor, Aileen offers numerous advantages as a transaction coordinator. Aileen's meticulous nature and her consistent attention to detail has earned her the respect of her colleagues and the satisfaction of clients. She is particularly adept at managing and collaborating on complex transactions, ensuring timelines and contracts are strictly adhered to. Aileen takes great pride in being easily accessible to her clients, returning calls, emails and/or texts promptly, guiding her clients through the entire escrow process and keeping her clients updated regularly. Working closely with her team, Aileen ensures all transaction documentation is 100% complete, accurate, and timely. Aileen offers sound advice and provides guidance about the process from start to finish... every transaction, every time.
My Credentials and Memberships
- Members of the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing®
- Coldwell Banker Global Luxury Certified
- Certified Luxury Property Specialist
- Coldwell Banker Smart Home Certified
- Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE)
- Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES)
- Certified Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR) Specialist
- REALTOR - California Association of Realtors
- REALTOR - National Association of Realtors
- Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
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