Selling Your Home? Let the Renaissance Realtor Take Care of It!
By Greg Smith, Staff Writer
Most real estate agents are only after their commission and a quick turnaround. Their knowledge doesn’t extend much past buying and selling. What you need is a realtor who’s in the know about interest rates, market trends, the art of negotiation, and more.
That’s where Ron Schwolsky of Wish / Sotheby’s International Realty comes in. Ron is a man of many talents with considerable experience in architecture, sustainable “green” design, and international finance. In fact, Ron had a successful career in international finance in New York before he relocated to Los Angeles to raise a family and become a licensed real estate agent.
These varied interests funnel into Ron being an expert realtor who understands his clients’ goals and dedicates himself to delivering results. Since 1999, Ron’s clientele appreciates his positive energy, integrity, and thorough personal service.
“With everything online, today’s sellers are much more educated when it comes to the current market,” Ron says. “Before, they had to sit down with three different realtors to find out how much their house was worth. Now they have a pretty good idea before meeting with one. This knowledge is empowering, but realtors can still tell sellers what they want to hear, instead of the truth. I get my clients top dollar for their home, but I’m 100% honest with them every step of the way. It’s the New Yorker in me.”
Ron represents a variety of different buyers and sellers. He serves the entire Los Angeles Metro area and specializes in the San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, the Westside, and Malibu communities. Ron is a LEED AP (U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, Accredited Professional), BPI, BA (Building Performance Institute, Building Analyst), became a Certified EcoBroker in 2006. Ron is also a California licensed General Contractor.
So if you’re ready to sell or find a new home in L.A., Ron Schwolsky has got your back. Give him a call at (818) 640-3400.