Abbie Roses REALTOR®
Abbie helps buyers and sellers get where they want to go on time, with the least amount of complication, confusion and stress. To do this, she listens carefully to their needs and wants, then manages every detail from start to finish, effectively and efficiently.
In her long and diverse career, she has been an archaeologist, a news reporter, an art dealer and a marketing consultant. These experiences, combined with boundless energy and passion for her work, have given her a keen sense of how to find, promote and sell real estate. As a Realtor® she marshals these skills to help buyers acquire properties that meet their unique needs and sellers to position their property in a complex market and close the deal to their benefit.
Abbie grew up in Albany, New York, graduated from McGill University in Montreal and attended graduate school at the University of Vermont, interning in a regional historic preservation organization. Along the way, she gained a good command of Spanish, French and Hebrew.
After 20 years in community planning, marketing and public relations, she moved to Prescott in 1997 and immersed herself in the community professionally and as a volunteer. She worked as director of business development for the region’s leading architectural and planning firm, participating in the full spectrum of projects from custom homes to large-scale commercial developments. As a marketing consultant to the Prescott Unified School District since 2002, she has helped increase enrollment and shape new programs that meet the needs of an evolving community.
In the rare moments that she’s not working, she’s supporting her children in their activities, practicing yoga, playing tennis, traveling and hiking with her husband.
- Has a solid track record of closing short sale and bank foreclosure deals.
- Is especially adept at working with families with school children, thanks to her longtime consulting engagement with the local school district.
- Practices Ninja Selling, a sales system based on a philosophy of building relationships, listening to the customer, and then helping them achieve their goals. It is less about selling and more about helping people buy. (http://www.thegroupinc.com/ninja_selling)