|By Marketwired .||
|June 23, 2014 09:24 AM EDT||
MIAMI, FL--(Marketwired - June 23, 2014) - In a red hot market with a seemingly endless flow of new luxury real estate developments, Miami-based Opulence International Realty (OIR) introduces a fresh approach to address the sales and marketing needs of today's developers. Providing dedicated attention and a selection of premier services to developers, OIR stands apart by providing quality versus quantity. The Developer Solutions Division is led by Jack Paget, a highly respected professional with a laudable track-record as one of South Florida's top-producing Sales Directors.
Paget has more than 30 years of experience in the industry and thoroughly understands the needs of developers. "The bottom line is generating accelerated sales, and that can only be done when a firm has the time to provide quality service using the best team who can give their undivided attention to a single project," he explains. "We also have the ability to expose a project to an extensive network of both national and international brokers and buyers whom we've built strong relationships with over the years," adds Paget.
OIR's Developer Solutions Division provides fully integrated, turn-key sales and tailor-made marketing programs to developers for both pre-construction and existing projects. Committed to the entire process from beginning to end, the team promises close guidance to accomplish the clients' goals. The new Division uses the latest technology to elevate services that include building concept and design consulting, market analysis, pricing strategy, database management, sales center design and consulting, sales staffing and administration, international sales and marketing, sales data reporting and management, among others.
"The value is evident through the performance and volume of sales produced in a short amount of time," explains President and Broker James Hoffman. "Developers who work with Jack and his professional team find they consistently deliver the best results."
With a background as Sales Director for high-profile and high-dollar-volume developments, Paget is a dynamic professional with an approach rooted in closing deals and making a bottom-line impact. He has a track record that includes residential projects ranging from $115 million to over $260 million, and a senior leadership role for an industrial fund worth more than $450 million. No stranger to the demands of high-end real estate sales and marketing, Paget brings a wealth of market expertise to all developments, as well as an extensive network of global connections and strategic alliances. Combined with Opulence International Realty's leading-edge technology capabilities and the impressive history of parent company CSI International, Paget assembles top -performing teams to facilitate accelerated sales anywhere in the world.
Paget has also worked with some of South Florida's most recognized names including Cervera Real Estate, International Sales Group and Adler Group, among others. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in International Relations from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. Originally from Westport, Connecticut, Paget moved to Miami in 1971 and has been a Florida resident ever since.
Opulence International Realty emerges from acclaimed South Florida Opulence Magazine and CSI International, a property management firm with an impeccable track record. Known for their professionalism, responsiveness and ability to communicate effectively and expediently, OIR facilitates smooth and enjoyable transactions for their VIP clients. Using an innovative full-service platform, the company offers a myriad of comprehensive luxury real estate solutions. OIR also includes the Sports & Entertainment division, led by Tomi Rose, which provides exceptional couture services to athletes and celebrities; and the Developer Solutions division, led by Jack Paget, that offers a range of professional and comprehensive sales services. OIR is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Worldwide Who's Who. Open from 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. daily, its Miami office is located at 2060 N. Bayshore Dr. in Miami, Florida 33137. For more information, visit www.OpulenceInternationalRealty.com.
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