Chatham – Charles “Chuck” Bartolo, Principal Broker for Beach & Bartolo Realtors, announces that Jennifer Sesma has obtained the Chartered Associate Realtor designation. The Beach & Bartolo team includes 17 real estate agents, nine of whom, including Sesma, have obtained the coveted title of Associate Broker.
Sesma is a trusted Associate Realtor working in the Hudson Valley. Her refreshing, honest style and creative approach set her apart from other brokers in the region.
Sesma was named 2020 Rookie of the Year by the Columbia Greene Board of Realtors and earned her Associate Realtor License after 2.5 years as a Licensed RE Salesperson. She has won several National Association of REALTORS®’ [NAR’s] Designations and certifications, including Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR), GREEN, GRI, PSA, RENE, RSPS.
Prior to real estate, Sesma had a successful career operating a chain of specialty stores in Manhattan, Westchester County and Connecticut. After 16 years in the corporate world, she turned a corner and hasn’t looked back.
Sesma brings a fresh perspective to her business and understands that buying or selling a home is a deeply personal experience. With her creative background, years of experience in visual merchandising and customer service, Sesma knows that first impressions count for her ads, even in a seller’s market. She offers staging consultations, professional photography, video and virtual tours for all of her listings to ensure that each listing is portrayed in the best possible way. Sesma markets its ads on social media and traditional channels to reach as wide an audience as possible, a win for its seller clients. As an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®), she goes the extra mile in guiding her buying clients through the entire process, from initial research, negotiations, getting an accepted offer, closing the deal. on time and all other intermediate steps.
Sesma currently serves on the Board of Directors and as Chair of the Education Committee of the Columbia Greene Board of Realtors. She also sits on the Chatham Village Planning Board.
She is a big fan of old houses, of which there are many in the Hudson Valley. She will probably forever work on her 1890s Victorian in Chatham village. In her spare time, you might find her gardening or hanging out with her dog and enjoying Chatham village life.