After over fifteen years of experience in Real Estate, Holly Kovich has handled virtually every type of transaction. Not only is Holly the top producer for her office she is the Broker. Holly is a firm believer in continuing education. She keeps her skills on the cutting edge through attending professional seminars and classes. Holly holds her Brokers License, GRI designation, (Graduate of REALTOR Institute), CPS (Certified Pre-Foreclosure Specialist), GHS Designation (Generational Housing Specialist), SFR Certification (Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource Certification) and is currently working toward her CRS designation, (Certified Residential Specialist). As an active member of The Women's Council of REALTORS, Holly was awarded their Top Producer Award in 2006.
Together with a team of full-time assistants, she makes sure that your transaction is handled in the most professional way. Holly knows that real estate involves more than just a one time transaction; it means helping people with one of the most important steps in their lives. That is why she is dedicated to being there for their clients over the long term. This is why so many of her clients wouldn't trust their real estate needs to anyone else. Holly knows that selling your home involves making critical decisions about your most important investment. That is why she takes her job so seriously. To Holly, being the total professional means handling each transaction the only way she knows how, the best way. You benefit not only from her extensive background in business, sales and marketing, but also from her dedication to helping you achieve your goals.
Holly measures her success in terms of your happiness. She has never lost sight of the fact that real estate is not about properties, it is about people. Together with her team, she makes sure each transaction has a rewarding and successful outcome. This is why so many of Holly's clients continue to return to her and refer their family and friends. They know that working with Holly means working with someone who cares. When it comes to important family matters like buying or selling a home, why settle for less?