Professional Profile of Carol Cooper-Skopil
A 17 year resident, I made my way to New Mexico from Portland, Oregon in 2002.
From a military family I have lived in many parts of the United States and in Europe. This makes for a good understanding of the diverse wants and needs which buyers from all over have.
I started my real estate career in 2004, selling commercial real estate then moved to residential sales in 2010; working for a new home builder and resale as well. Each element of my real estate career helps in every transaction.
There are several things that set me apart from the crowd:
Listen. There is nothing that an agent can do for a buyer or seller if you don't listen to them. There is nothing better than hearing a client say, "This is exactly what I was talking about", or "thanks for keeping us on track to our wants and needs". To listen carefully, is to move forward and not waste time.
Negotiations. Realistic and simplistic. The goal for buyers and sellers is to buy and sell, not goof around with an unqualified agent that does not know how to help them through a transaction.
Candy coating. Honesty is the best policy. Open and honest communication are her strong points.
Everyone is busier now than ever, time is of the essence in all of our lives. So communication, listening, market knowledge, and qualification are of the upmost importance in a realtor.
Affiliations, Designations and Community Associations:
Member National Association Realtors (NAR)
Licensed Broker, NM Real Estate Commission
Board member of Music Guild of New Mexico (2014)
Board member of New Mexico Symphony Guild (2005-2007)
ABQ Reads Program
Largest Transaction 2008
Residential Real Estate Council Designation