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Monica Hoffman & Neolfi Hentze Work With Both International And Local Clients By Matthew Auerbach
Working as a team at Heritage International Realty, Monica Hoffman and Neolfi Hentze offer up their experience as seasoned real estate professionals to their many customers, many of whom live a long way from Wellington. “We work with international clients from Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina and Canada,” Hoffman said. “Neolfi and I just came back from a trip to Bogotá, Colombia, where we had an exclusive presentation to our customers there for investment opportunities in South Florida. We made excellent connections in Bogotá, and we are planning on going to Buenos Aires, Lima and Santiago with the same business plan.” While their long-term goal is to entice buyers to settle and/or invest in the South Florida area, they know their No. 1 job is to provide service that is second to none. “My specialty is consulting my clients on their real estate goals, short-term and long-term,” Hentze said. “My extensive experience allows me to work with my clients and their family members in making sound real estate decisions. I love helping people; it is second nature to me and very satisfying when you have clients that are so happy with the service we provide.” Hoffman and Hentze are quite comfortable doing business on other shores. After all, it’s where their individual journeys began. Hoffman was born in Colombia and lived for many years in Venezuela. Hentze was raised in the Dominican Republic before moving to New York. The two have found a shared appreciation for Wellington. “In 2002, I met my husband, James, who at that time ran his company purchasing and rehabbing single and multi-family properties,” Hoffman recalled. “We married and moved here. We fell in love with Wellington and have been raising our family here for more than 10 years. The schools are great, and the equestrian venues are world-class. I love the parks and recreational activities, especially the past few years with all the major improvements to the community center, as well as the proximity to the beach, among many other things.” Hentze agreed. “My family chose to live in the Wellington area for the possibilities of investing as much as it is a great place to live,” she said. “Wellington has been growing, yet it is still an affordable place to live. Schools are good, and there are lots of activities and great restaurants.” Partnering at Heritage International has allowed these two professionals to utilize their strengths and achieve results that are personally gratifying, as well as being beneficial to those who retain their services.
(L-R) Monica Hoffman and Neolfi Hentze.
“Working as a team with Neolfi has been wonderful,” Hoffman said. “We can deliver a higher quality of service to our customers with twice the selling power. We are available to them seven days a week, and we are on top of every single detail of each transaction. Utilizing Heritage’s ‘Intelligent Marketing Strategies’ provides our clients a strategic service versus the shotgun approach to marketing properties with a combination of targeted digital marketing and social media.” Whether their clientele is many miles away or a stone’s throw from their office, Hoffman and Hentze believe that they can create the best situation possible for buyers, sellers or renters. “At Heritage International Realty, we go the extra mile to bring our customers and clients the information they need,” Hentze said. “We are tireless in our dedication to our customers; we never stop. As highly experienced, educated and motivated agents, we get the job done. As a team, we are more powerful, because we are combining two different backgrounds and experiences.” Heritage International Realty’s office is located at 4095 State Road 7, Suite U3, in the Marketplace at Wycliffe. For more information, call (561) 510-6840 or visit www.heritageinternationalrealty. com. wellington the magazine | march 2017 111
Published on Feb 25, 2017
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