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Last Updated: 03/01/2018 9:14 am
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"I like communicating with people and helping them achieve something that is theirs," says Bronté Uccellini of Berkshire Hathaway Real Estate. "I thought real estate might be a good way to do what I love and build on it." The lifelong Red Hook resident got her real estate license in 2016 and has been steadily building her clientele over the past two years out of Berkshire Hathaway's Rhinebeck office. What she lacks in institutional experience, Uccellini makes up for with millennial marketing savvy, attentive service, and local intel. "You have to know when and where and who. I'm good at paying attention to clients and what they need and keeping track of all the details that can get missed," she says. Uccellini often stays in touch with clients after closing, checking in to see how things are going, giving restaurant recommendations, and suggesting outings for newcomers to the area. "Seeing people happy is my goal," she says. Uccellini encourages young potential buyers to reach out with questions about the purchasing process or the financial feasibility of buying. "I tell people not to be intimidated. That's what we are here for," she says. "Even if I don't have 30 years' experience, I'm relatable and I want to help."


The original print version of this article was titled:
"Art of Business: Berkshire Hathaway Bronté Uccellini"

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