Patty Da Silva is the owner and BROKER of Green Realty Properties. She is a listing specialist. Patty sells her listings for top dollar in the least amount of time by giving her sellers the best internet marketing for their home. Patty also has a network of buyer’s agents who are eager to show Patty’s listings. Patty and her team of 12 agents serve Southeast Florida-covering Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach counties.
Patty was appointed as a Director for the Broward Council of the Miami Association of Realtors in 2013 and reappointed for the 2014 term. The Miami Association of REALTORS is the largest Realtor Association in Florida (and in the Country) with more than 29,000 members.
Patty has also served as a Grievance Committee Member (2011 and 2012) and as a Governmental Affairs Committee Member (2012) in the South Broward Board of Realtors.
Patty has vast experience in the mortgage industry as she held a mortgage Broker’s License from 2004 to 2010 while originating mortgage loans for several lenders.
Patty believes that learning should be on going in every industry, especially in a industry that is constantly changing like Real Estate. Patty is proud to have earned the prestigious Designations and Certifications below:
GRI – GRI which stands for “Graduate REALTOR® Institute”, is a nationally recognized professional real estate designation that may only be earned after successfully completing a rigorous educational program that requires 92 hours of live course instruction from a statewide faculty. GRI is recognized nationwide as the standard for real estate professionalism and knowledge.
CDPE – Certified Distressed Property Expert – Patty has the training and the experience to understand the options and provide solutions for sellers in distress.
e-PRO – is a REALTOR who has successfully completed the e-PRO training program that teaches professionals the nuts and bolts of working with real estate on-line. The National Association of REALTORS reports that 90% of buyers start their home search on the internet. As a Listing Broker, Patty focuses her marketing on the internet with individualized web pages for her listings as well as posting and blogging listings.
AHWD – Real estate professionals who adapt to increasing cultural diversity in the market and who wisely plan to meet the needs of diverse clientele.
GREEN – NAR’s Green Designation is the only environmental real estate designation addressing multiple specialties. It is also the only green designation for agents recognized by the National Association of REALTORS . Patty completed the first Green Designation class in South Florida and hopes that the South Florida Market will embrace the GREEN movement.
CFS – Certified Foreclosure Specialist – Great knowledge needed to deal in the Bank Owned (REO) Field.
TRC – The Transnational Referral Certified (TRC) program certifies ICREA-affiliated brokers to make cross-border (international) client referrals. The ICREA website, WORLDPROPERTIES.com also provides information and tools to facilitate international real estate transactions and for creating and expanding a Broker’s network of professional contacts around the globe giving international exposure to listings.
RSPS – The Resort & Second-Home Property Specialist (RSPS) is recognized as an official NAR certification and allows buyers and sellers to have confidence in the ability of a REALTOR® who specializes in resort and second-homes to assist them with their search.
Patty is aware that every bit of information helps. So if you find reviews helpful, you may want to read her previous sellers/buyers’ reviews by clicking on our Review link: www.GreenRealtyReviews.com
Patty Da Silva has been interviewed by Bankrate.com and has been featured in articles that have been syndicated throughout the country such as FoxBusiness.com and Yahoo Finance. Patty has been invited to speak a national and local conventions and conferences.
Below please find recent articles featuring Patty Da Silva:
Avoid These 6 Errors With Your Open House | Bankrate.com
How to market your home to foreign buyers
5 ways to make your home offer stand out
Real estate trends for spring 2013: Homeowners, borrowers have upper hand