My clientele personally believes in the expertise that I provide, how I provide it and the enormous benefits they receive from it. My vision is to EMPOWER my clients by educating them of the process of selling/purchasing and maintaining their home. My purpose in “Real Estate” was discovered during a deployment in Iraq.

During my deployment many spouses had to single-handedly be responsible for maintaining their family and the “Honey Do List” for their home while we were away. These tasks can be very overwhelming for the family and the deployed Soldier. A Soldier shared how his wife didn’t know what to do when the furnace went out or how to use the snow blower when the snow fell.

I was a leader while serving in the military and now I’m striving to be a leader in the Real Estate industry. My goal is to continue to effectively help my clients with their real estate needs. I look forward to partnering with you in the future.

ABOUT YOUR AGENT DENISE SHERMAN

As your Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, I’m a member of the National Association of Realtors, New York State Association of Realtors, Greater Capital Association of Realtors, and Capital Region Multiple Listing Service.

MY MISSION TO BUILDING THE COMMUNITY

Autism Awareness – My passion stems from raising our son with autism. I’ve joined Parent to Parent of New York State as a Support Parent to help other families who are raising children with a disability.

Veteran Mentorship – After serving in the military I want to continue supporting our troops. I have the opportunity to partner with Saratoga County Veterans Peer to Peer Connection as a mentor to continue supporting our veterans.

 

“Control enthusiasm in the face of victories, large or small.” – Colin Powell

Colin Powell, believed this quote set the tone of his personal behavior as a leader. He would remember it through multiple deployments, when the highs and lows of combat required steady leadership. It taught him the concept that followers will take their cues from the leader and to maintain composure and cognition when things are going their way, and when they’re not.  As a retired officer, I’ve adapted these lessons in my real estate career.