SENADA ADZEM

The executive director of luxury sales at Douglas Elliman, and brand ambassador for ALINA Residences Boca Raton, is one of the most trusted, valued and established names when it comes to luxury real estate in South Florida and beyond.

It’s no wonder that ultra-high-net-worth clients from all over the world—Fortune 500 executives, sports owners, celebrities, government officials, and countless individuals of wealth and influence—turn to Senada for their detailed and often complex multimillion-dollar residential needs.

That’s because the Senada name holds meaning far beyond the media renown she’s gained from countless appearances on CNBC, Fox Business News, MSNBC and Bloomberg Television.

It’s a name that represents concierge-level service. Integrity. Around the clock availability. Innovative marketing strategies. Unparalleled media connections. Discretion at the highest levels for discerning clients. Most importantly, it’s a name associated with results.

Not only has Senada personally generated more than $1 billion in career sales, she’s also produced consistent profit gains for her exclusive clientele. In addition, Senada’s thoughtful, strategic and comprehensive understanding of the luxury real estate market has been an invaluable resource for developers seeking to hit all the right high-end notes with their residential projects. That’s why the ALINA team called on Senada as a special consultant as the dramatic downtown high-rise adventure came to life.

See for yourself why one name, above all others, rings true in the world of ultra-luxury real estate.

about-edward

Edward Pitlake

Expertise, professionalism, and results - that’s how you describe Edward Pitlake! A specialist in the luxury residential market, and an expert in new developments.

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