Meet Randy Selzer
Randy Selzer is an award-winning Mississauga Real Estate Agent with substantial experience in the property market of Mississauga, Oakville, and the Greater Toronto Area. Randy has been a full time residential real estate sales representative, working in the GTA since 1993. Randy was born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan, and moved to the Toronto area in 1976. He has lived in Toronto, Mississauga, and Oakville. Randy specializes in residential real estate.
Randy's goal and mission is to provide the absolute best, leading-edge service to his clients, whether they are buyers or sellers, using the most cutting edge and effective marketing, while maintaining an unwavering commitment to Best Practice in Real Estate.
Fundamentally my business practice is about Creating a WOW experience for everyone.
I strive to give my customers a world class WOW experience in every interaction they have with my organization. However I don't limit the WOW Concept just to my customers I apply it to all aspects of my business, to my interactions with other agents, and with the communities in which I serve.
I am also committed to working to the highest ethical and business standards which is what makes me unique in the market place.
Underpinning my thinking and these principles are my core values which mean I am: Committed - Passionate - Professional - Straightforward and Original. These commitments and the responsibilities they entail are summarized here.
WOW for MY CUSTOMERS
My primary responsibility is to those who use my products and services. My team and I are committed to providing world class quality of service with passion, originality and professionalism, providing great value for money at fair prices and honest transactions.
WOW for MY COMMUNITY
As a Mississauga real estate agent of long standing, I am committed to being a responsible corporate citizen of the worldwide communities in which I conduct my business. My real estate team and I will abide by all national and local laws, and we will strive to improve the well-being of our communities through the participation in civic affairs.
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