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Meet our Macedonian, Serbian, Croatian and Bulgarian Speaking Re/Max Real Estate Agent

January 05, 2017

Chris Sarievski is a Remax real estate agent who moved back to Macedonia with his family when he was 4 years old. Macedonian is his first language and English is his second. He has also learned to speak Serbian, Croatian and Bulgarian. Being one of the only Macedonian, Serbian, Croatian and Bulgarian speaking realtors in this area, has given Chris the opportunity to use his native tongues in his everyday work.

Chris Sarievski is a consistent top performing realtor in the Hamilton Burlington and Niagara real estate market, he goes the extra mile and works hard to achieve the results his clients deserve and expect from him!

His clientele consists of first time buyers that take comfort in knowing he will take the time necessary to help guide them through all of the steps of the home buying process and answer any questions that they will have and he strives to make this process as simple and enjoyable as can be.

Investors and sellers benefit from his years of experience in corporate sales and tenacious style and ultimately hire Chris to deliver superior results.

Chris is known for his no nonsense direct approach and will tell you the facts straight and and excels at negotiating the tough deals.

His personable and professional character allows Chris to build and maintain solid relationships which contributes to his business growing from repeat and referral clients. He is also available to serve many clients moving to the Hamilton area from various locations as he is also fluent in Macedonian, Serbian, Croatian and Bulgarian.

Thinking of buying or selling? Call Chris now

Office # 905-575-7700
Cell # 905-929-7471
Email chris@golfiteam.com

Website www.robgolfi.com

Languages Fluent in Macedonian, Serbian, Croatian and Bulgarian.

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