To be successful in real estate your clients needs need to come before yours.
Gaby Marroquin is originally from Stanford, CT and grew up in Chicago, IL moved to St. Louis in her teen years and graduated from McCluer North High School. Raised by a single Hispanic mother of 6 she knew that there were no obstacles to life and success as long as there was will power to succeed. At only 19 she was offered her first corporate job at SBM Management with no previous experience in the management field her confidence and strong commitment to learn were more than enough to convince headquarters that she was the correct candidate. Two years later she was offered a job at Prestige USA as Regional Manager having just turned 21, she was managing and overseeing several accounts in three different states with a count of over 150 employees. At Prestige USA she proved herself by demonstrating what dedication and strategic planning can accomplish when 35 of the accounts were undergoing major remodeling and she was the one in charge of these 35 accounts in a 6-month period something the company had never seen done before. Given the responsibility at such a young age in the trade it was her drive to learn and the trust of those who believed in her that she was able to step foot in the corporate industry.
Gaby currently forms a part Remax Comfort as a Licensed Real Estate Agent, where she has put to use her good cross cultural communication skills along with her passion for helping others. As a Realtor she helps and enjoys to see many families make their home owning dream become a reality. Gaby is a licensed Realtor and Certified Financing Specialist that has been working in the real estate industry over the last 7 years. She is currently working to increase her knowledge in leadership and business administration at her current position in hopes to apply these to her own business.
Being brought up in a Spanish-speaking household she knows the importance of keeping your native language, values and making sure it transcends to the following generations.