Selen Arditi is a real estate professional with a diverse entrepreneurial background in fashion design, sales, marketing, and business development. Cultivating this extensive experience, Selen has channeled her talents to bring a strategic yet personable approach to the home buying and selling process. Drawing from years of exceptional client relations, Selen has built a reputation for professional customer care and proven ability to obtain the best value for her clients.
Selen was born in Turkey and later moved to Boston, where she began her career as an on-air reporter for WHDH NBC Channel 7 Boston. After much success, she decided to focus her creativity into a career in fashion. Selen went on to successfully run her own luxury women’s wear collection. She relocated to Miami where she continued her fashion career and collaborated with respected local designers, overseeing sales and marketing initiatives across markets from New York to Los Angeles and overseas.
With her background in sales and experience working with a high-profile clientele, Selen decided to embark on a career in real estate. As an expert in fashion and avid world traveler, Selen has mastered the skills of ingenuity, persistence, and communication. She belongs to a family of seasoned real estate experts, who have developed numerous significant properties throughout South Florida, New York, Washington DC and various international cities. Being immersed in the real estate development world has provided Selen with exceptional knowledge of global markets, making her an unequivocal go-to resource for her clients.
When not assisting clients or previewing properties throughout South Florida, Selen spends her free time golfing, skiing, pursuing her love for culinary, and has a passion for wine. Selen holds the WSET Level 4 Award in Wines and plans to continue her education in this field. Selen is fluent in English, Turkish, and conversational Spanish.
“My advice to women seeking advancement is to keep aspiring to be better. Pay attention to opportunities even if you’re concerned there are others in the ring. It will make you stronger, better at negotiating. Go up the ladder. Each step teaches how to handle increasing responsibilities and stress”… Read The Full Story at Authority Magazine