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Super Agent Carlos Bravo breaks new records in Spruce Creek Fly-In Sales

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SPRUCE CREEK FLY-IN - Karlhaus Realty reported that Spruce Creek's Super Agent Carlos Bravo attained a new historical record of multi-million dollar transactions with the sale of several Hangar Homes, Nature Homes and Condo Homes at the fly-in - all within the same week!. The new happy owners have made Spruce Creek Fly-In their home and look forward to settling in the world's most famous residential airpark. Carlos recently had attained number one ranking in sold residential transactions in the whole area's Realtor® Board, comprised of over 1,300 real estate professionals. When asked how he accomplishes such feats, especially considering we are in a severe economic depression and given the fact that a large number of local agents are unable to make any sales at all, Bravo said: "It really is not that hard, after 30 years of real-world professional marketing and negotiating experience coupled with Karlhaus' three priorities in business: Our Clients, Our Clients, Our Clients."

In addition being a sought after corporate advisor in Boards of public companies, Bravo's other businesses encompass Real Estate Development, Investments and Information Technology but the Realty side has always had a special part in his heart. He indicates that he draws the most personal pleasure at making an advantageous deal happen to his clients. He chuckles at the nickname he was given by his competitors: "The Shark".

"We take it as a compliment" he says. Bravo adds that "No one works harder and more effectively than Karlhaus, and the results speak for themselves." "On the marketing side, our internet technologies alone are generations ahead of the competition, our properties are marketed on a global basis utilizing proprietary complex algorithms and syndication techniques never seen before in this business". "and when those customers call, say from Europe or South America, we usually can speak in their native language - how cool is that!"

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