About Our Team
Eric Slifkin is the founder of The Eric Slifkin Real Estate Team, a group of licensed real estate professionals specializing in buyers relocating to the warmth of South Florida and its myriad neighborhoods, communities and subdivisions. The team conducts business mainly on the Treasure Coast, an area spanning Martin County, Saint Lucie County, and Palm Beach County.
Home buyers working with the Slifkin Team are assigned individual agents coupled with the backup and support of the entire team. This ensures buyers find the right fit of neighborhood, home, and lender to ensure a successful transaction.
Helping Out of Town Buyers
Eric built the team based on his own relocation experience with the knowledge that Florida neighborhoods and subdivisions can vary greatly from one another, which is often not readily apparent to an out of town buyer focused on a home search. The team helps clients to consider all aspects of Florida living and the Treasure Coast lifestyle, targeting each neighborhood’s features that speak to their wants and needs.
Team members guide their assigned clients through the selection process, making certain that the right criteria is considered while providing a high level customer service.”When working with this specific type of buyer, we are able to be the best at what we do to help our clients achieve their real estate goals” says Slifkin, who entered the real estate industry in 2003 after a successful career in Information Technology. His team approach to residential real estate has enabled him to provide an unsurpassed quality of service to his clients. Eric is a member of the National Association of Realtors, and the Florida Association of Realtors. He holds the coveted Certified Residential Specialist designation as well as Accredited Buyers Representative and other industry awards.
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