For over 15 years Alyette managed her husband's construction business. She was involved in all aspects of the business – arranging permits, scheduling and attending meetings, dealing with suppliers. In 1995, when her husband became ill, Alyette decided to become a real estate agent, and found a new career which she enjoys greatly. The real estate business has served me well throughout the years, she says. Currently based in Saunders' Southampton office, Alyette works with Roxane Mosleh and Bobby Ginsberg, assisting them with all aspects of their business from paperwork to open houses.
I once read that ‘luck is preparation meeting opportunity,' says Alyette. I believe it applies to real estate as well as in life. I would love to have the opportunity to assist you with your real estate needs.
As an accommodation to the disabled, Saunders & Associates provides curbside access at its offices.
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