Toronto Realtor Victoria Boscariol Earns
Certified International Property Specialist Designation (CIPS)
From The National Association of REALTORS®
Since 2015 Toronto Real Estate Agent Victoria Boscariol has held the designation of Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS), placing her in a elite group of only 2,500 real estate professionals from around the world who have this qualification. The designation is issued by the National Association of REALTORS® for completing extensive training devoted to learning international real estate practices and demonstrating considerable experience in international business.
Victoria has worked with buyers from around the world moving to Toronto from the United States, China, Russia, Brazil, India, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Cyprus, Italy, Germany, The United Kingdom and Australia.
By building an international marketing strategy for every property she puts up for sale, Victoria's listings of homes and luxury condominiums get global exposure and access to international real estate markets that attract qualified buyers from around the world.
A Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) is a global real estate professional who has achieved the specialized training and experience to complete international real estate transactions seamlessly and with reduced risk. The CIPS designation is synonymous with advanced expertise in marketing real estate internationally and distinct understanding of the global buyer.
The CIPS designation is the only International Designation recognized by the National Association of REALTORS®.
In any type of international real estate transaction - whether you are selling your home to an international buyer, or purchasing a home abroad - working with a Certified International Property Specialist is your best and most trusted resource for navigating the international real estate market.
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