Los Gatos, CA, August 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- A Pertria employee since February 2010, Gabriele Chesser is not only committed to his new career path but also to Pertria. Passing the California Real Estate Broker’s Exam and obtaining a license is no easy task. It involves passing eight high-level real estate courses and requires two full years of experience as a licensed salesperson and/or a Bachelor of the Arts degree.
Chesser attended San Jose State University where he studied International Business. During his time as a Spartan, Gabe paid his tuition and developed his business skills working in the banking industry. After graduating from SJSU in December 2010 he quickly shifted gears and began his internship at Pertria, a real estate investment firm.
Before obtaining his Broker license Gabe’s internship at Pertria focused nearly exclusively on short sales and distressed property transactions. Chesser says of his new role at Pertria, “I will be working with clients throughout the entire process of investment acquisition, disposition, and management in order to achieve their financial goals.”
Chesser’s experience and accomplishment has left him feeling humbled and confident. “I am excited to have the opportunity to contribute to the long-term success of our clients and certainly would not be where I am today without the broad exposure and comprehensive education I have received at Pertria.”
In 2004 Pastorino founded Pertria, a firm representing residential and commercial real estate sales, investment analysis and property management strategically aligned with like-minded financial professionals including certified financial planners, tax advisors, insurance specialists and specialized legal counsel collectively providing clients with well-grounded strategies focused on maximizing opportunities and mitigating risk.
Firm Facts: Licensed real estate brokers who have passed the Series 65 exam; Experienced in charitable remainder trusts; IRC§ 121, REO and short sales; divorce; probate and relocation; reverse exchanges, and IRC§1031-1033; Real property management portfolio exceeds $202 million in value; Real property management portfolio rent revenues of $9.2 million annually; Integration of technology providing increased capacity to efficiently process client; financial reporting and resident management; Establishment of rigorous 26 week Real Estate Investment Advisory education course featuring speakers from disciplines ranging from Legal Counsel, Financial Services, Insurance, Commercial, Exchange Coordinators, TIC, Trusts, IRA.
For more information on Pertria and Helen Pastorino, please visit www.pertria.com.