Frederick Torres was born in Brooklyn, New York, and was two years old when his family moved to the Lower East Side of Manhattan, where he was raised and grew to appreciate the culture and infrastructure of the city. His family then moved to a more suburban neighborhood in Queens the summer before he began high school at Benjamin N. Cardozo in Bayside; this area brought him a new appreciation for the community. Expanding his perspectives and exposures to different environments led him to study for his baccalaureate in Upstate New York.
Frederick is a 2019 graduate of SUNY Oswego where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcasting and Mass Communications; this gives him a unique set of problem-solving and analytical abilities needed to be resourceful and effective in the housing market and negotiations.
Frederick believes that the greatest salesperson doesn't just sell their product or service; they sell themselves. A great salesperson understands who they are selling to. They anticipate their client's needs and do whatever it takes to meet them. They offer something of value, underpromise, and overdeliver. Both the buyer and seller should walk away feeling good about the transaction. If you handle a sale professionally and with integrity, you'll earn more than money; you will gain trust and make enduring/impactful friendships.