Louis Savinetti IV credits RE/MAX branding, team and training
By Camille Wilson
For Louis Savinetti IV, there is nothing more rewarding than building something. Not only is he a regular volunteer for Habitat for Humanity, he’s personally remodeing his 1911 bungalow.
With confidence and a well-structured team approach, Savinetti is also building a successful real estate career at RE/MAX Dynamic in Tampa, Florida.
Just four years into his real estate career, the senior listing agent on the Duncan Duo Team credits the RE/MAX branding, training and support system for his success. This team approach, he says, has afforded him the focus needed to build strong relationships with clients and sell homes rather than being spread too thin by a myriad of other tasks.
“My assistants, transaction manager and photographers are all amazing, and this team allows me to stay focused on negotiating the best sales for our clients,” Savinetti says. Last year he was named one of the National Association of Realtors’ “30 under 30” – 30 real estate professionals under the age of 30 recognized for their skill, success, creativity and leadership.
“I still wear a suit and tie to all my appointments to be sure I’m seen as a professional who is there to do a good job,” Savinetti says. “It also helps me overcome the age thing.”
…this team allows me to stay focused on negotiating the best sales for our clients. Louis Savinetti, IV
At just 29, Savinetti completed 60 individual transaction sides in 2016 and enjoys passing on what he has learned by helping train new agents in his office.
At the recent Florida RealtorsⓇ Convention and Trade Expo, Savinetti was a panelist for a “Legends and Millennials” discussion where he shared insights and perspectives on the industry, including how young agents are reshaping ideas for conducting business.
“RE/MAX University and some of our in-house tools really helped get my feet on the ground when I first started, so I really enjoy being able to pass along those lessons learned as well as some new ideas that work,” says Savinetti.