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Miami's Hottest Brokers Day 4, Round 1: Antonelli vs. de la Rosa

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As our final day of nominees begins for Miami's Hottest Brokers, we have two lovely ladies:

Annie de la Rosa of Fortune International Realty

In his nomination letter, an admirer of Ms. de la Rosa declared her the winner immediately. Once we saw her picture, we completely understood where he was coming from. She's absolutely gorgeous. But alas we cannot give the title of Miami's Hottest Broker away. It just wouldn't be very democratic, even for a beauty contest. So, vote for Annie if you like, or not if you don't.

Q What's your best advice for buyers and renters?
A Work with someone you trust that has your best interest in mind. The minute you start thinking about yourself, in terms of a commission, or quick deal, you lose your focus.

Q What is the strangest / funniest thing that's ever happened to you as a broker?
A I had a client whose apartment was listed with me serenade the buyer & their broker with a guitar and a song as we walked into the showing.

Q What did you do before you became a broker? What happened with that?
A I was the executive assistant to a well known developer based out of Aventura.

Natalie Antonelli of ONE Sotheby's International Realty

Natalie is strong, confident, curvacious, beautiful, and bold, and knows she can win. But what do you think?

Q What's your best advice for buyers and renters?
A Buying a home can be a very emotional and stressful process. It is important for buyers to work with an agent who knows their specific needs right up front and is also extremely knowledgeable in the area in which they are looking for a home.

Q What is the strangest / funniest thing that's ever happened to you as a broker?
A Other than this:)....I actually (in the beginning of my career) had buyers I was working with and while at one home showing their little boy had disappeared. We could hear him but not see him, so after following the noise we discovered him in the master bath suite just as he "discovered" the bidet and tried to turn it in to his own personal shower/waterfall. It was so cute we were laughing hysterically. Thankfully we caught him before the water situation got totally out of control. They loved the home and ended up buying it. I always find it funny to listen to parents explain to their children what bidets are!

Q What did you do before you became a broker? What happened with that?
A Prior to working for Sotheby's I owned my own small brokerage but before becoming a Broker I worked as an executive assistant at a large law firm in the Boca Raton area.

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