Julie began her real estate career at the age of 18 after graduating from East Windsor High School. She was hired by Wallace-Tustin Realty to implement a marketing program and assist around the office. After a few months of employment, she decided real estate was the career for her. While on summer breaks from college, Julie sold multiple homes in Hartford County. Her senior year of college she broadened her real estate perspective by interning at MG Commercial, a commercial real estate firm in Providence, RI.
After graduating from Bryant University, she decided to follow her passion and continue her career in real estate. She obtained the GRI designation in 2007. In addition, she has completed Appraisal 1 and the At Home With Diversity Courses. Spring 2008 she obtained her CT real estate broker's license. January 2011 Julie was named partner and the company changed it's name to Wallace Tustin Tetreault Realty. During the summer months, she also works for the family business, Sea Breeze Properties, renting her family's vacation homes in Narragansett, RI. In her free time she enjoys going to the beach, playing soccer, snowboarding and baking Italian treats!
Call Julie for friendly, professional service. In 2009 she received the Most Real Estate Transactions award. On average her buyer clients save over 7% off the list price of the homes they purchased. Her seller clients, on average, received 99% of their asking price.
Real Estate Education
Licensed Connecticut Real Estate Broker
GRI Designation (Graduate Realtor's Institute)
The GRI designation indicates a commitment to provide a high level of professional service to my clients by securing a strong educational foundation. Completing the designation required 96 hours of classroom instruction plus passing six exams. Subjects covered included marketing, contract law, technology, professional standards, and finance.
At Home With Diversity Designation
At Home with Diversity" equips real estate professionals with the tools to expand home ownership opportunities for the growing number of multicultural buyers entering the housing market. The course has two major goals: to heighten the awareness of and sensitivity to the social and cultural constituencies of local real estate markets; and to provide practical skills and tools to increase the professional's effectiveness in servicing all social groups.
Tom Hopkins Sales Training
Real Estate Sales
Full-time Realtor at Wallace Tustin Tetreault Realty since 2004
Representing Buyers and Sellers in Hartford and Tolland County
First Time Home Buyer Specialist
Experienced with Investors/House Flippers and New Construction
2009 Most Real Estate Transactions, Wallace Tustin Tetreault Realty
2010 Technology Award, Wallace Tustin Tetreault Realty
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 CT Magazine's Five Star Realtor Award