FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Glenn Renzulli has joined William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty and will be based in the firm’s Fairfield-Southport brokerage.
Renzulli, who has been a Realtor in Connecticut since 1976, brings his real estate expertise and prestigious accomplishments to his role as a real estate sales professional.
“Glenn Renzulli is a very experienced and accomplished agent. He values courtesy, honesty and integrity, all of which he displays with his clients and co-workers,” said Brad Kimmelmen, brokerage manager of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty’s Fairfield-Southport Brokerage. “He focuses on all steps of the transaction, providing the client with the resourcefulness to bring it to a smooth, accurate and timely close. His goal is to provide excellent service to his client and meet all of their needs and their best interests. We welcome him to our team."
Renzulli is a native of Connecticut, was born and raised in Southport, and now lives on the Milford shore. After his graduation from Parsons College, he served in the U.S. Army for two years. He also has an extensive background serving the community in their real estate needs. He was a sales manager at Prudential Realty in Wilton for seven years, a vice president of sales at Coldwell Banker Commercial and a corporate real estate manager at Perkin-Elmer for 20 years.
While at Prudential Real Estate, Renzulli received many awards and recognitions. He was given the Prudential’s Award for Highest Profits for a Small Office in the United States, and Prudential’s Honor Circle Sales Recognition Awards. He was also a director/secretary of Mid-Fairfield County Association of Realtors for three years.
In addition to his real estate career, Renzulli has held various leadership roles in the community. He has led the food drives in Wilton for Manna House in South Norwalk and was on the Float Committee for the 350th Norwalk Anniversary Parade.
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