Michelle Berkland Shulman is a full service residential real estate agent with the Charles Reinhart Company working with both buyers and sellers in Washtenaw, Livingston, and Wayne Counties. She specializes in residential/condominium sales. She frequently assists with the purchase or sale of income properties and with clients who are relocating to or from the area.
Her focus on the customer is what sets her apart from the rest. “No matter if I’m working for a Buyer or Seller, what is most important to them is what is most important to me. We are a Team throughout the process of buying or selling their home.” Michelle gets your questions answered and is results driven. She has an exemplary reputation for helping her clients make well-informed decisions throughout the home buying/selling process.
Her strong work ethic and focus on the client has placed her in the top 5% of more than 1 million Realtors across the nation. Her first year as an agent, Michelle was Rookie of the Year (an award for outstanding performance) for the Charles Reinhart Company and Real Estate One. She is honored to be a member of the Charles Reinhart Company President’s Club for excellence as a top producer within the company.
Michelle has an extensive (more than 25 year) background in public relations and marketing. She was Manager of Public Relations and Special Events for Hudson’s/Marshall Field’s in Michigan and the Director of Communications for Village Green Properties. She is very involved in the local community and has served on committees and boards for the Junior League of Ann Arbor, the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, Habitat for Humanity, Arbor Hospice and Ele’s Place. Her combination of real estate, marketing and business savvy help her meet the real estate needs of her clients on a day to day basis.
Michelle’s focus is to provide her client’s with customer service and results that meet or exceed their expectations. She is currently accepting clients and would welcome the opportunity to work with you and help you with your real estate needs.