Finding or selling a home involves one's emotions as well as finances, which makes choosing the right real estate professional especially important to the process. Victor M. Polce combines integrity, dedication, local and global market expertise and financial savvy to cover all angles for his cleintele, thereby facilitating the best possible outcomes.
Born in Brooklyn, Victor attended The Loyola School in New York, received a B.A. from Franklin and Marshall College in Government and French, and a Master's Degree in International Finance from Columbia University. Victor served the Borough of Old Tappan as their Mayor for 16 years, a position that he retired from on January 1, 2016.
Victor spent over twenty five years on Wall Street, in global financial leadership positions, having acquired a huge New York City database of friends and clients in the private equity, venture capital, investment banking and hedge fund universe. These contacts are instrumental in helping his clients find the right buyer for their home. Victor markets primarily into New York City, the boroughs and Westchester County as statistics show that the buyer for one's home will not come from a 10 mile radius of it, but rather from New York City, and globally. This thought process is what sets Victor apart from other agents.
Asked why someone would select him over others, Victor replied: "My knowledge and understanding of a real estate transaction will immediately put a client at ease. This, coupled with a calm demeanor shows that the client's interests, their family's interest, is the most important goal of the process. My clients will always feel that they have a professional representing and supporting them throughout the entire process."
Victor is currently the Director of Business Development for The Distinctive Colllection, which is the Luxury brand segment for Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty. Finally, Victor is licensed as a real estate broker in both New Jersey and New York and is currently working on getting his real estate license in Connecticut.