Luxury lifestyle agent and notorious self-made real estate phenome, Michael Ferraro has quite the story to tell. Michael Ferraro started as an All-American football player and a 4x All-American swimmer. He took his talents to become a National team swim coach and coach numerous national champions and Olympic trial qualifiers.
He was able to accomplish all of this and he was the never the biggest, the strongest or the best. Still what Michael Ferraro was, was the hardest worker. A mindset instilled in him from years of athletics and a father who was a collegiate and high school football coach for many years all played a part in making him the person he is today. As a coach, Michael was a huge success winning many coach of the year awards in just his very first and second seasons. Michael met his wife, Becky, a 7x NCAA National Champion Collegiate gymnastics coach and they had their first son Anthony.
That’s when everything changed in Michael’s life. He realized that life was now about providing for his family and that’s when he chose to get his real estate license. Never knowing anyone with affluence and never coming from anything other than a middle class family, he chose to change his career and left a salary position to pursue his real estate career. He named himself the Luxury Lifestyle Agent and within 3 month in the business, he accumulated 25 million dollars in listings.
He created Executive Real Estate Premiere Properties and is the listing and selling agent of some of the most luxurious and high end properties in the U.S and he is only getting started. Now in the business for 2 years and 32 years old, he continues the push for success as he grows his business and his media career bigger and bigger.
Michael is truly a motivational person to meet and hear his story. When you hear Michael speak, one thing is very apparent: you WILL be Motivated and you WILL be Changed. Michael never says never and truly sends the message to believe you can accomplish anything you set forth to do. It’s an aggressive positivity to impact how you see life.