REALTOR® Agent Margot Castritius Joins Royal Shell Real Estate, Inc.
Posted by Michael Polly — December 13, 2011
Fort Myers, FL, - December 12, 2011 – Don DeLuca, Broker of Royal Shell Real Estate, has announced that Margot Castritius has joined Royal Shell Real Estate, Inc. Margot Castritius, was born and educated in Germany speaks fluent German and Spanish which has been a big asset to her as she is able to make all transactions for her international clients a smooth transition.
In 1991, she arrived in Fort Myers drawn by the beautiful weather, beaches and the Florida lifestyle to partner with Robb & Stucky Interiors. Margot had the opportunity to create elegant and warm living spaces from Marco Island to Captiva and through her designing ventures she became very familiar with the communities, neighborhoods and homes of Collier and Lee County.
After twenty plus years in interior design, Margot’s life finally slowed down enough for her to follow her dream of becoming a real estate professional. Margot is an incredibly warm, energetic and personable business woman with a genuine love for people that shines through her as she interacts with clients, friends and strangers. As her real estate career grows with Royal Shell Real Estate, her love for her profession and the area she works in continues to grow as well.
Now a long time resident of Fort Myers, Margot enjoys being outside taking advantage of our area’s gorgeous weather and beaches, traveling around the world and most important to her, she takes every opportunity to create loving memories with her son and granddaughter.
Margot’s office will be at the Fort Myers Royal Shell Real Estate office, located at 1870 Clayton Court, Fort Myers, FL 33907 next to the SAM’S Club plaza on the corner of US 41 and Boy Scout Drive. Margot can be reached at (239) 689-7653 or by email at Margot@RoyalShellSales.com.
The Royal Shell Group of Companies offers homeowners and investors all the conveniences necessary to get the most out of real estate ownership with offices in Bonita Springs, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Fort Myers, and Naples, Florida.