Having lived in and worked in many cities in many parts of the world, Antoinette Baransi brings the ability to understand and appreciate cultural differences to her work as a Realtor with the Plano office of Virginia Cook, Realtors.
"Our vision at Virginia Cook, Realtors takes a global perspective of the real estate business," says Virginia Cook, founding partner of the rapidly growing real estate company. "Antoinette embodies our drive to provide educated, sensitive and respectful service to all cultures and nationalities."
Antoinette has a proven history of fostering strong relationships through her excellent communication and negotiating skills. This expertise has helped Antoinette build a base of loyal real estate customers and clients in the Collin County area.
"It has been easy to connect with others regardless of the differences in background and culture that may exist," says Antoinette. "There is such joy in helping other people achieve their personal goals."
Antoinette holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Lawrence Technology University in Southfield, Michigan, and worked as a paralegal in Israel's district court system.
"I take great pride in now being a part of Virginia Cook, Realtors," says Antoinette. "The brand name represents such quality, vision and leadership."
Plano residents since 1993, Antoinette and her husband, Ramzi, have been active in their community. Mr. Baransi has been associated with Mercedes Benz since 1981 and has managed Park Place Mercedes in Oak Lawn/Highland Park for the past eight years. Antoinette has been an active volunteer with the Boy Scouts and the Plano school system. She is also a Crime Watch and social events coordinator for her neighborhood, and has been chairman of education for her investment club. Antoinette is a past member of the Junior League in Lubbock, Texas, and was a volunteer for a local nursing home in Israel. The Baransi's have two high school age sons