Yorleen Palmer Joins Monument Sotheby’s International Realty

Monument Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to announce that Yorleen Palmer has joined their team of esteemed real estate agents.

Yorleen grew up in Stamford Connecticut until she moved to Baltimore in 2011 to attain her BA in Hospitality Management at Morgan State University, where she met her husband. She became fascinated with the city, the diversity of the people, and the opportunities, and now resides in North Baltimore with her husband and their 3-year-old son.

In 2016, Yorleen became the Director of First Impressions at Keller Williams Excellence where she further sharpened her skills in customer relationship management through real estate transactions. Later she became the Executive Assistant to Effy Lamp. “As Effy’s executive assistant, I have learned how to manage the nuances of real estate transactions and the importance of building a strong relationship not just with my clients but with other key stakeholders in the real estate industry as well. I have also learned that being my clients strongest advocate is my #1 priority.”

“Her background in Hospitality has made her passionate about providing a fulfilling customer experience in all transactions which is the focus of everything she does,” says Kimberly Kepnes, Regional Vice President for Development.

Soon after, Effy and Yorleen transferred to Monument Sotheby’s International Realty at the Roland Park Office. Yorleen has since obtained her Real Estate License and is now pursuing her career as a real estate agent with The Effy Group.

“Coming from a multicultural background, I cherish living and working in a city where there is so much diversity and the opportunity to create better intercultural relationships in the real estate industry.”

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