Peter Sulzbach began his career in real estate more than 20 years ago in Goshen, N.Y., a community located 60 miles north of NYC in the scenic Hudson Valley. Fort Myers and Florida’s Gulf Coast were annual vacation destinations for Peter and his family for more than three decades until its scenic white sands and mild climate drew him south permanently.

As a Realtor in southern New York, Peter became a member of the Board of the Multiple Listing Service, and he served as its president in 1999. He served on the Board of the Orange County Association of Realtors, holding the post of president in 2004. He also served on the Assessment Review Board of Goshen, N.Y., and he has completed courses in residential appraisal as a part of his real estate background.

His client-focused approach helped him earn awards and recognitions including Realtor of the Year (2001) and induction into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame.

Prior to his career in real estate Peter worked in education as a Peace Corps volunteer in Malaysia, teacher at the secondary education level and as a Program Director at the Orange-Ulster Board of Cooperative Educational Services, a regional educational support service supporting teachers in 112 school buildings. While in education administration, he was appointed to the Hamptonburgh (N.Y.) Zoning Board of Appeals and also served as its chairman.

Today, serving residents, future residents and property owners of southwest Florida, Peter is a licensed Realtor and a Buyer Representative. He strives to bring his clients excellence in service and customized real estate search solutions. One former client testimonial states, “I appreciate the fact that you didn’t try to just “sell” us a home but you used a marketing approach. You learned what we were looking for and then you made it available to us.”