Sujey Pichardo

Bilingual, Realtor
Licensed in Nebraska

Sujey Pichardo - Team Bober - Nebraska RealtySujey Pichardo is a second generation immigrant born and raised in New York City by Dominican parents. Sujey’s parents believed that living in the United States would help ensure a future filled with opportunities. “My parents left everything behind and worked very hard, labor intensive jobs to give me an opportunity to succeed. For them, it has all been worth it.” Sujey found her way to Omaha in search of a better quality of life. She is convinced Nebraska is the state with not only “The Good Life”, but The Best Life, and is proud to call Omaha home.

With a keen eye for trends, aesthetics and an entrepreneur’s vigor, Sujey obtained her degree in Fashion Merchandising from Bauder College in Atlanta, GA. She makes use of her fashion expertise when she volunteers her time at the Women’s Center for Advancement’s Career Clothing Boutique.

Sujey was able to channel and apply her entrepreneurial resolve and understanding of trends into the real estate industry. Buyers and Sellers can expect Sujey to provide education and advice through all phases of the buying or selling process. Sujey is known for her ability to listen and understand the diverse needs of her clients which allows her to focus on her client’s goals and exceed their expectations. Through hard work and meticulous attention to detail, she will not only earn your trust, but your respect as well.

The parallel between Sujey and Chris Bober’s core business and family values is what made joining Team Bober a no brainer. Team Bober represents excellence in client service, cohesive team structure, and strong foundational values – Attributes that Sujey holds in high regard.

“I pride myself on my ability to connect with people and remember the human component of the real estate business. This is what sets me apart from the rest. I feel immense gratification when I know I have represented myself, my team, my brokerage, and the industry in the best way I can.”

People define success in many ways, but Sujey has learned that it’s a matter of doing whatever it takes to achieve her goals despite the odds. “I’m very proud of where I came from and will never forget the sacrifices made for me to be here.”

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