Steffi Freedman, Sales Associate

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Steffi Freedman
Steffi Freedman
sub/urbanfix...Get it or move on.

The transition between homes means ending one chapter in your life and entering a new one. Regardless of the reason, it can yield an abundance of stress – whether you're moving two blocks away or making the move from one lifestyle to another.  You’ll want to work with an agent who guides you through the process with respect, discretion, and insider knowledge. Look no further.

I grew up on the Main Line then headed to NYC. Upon moving back to Philadelphia over a decade ago, I found a city on the precipice of something truly amazing. The energy was electric! I lived in Rittenhouse Square, Washington Square, and Old City with my husband, but recently moved out to the ‘burbs because of my growing family and changing needs. It was a very difficult and personal decision, and it brought into sharp focus how I can help my clients’ experience by saving them time and setting realistic expectations.

I graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Communications and a passion for fitness. My career started in NYC in advertising and marketing at renowned places such as Conde Nast Publications and Clear Channel all the while leading fitness classes in various clubs. My entrepreneurial spirit was ignited when I moved back to Philly where I helped to open and run a Pilates studio. After a few years, I opened my own working with clients one-on-one and in group classes. In addition I was the co-executive director of Ladies Who Launch Philadelphia, a women’s entrepreneurial group, where I led coaching workshops and planned events connecting women business owners. I continue to teach private Pilates clients and was a freelance contributor to DailyWorth writing about real estate, motherhood, and more.

At BHHS Fox & Roach, my focus is on helping clients sell or buy homes in both the Center City and Main Line markets. If you, or someone you know, is looking to get their [sub]urban fix, please reach out to me directly or send them my way. It would be my pleasure to work with them.