Christian Whittemore - REALTOR®
Christian began his real estate career in Hoboken, NJ, in 2004. After attending Seton Hall University with the intention of becoming a sports agent, Christian decided to shift his focus and follow his passion. Christian was always fascinated by the housing market and the thought of helping people find their dream home. Due to his daughter’s severe, cold-temperature induced asthma, Christian and his wife, Rosario, decided to move to Lake Nona with their three children in 2010.
To this day, Christian continues to approach real estate with the same care and passion that drove him to real estate in 2004. Each and every person Christian helps feels this care and passion. One of Christian’s long-time friend’s and client’s, Brian McGuire, states “From Day One, we felt how much Christian loved his job and how much he cared for what we needed. Everything Christian does is with our best interests in mind. He has always treated us like family.....and he’s really good at his job”. This embodies Christian’s approach to real estate. Christian treats every buyer and seller he represents as though he is representing his own family. “How would I want my parents, brothers and sisters, aunts, uncles, cousins or best friends treated and represented”?, Christian asks. That is exactly how he treats every single person he works with. “I don’t look at this business as just building a client base. It’s so much more than that. I’m making life-long friends and I take incredible pride in that”!
Christian is also extremely proud of his family’s involvement in local charities. The Whittemores volunteer at both Ronald McDonald House Charities, located next to Nemours Children’s Hospital in Lake Nona, and Canine Companions for Independence, located in the Clarcona/Ocoee section of Orlando. Ronald McDonald House Charities provides, at no cost, a home away from home for families with children receiving treatment at hospitals and medical facilities in Orlando. Canine Companions for Independence, at no cost to the recipient, places assistance dogs with children, adults and veterans with disabilities, as well as with professionals working in visitation, healthcare and education settings.