Our New Bi Lingual Agent Marianna Lo Duca

Dated: 06/06/2018

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GIA Elite would like to welcome Marianna to the team! 


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YOUR Multilingual Real-Estate Consultant

Born in Italy, I have lived up and down the East Coast of the US and Also lived in South America

Having lived in Europe, the United States, and South America has giving me an understanding of many cultures and given me skills that make me flexible in any situation. I am familiar with US and global market conditions which helps me guide my clients in there purchase here in the US and abroad. My strengths include focus, persistence, and attention to details.

Besides real estate I have also worked in other related fields of construction and commodities that strengthen my knowledge, sales, and negotiation skills

Through these experiences I discovered my passion for working with people, especially helping people in their journey to purchase there largest investment which is real estate.

Being multilingual has given me the ability and tremendous reward in helping clients feel comfortable and confident and to experience their transactions in their own native language such as Italian, Spanish, English,and Comprehend Portuguese

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