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No matter what the request or the size of the commission, Michele gives his full attention and dedication to every client and every deal he's involved in. "My clients' interests come first," he says. "Being in a service business as important as real estate means treating those I represent with respect, courtesy and fairness. That goes a long way when it comes to building trust, relationships, and referrals."
When a real estate need arises, Michele believes, client and broker must act as a team. "Communication, collaboration and transparency are vital to the good outcome of any transaction." Michele's goal is to not only ensure a positive outcome, but the best real estate experience possible. Sometimes this involves creative thinking, and presenting clients with alternative solutions they might not have considered which are more in line with their needs.
Originally from Rome, Italy, Michele holds a Law degree from the University of Rome and an MBA in Marketing from St. John's University in New York. Prior to entering real estate, he worked as a legal advisor for Fendi in Rome orchestrating multi-million-dollar deals, and as a licensing and legal manager for a licensing company in London. Michele's legal and marketing background fuel his effectiveness as a savvy negotiator, marketer, and client service advocate.
Happily residing in New York since 2007, Michele has delved into learning about the city's diversity of neighborhoods and what they have to offer, from uptown to FiDi in Manhattan to prime areas of Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island City, where he currently lives. When not busy showing clients around the city and finding them great homes, Michele enjoys traveling, photography, workouts at the gym, sports like snowboarding and beach volleyball, and eating good food. He has completed the Aquaphor NYC triathlon in NYC in July 2012 as a member of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Team In Training, raising money to find a cure. To those diseases.