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Welcome To The DiMare Group
The DiMare Group, powered by Keller Williams is a leader in luxury real estate representing our clients in the sale, purchase and management of some of the world’s most beautiful homes. “When we were creating The DiMare Group our goal was to build a luxury concierge service where our clients real estate, construction and investment needs could be met in one place by an award-winning team focused on exceptional service and results. That’s how we continue to grow today.” - Marissa DiMare
Our buyers have access to the most incredible properties through our extensive network of sellers and agents. Our seller’s receive a custom marketing plan to strategically market to ensure that we market each home for its unique features matching the perfect buyer with the seller in order to generate the highest return on investment. Our team diligently works together everyday to leverage our resources and experience in order to deliver top notch service and outstanding results.Learn More
This is my second purchase with Marissa and she like always makes the process so enjoyable. Her expertise and attention to detail throughout the entire process are seamless!! Thanks Marissa!!
We used Marissa to sell our house in NJ because my husband was being relocated out of state. It was important for us to sell fast so myself and the kids were not stuck in a different state then my husband for too long. Marissa’s marketing skills had several buyers viewing per week and we sold the house within 3 weeks of being on the market.Kerri, Past Client
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