Real Estate Agent

Carmen Di Biase is a Licensed New York State Associate Real Estate Broker specializing in helping clients buy and sell residential real estate in Rockland and Westchester County.  Carmen began her real estate career in Brooklyn over 2 decades ago and is dedicated to providing her clients with an unsurpassed level of personalized service and care

 

Carmen has built her reputation on her ability to define the needs that are unique to each client. Carmen prides herself on keeping her clients exceptionally well informed during the home selling or buying process. Her clients appreciate her work ethic, patience, sense of humor, and caring attitude.  Carmen’s colleagues value her honesty, integrity, and ability to bring a transaction to a close. 

 

Carmen is also a New York State Licensed Real Estate Trainer and a CHMS certified home marketing specialist, and has GRI and SFR designations; Graduate Realtor Institute, and Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource. She is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® and former Director of the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service. Carmen specializes in Senior Transactions - a comprehensive package of services designed to specifically meet the needs of older citizens and their families. Carmen is also adept at staging homes and enjoys working with 1st time home buyers

 

Through her affiliation with Christie's International Real Estate, Carmen is able to leverage the strength of Christie's unparalleled corporate marketing resources and superior customer service programs to assist and support clients throughout the entire real estate process.

 

In her spare time Carmen enjoys staying active in Rockland County committees, as a current member of the Rockland Riverfront Communities Council, Past President of The Greater Haverstraw Chamber of Commerce and Former Director of Habitat for Humanity, Rockland. Carmen has a keen interest in land use and is a graduate of Pace University's Land Use Leadership Alliance program. She is also a graduate of the Leadership Rockland Program, Class of 2011

Carmen Di Biase works in New City which has a population of 31,140. New City has a household income of $94,838. The educational attainment of residents of New City includes 74.2% of adults who have at least a college degree.
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