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12008 S Shore Blvd Ste 201 , Wellington - FL 33414

About Maria Gionta

My name is Maria Gionta and I am a Real Estate Professional in the beautiful city of Wellington, Florida. Originally from Rochester, New York , I have lived in Florida since 1988 and along with my husband Don of thirty years have raised our wonderful four children. We enjoy spending time with family and friends in our community,the terrific weather and the many outdoor activities available to us, and have a great love of animals.Having a background in carpentry for the last twenty years, I have always been fascinated by homes and architecture so a career in real estate was a perfect choice.

Although only two years in the business, I feel humbled and fortunate to say that I am a top producing agent in my marketplace! In my practice of real estate as well as in life in general ,I believe in constant communication and always having a pleasant attitude ensuring a positive experience for all parties in a transaction including buyers,sellers,and cooperating agents.It is priority to me to put others first and do what it takes to successfully close a transaction making the entire process seamless. After all, I'm not number one,...YOU are!

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