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801 20th place , Vero Beach - FL 32960

About Rebecca Durando

Rebecca Durando is a native Floridian. She has been a licensed REALTOR selling real estate in Vero Beach for over 14 years and has lived in Indian River County for over 27 years. Her extensive background in/knowledge of Vero Beach is a valuable asset which allows her to better serve the real estate needs of her clients. She takes great pride in ensuring that her clients’ experiences are memorable, positive, and personally rewarding. For this reason, she devotes her attention to a select number of clients at any given time so that she can focus on achieving the best possible outcomes for each client.
She believes that all transactions should be measured equally--and that all clients should receive the same amount of courtesy, respect, and professionalism. She is very well-versed in both the foreclosure and short-sale markets, and she also specialize in investment properties... Outside of work she enjoys traveling to the Caribbean, spending time with her four-legged friends Cozmo and Jack (her two Boxers), and sharing unforgettable moments with her husband, friends, and family. Rebecca looks forward to putting her experience to work for you.

Rebecca's Philosophy - Superior service is not my goal, but my standard of service excellence. My focus is on each client, as I bring them to a successful closing and my goal is to be their real estate professional for life!

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