Joseph Triano has an extensive background in photography and marketing and has partnered with many other agents on staging and photographing homes in the hundreds. He has a keen eye for presenting property in its best light and he also has a personality that is both easy going and trustworthy. Joe specializes in presenting many different types of property from commercial buildings to small co-ops to multi-family homes. He works well with both sellers and buyers, and works closely with other agents to foster the business relationships needed to provide the best service for his clients.
Joe treats his clients like lifelong friends and prides himself on the trust built on all of his deals. If honesty and integrity are things that are important to you when choosing an agent, then Joe is the right fit for you. He has a practical approach that truly helps in the hard decisions that come up whether you are buying or selling. He’s able to help his clients weigh out the pros and cons and make informed decisions. His clients know that he really wants what is best for them and he will work very hard to get it! No two deals are alike, because no two clients are alike, so Joe gets to know exactly what you want and then razor sharp focuses on that.
Bronx born, Joe understands it takes a relentless agent to stand apart from the many. There is no doubt in his client’s mind that he will get them to the closing table, with the best terms hand tailored for them, by Joe. He is an advocate for you, when so often big decisions go without professional advice, you won’t have to decide anything alone with Joe by your side!
A recent client had to say this: “You went above and beyond your responsibilities; I felt like I had someone watching for my best interest. It is great to have people like you helping all the way through such an overwhelming process.”
Keller Williams Realty Landmark Dinner Cruise 8/2/2019 and KW Realty Landmark Client Appreciation 11/13/2019.
Joseph Triano, Jessica Mileto, Aron Greenstein, Ora Greenstein, Joann Marcianti, Margaret Loughlin and Jim Caltrisi.