Real Estate Salesperson
A dedicated real estate professional with more than 20 years of real estate experience. Joe has been pushing the boundaries of what is possible in Pittsburgh real estate since 2012. In 2020 his team sold 310 transactions for 82 million dollars. It was also his best year to date, with $27 million in personal closings. Joe was born and raised in Pittsburgh but got his real estate start in Phoenix and Scottsdale Arizona.
Joe's real estate expertise includes a breadth and depth of experience with new construction, move-up buyers, high-end homes, first-time home buyers, and investment properties, making him the go-to guy for buyers with diverse needs. Additionally, he’s well-versed in the latest technology, which means his clients enjoy fast, effortless transactions. Ultimately, he seeks to deliver the kind of experience that makes clients refer friends and family, which appears to be working as 82 percent of his 2022 transactions came from repeat or referral business.
While Joe loves helping local friends buy and sell, he also enjoys working with buyers who are relocating to the area – mostly because it allows him to share the city he loves with folks from coast-to-coast and everywhere in between. He has helped buyers from as far away as Beijing make Pittsburgh their home. Thriving on the challenge of finding people a home they’ll love, he knows the right neighborhood is every bit as important as the right property. As such, his first meeting with buyers often involves acquainting them with the area, schools, and even where to find the best pizza! Willing to go to great lengths to find the right fit, he has even been known to coordinate private tours of schools for his clients. His love for supporting locally owned business is something you always hear him talking about. He has been an active Make A Wish volunteer for the past 11 years. An avid sports fan but most importantly he loves watching and coaching his two boys, Maddox and Beckett on the baseball diamond. He resides with his wife Danielle and two boys in Mt Lebanon in the South Hills of Pittsburgh.