Michael DiGaetano's passion for unprecedented client service coupled with an expert knowledge of buying and selling real estate have helped him build a reputation as an invaluable ally when closing a deal. He is a high energy, results-driven achiever, with a genuine passion for the real estate industry and does not stop moving until his client's needs are exceeded.
After spending the first half of his life in the South Bay Area and the second half to date in the Central Valley, Michael has a vast knowledge of a wide market area and is available to consult for any type of real estate need in that region. And after building a lifetime worth of relationships, it isn't hard to find a solid recommendation for him.
Throughout his career, he has always kept his mission simple: to help clients and friends make the journey of buying or selling a home as enjoyable as possible, and to be their agent long after the deal is closed. His gift of intimate knowledge about both the city of Manteca, as well as property values, have helped Michael establish himself as a well-respected agent with a long list of satisfied clients. Michael's belief is that buying and selling property should be fun as well as rewarding, and he is there to make sure that is the case with each client.
His depth of experience in the real estate industry is hard to match, as well as his ability at clear communication and fair, yet aggressive negotiation. His standard of excellence has led to a growing list of satisfied clients and he remains fiercely focused on completing honest, fair deals for all parties involved.
Whether clients are seeking their first property or simply looking to downsize after the kids have moved out, Michael can help. There are few things he enjoys more than conducting thorough research and giving clients a look at the inside track of wherever they are looking to invest in their next property.
When he's not spending time with clients, Michael enjoys being active and volunteering in his local community. He holds a bachelor's degree in business from Eastern Michigan University.