Itzel Machado
973-821-3087973-821-3087
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NYC Closing Agents Realty & Century 21 Central Realty (NJ)

Itzel Machado has earned a reputation for being knowledgeable, easy to work with and capable of getting the job done for her discerning clients.

Fluent in English, Portuguese & Spanish, Itzel understands her clients' sometimes nuanced needs while guiding them toward successful investments and real estate development. Her commitment to finding the best available properties for her clients, every time, make her a sought after buyer and sellers agent. She will meet and exceed her clients' expectations.

Whether you are looking for someone to market your property or you are looking for that perfect investment to round out your portfolio, Itzel uses her expert negotiation skills to get you your full asking price or that great bargain.

Itzel is a published author of several children's books as well as a real estate book. Her published titles include, "Easy Steps to Buy a House", "Mr. Germ", "Gotti, A Little Giant", "The Little Fibber", and "Something in the Dark."

If you are looking for a representative with a thorough understanding of the principles of successful real estate investments, ☎CONTACT Itzel Machado at nycbroker@outlook.com



 

NYC Closing Agents Realty & Century 21 Central Realty (NJ) 9737607850 nycbroker@outlook.com
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