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Welcome to the MAX

Three cheers and a hidey-ho to Lynette Calabrese, who has joined the staff at RE/MAX Edge in Bensonhurst.

Standing O put out the mat for Lynette, a licensed real estate person since 2014. Since that time she has sharpened her home-selling skills on Staten Island, where she resides, and gained invaluable home sales experience.

Now at Edge, she will apply those skills and serve the residential and commercial market here and across the bridge.

“I highly respect the vision and work of my broker, Michael Napolitano. He knows the marketplace and is supportive of my position as a RE/MAX profession­al,” Lynette said.

Prior to entering real estate as a career, Lynette was a New York City public high school teacher for 15 years, earning a variety of mediation and conflict resolution certificates. She has shared her knowledge and experience to connect thousands of students, parents, school officials, and community members.

“I believe in the value of education and sharing market information, as well as aspects of the transaction process with my clients,” she explained.

Standing O wishes Lynette good luck in her future.

RE/MAX Edge [1812 Bath Ave. at Bay 19th Street in Bensonhurst, (718) 612–3088].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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