Member of Gavriani-Falcone Team

As a native Brazilian, Atalita moved to New York at a young age and has always had a true passion for real estate. Hailing from an international real estate family, it was her main priority and focus to deliver nothing but the best in terms of integrity, loyalty and market knowledge to her clients.

Upon her arrival to New York, Atalita instantly was enamored by the amazing architecture, diversity and the energy that the Big Apple has to offer. For the past several years, Atalita has developed a vast network of clientele throughout the world allowing her to utilize her detailed knowledge and expertise of the real estate market. With her strong connections and relationships in Brazil and Europe she has thus been able to connect the dots and present her international and domestic clientele with specific criteria to suit their individual investment needs across the board. Subsequently, this has allowed Atalita to become a well-known, trusted and respected real estate salesperson, always focusing on making her clients content and focusing on their best interests and desired needs.

Given her strong background and international traits, Atalita has a developed a deep-rooted knowledge of the United States and international markets whether it is residential, commercial, retail spaces and hotels – local or globally given the fact that she can speak English, Portuguese and Spanish and Italian fluently. Atalita loves the challenge of exceeding her clients’ expectations while also giving them as much detailed information in respect to which markets and criteria are of interest.

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