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Houlihan Lawrence in Yorktown Welcomes Three New Team Members

Marco Nogueras
Rosa “Maribel” Illescas
Diana Oliveira

Zef Camaj, brokerage manager, recently welcomed three salespersons to the team.

Marco Nogueras is an enthusiastic and dedicated professional who uses technologically advanced marketing techniques bringing the real estate experience to a new level. He values customer service and will ensure your goals are met while keeping you updated on current market conditions. Marco has spent the majority of his life in Westchester County and now resides in Putnam County with his wife and three kids. Call/text Marco today at 518-512-.6642.

Rosa “Maribel” Illescas exudes a passion for real estate and prides herself with her dedication to buyers, sellers, renters and investors in Westchester and Putnam Counties. Maribel has over 15 years of customer service experience. Her priority is to provide an honest and professional experience to all her clients. She grew up in Westchester and is very knowledgeable about the area. Maribel is bilingual in English and Spanish.Call/text Maribel today at 914-943-6846.

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Diana Oliveira has broad experience in the real estate and financing sectors having spent 12 years in the mortgage industry while also owning & operating the family construction company. She has a passion for helping first time buyers and guides them through the process to make wise investment decisions. Being bilingual in English and Spanish has been very beneficial in helping many with their real estate needs. Diana resides in Cortlandt Manor with her husband, two children and chocolate Labrador. Call/text Diana today at 917-538-1369.

“We’re excited to have such dedicated real estate sales professionals join our Yorktown team,’’ Camaj said. “Marco, Maribel and Diana will provide exceptional service to both buyers and sellers.”

Houlihan Lawrence’s Yorktown Brokerage serves the towns of Yorktown, Cortlandt, Peekskill, Putnam Valley, Mahopac and Carmel.

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