A people-oriented professional who combines an authentic, friendly approach with high-level negotiation skills, Dino Malvone is a natural-born real estate representative.
Known for the ease with which he builds meaningful connections, Dino has always gravitated to positions that center on face-to-face interaction. He began working at the age of 16 in the restaurant owned by his parents, who immigrated to the U.S. and passed a tireless work ethic down to him. Since then, Dino’s unique knack for cultivating and sustaining relationships has been a common thread throughout his career, both as a university professor and now, as a real estate agent.
Having taught master's level dispute resolution at Northeastern University, Dino possesses an extensive knowledge base about negotiation and mediation. In the real estate industry this skill set helps him to understand the dynamics “at the table” and in turn allows him to create value, shape the outcome of important deals, and guide clients through complex transactions. He takes the time to listen actively and understand exactly what each of his clients want, ensuring in turn that they are aware of the macro and micro trends present in the real estate market and how they may personally be affected by them.
“Real estate is a sweet spot for me,” says Dino. “I love people. I love to negotiate. I love New York City. Real estate brings all of these worlds together in a dynamic way that allows me to help people while doing what I love.”
A proud resident of Fort Greene, Brooklyn, Dino enjoys the genuine warmth and pretention-free ambiance of his neighborhood, and can frequently be found chatting with his neighbors on stoops or exploring the nearby restaurants, Brooklyn Flea market and Brooklyn Academy of Music. A marathon runner, pasta lover and avid environmentalist, Dino is fluent in Italian; he holds a B.A. in English from Fairfield University in Connecticut and an M.A. in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning from Tufts University in Boston.