Diane Belcuore


Many older residents in New Jersey are planning big moves these days! For most, its both a financial decision and a quality of life move. Financially, it makes sense to move to a place that has lower property taxes, as well as to cash in on your current home’s equity. Moving to a smaller home that requires less maintenance, perhaps to a gated community offering professional maintenance and recreational amenities, can be a great way to enjoy life.

There are so many great options for older residents in New Jersey that the choices can be overwhelming. Also, coordinating the sale of your current home with your next move can be daunting: from decluttering and staging your home, to negotiating the sale, to purchasing or renting your new home, its important to have professionals to advise and support you through this big journey.

There is a lot of help out there! As a Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES) and an Accredited Staging Professional (ASP) I use my extensive experience to assist you every step of the way. In addition, I work with an incredible support team, Caring Transitions, to assist with relocation, downsizing, and estate sales.

Here is what my most recent client had to say:

“Diane Belcuore is by nature a hands-on First Responder of the finest caliber.
She was the first to promptly respond when I reached out to the NJ Realtors’ Association for their top pick, and she has been my digital right-arm, at and on my side throughout the parental-home-selling process…
She pre-empted my e-questions, giving me guidance in not only a timely but also a customer-savvy fashion.
Her highly professional touch is tempered with both kindness and wisdom;  this is a rare combination in any field, and I treasure the intangible quality of that  very touch.
Diane, harnessing her invaluable personal safety net of relay professionals, is a ONE-STOP-SHOP of a realtor.  She has an impeccable sense of timing, strategy and tactics  –  the very person to stand by you when it counts.
Who needs Artificial Intelligence when you can just call Diane!”


Posted on April 16, 2020 at 8:42 pm by Diane Belcuore

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