Miami Beach’s Resident Realtor Talks Hitting Her 50th Sale on the Iconic Venetian Island’s
Taking the title as Queen of the Venetian Islands, Dina Goldentayer is crushing 2021’s real estate market. With more than $1.5 Billion in career sales and the record-holder for the highest priced sale in Miami, Douglas Elliman’s top agent has been turning heads and expertly selling some of the most coveted properties since 2005.
Immigrating from Russia as a child and moving to Miami to make a name for herself, Goldentayer is as self-made as they come. Fast forward to 2021, Goldentayer is making waves in the industry with the announcement of her 50th sale on the iconic Venetian Islands – one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in all of South Florida.
“The location, open water views, and tropical charm of the Venetian has always made the area a true gem with some of the most beautiful waterfront homes in Miami Beach,” said Goldentayer. “Living and selling in the area, I really found my niche here and fell in love.”
A set of six interconnected islands within Biscayne Bay, the Venetian Islands are home to a limited number of beautifully appointed luxury waterfront homes, attracting a young generation of wealthy buyers enticed by the boating culture, beautiful views, and vibrant lifestyle.
“The Venetian Islands are all about movement and walkability,” said Goldentayer. “Bookended by Downtown Miami and Sunset Harbour, you have everything you need right at your fingertips—from classic restaurants to great shopping and fitness options galore.”
As a resident of Di Lido Island, Dina’s name has become synonymous with the area and truly lives the life she sells, with expertise that is unmatched. She knows the ins and outs of the market like no other, pairing her clientele with off-market deals and the exact property they are looking for, and skillfully closing deals for her sellers.
“Real estate is in my blood and hitting my 50th sale on the island I call home will remain a defining moment in my career,” said Goldentayer. “That is, until I hit 100.”
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