NINA FIASCONARO

Associate | License# RES0045189
NINA FIASCONARO

Languages

English

Specialties

About Me

Nina was born and raised in the suburbs of NYC. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology. She worked beside her husband for 32 years in the wholesale jewelry industry. She has always been interested in fashion, design, architecture and trend watching. Her ability to put her customers at ease while listening to their needs and desires have helped her become a successful salesperson. She is a mom to her 22-year-old son who is multi handicapped and graduated from Meeting Street. When her son was two, she bought her first home in RI on Potters Pond in Wakefield RI. Being heavily involved in his care and education she found herself happiest when being able to advocate and volunteer in the disabled community. She is a governor appointed state advocate and is part of the Rhode Island State Rehabilitation Council. She is also the founder and director of 401 A League Of Our Own which is a Special Needs Buddy Ball program that lets special needs children play alongside their siblings and family members. She believes in giving back to those in need in her community. Blending her expertise and compassion, she strives for the goal of matching clients with the product or home that suits their needs best. Her clients have a successful transaction, come away happy and confident in referring her to friends and family.

NINA FIASCONARO

Associate | License# #RES0045189
NINA FIASCONARO

RE/MAX Flagship
140 Point Judith Rd Ste 23
Narragansett, RI 02882

Languages

English

Specialties

About Me

Nina was born and raised in the suburbs of NYC. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology. She worked beside her husband for 32 years in the wholesale jewelry industry. She has always been interested in fashion, design, architecture and trend watching. Her ability to put her customers at ease while listening to their needs and desires have helped her become a successful salesperson. She is a mom to her 22-year-old son who is multi handicapped and graduated from Meeting Street. When her son was two, she bought her first home in RI on Potters Pond in Wakefield RI. Being heavily involved in his care and education she found herself happiest when being able to advocate and volunteer in the disabled community. She is a governor appointed state advocate and is part of the Rhode Island State Rehabilitation Council. She is also the founder and director of 401 A League Of Our Own which is a Special Needs Buddy Ball program that lets special needs children play alongside their siblings and family members. She believes in giving back to those in need in her community. Blending her expertise and compassion, she strives for the goal of matching clients with the product or home that suits their needs best. Her clients have a successful transaction, come away happy and confident in referring her to friends and family.

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