Edward D’Alessandro

As an experienced, full-time agent over 30 years, it’s been my pleasure to have served Pittsburgher’s real estate needs, and to have cultivated so many loyal client relationships along the way. I’ve seen the city grow and progress: I grew up in an Eastern Pittsburgh suburb, but have spent the majority of my life living in Shadyside with my husband and three sons. After graduating with a B.S. from Duquesne University in speech pathology and audiology, I came to real estate naturally, having been raised by entrepreneurs who instilled hard work and determination in me from a young age. My prior experience in sales and client relations gave me the perfect edge to compete in this vibrant, city market. One concept that our group would like to impress upon anyone interested in selling or purchasing a home is detail: they’re often overlooked, but after many years in this industry, we have become adept at matching clients with what they truly want by listening carefully. It’s especially rewarding to provide clients with a vision for what is possible within a living space. Our love for, and experience with, interior design has allowed me the opportunity to provide the spatial and constructive possibilities that investors so often seek. With great familiarity of the home inspection process, and a solid grasp of renovation, we think in terms of resale value and creating the most comfortable space possible for owners. we appreciate the architecture of well-designed floor plans and innovation. It’s vital that we educate my clients about the stages of a house’s lifespan, and help them to see the potential that may elude a first time home buyer, or those looking to personalize their space without jeopardizing resale value. We are very well-versed in new construction, having been chosen as listing agent by city architects to sell state-of-the-art new construction in popular East End neighborhoods. Most importantly, we remain true to our clients’ needs, whether those be related to property, their preferred method of communication, or simply respecting the rite of passage that is transitioning into, or out of, a home.