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All In The Family

Tuesday, August 3, 2021
Debbi DiMaggio

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Chase Betta is the next generation of a family of real estate professionals dating back to the 70’s when his grandfather Vince DiMaggio syndicated his first building in the Grand Lake neighborhood of Oakland. Chase has worked for Vince for as long as he can remember, and grew up learning valuable business acumen from his parents Adam and Debbi at HIGHLAND PARTNERS. A Piedmont native and longtime Bay Area resident, Chase has a special understanding of the markets in and around the flagship brokerage of HIGHLAND PARTNERS. He graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor’s degree in Ethnic Studies and Communications, which he aims to use to further support his clients as they navigate the nuances of their own journey. Chase’s additional experience working for a commercial brokerage in Los Angeles adds to his already strong base of real estate fundamentals. 

Chase is back in the Bay after travelling throughout Asia before the pandemic. While in the Philippines, he worked at a freediving facility where he met and made new friends daily. In his pastime, Chase likes to travel and stay active. As his passion for lacrosse shows, Chase is a strong team player — he has always skillfully combined interpersonal communication, physical activity, and a drive towards a common goal. He is excited to bring this tenacity to HIGHLAND PARTNERS and looks forward to meeting you!

Adam and I could not be more thrilled to welcome Chase into the family business and the DiMaggio & Betta Group.

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sleep, sip, spin, 7 days to a healthier body

Saturday, May 19, 2018
Debbi DiMaggio

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sleep, sip, spin, 7 days to a healthier body.

I’ve been traveling quite a bit and haven’t felt my best so it’s time to do something about it. We are in control, after all, of our own bodies, aren’t we? We know food and lifestyle changes can cure Cancer, so eating better and making diet and exercise modifications should make us feel better too. It really is up to us. And yes, I do agree, it is not easy. But we must.

Easier said than done. Let’s get started!

Anytime I have a goal I want to achieve I follow 4 words that propel me from A to Z, 1 to 10, Setting a Goal to Achieving my Goal.

The 4 words: Visualize, Internalize, Verbalize, Realize.

So no matter what you are trying to achieve write out those 4 words and follow them to a T.

First off you need to set a goal,

1. Visualize it. See it in your mind. Create a collage or vision board on your computer or from the pages of your favorite magazines.

2. Internalize it. Keep your goal top of mind and continue reminding yourself throughout the day of that goal.

3. Verbalize it. This is the most important step towards achieving your goal. One must share their goal with another person or with the world and by doing so you hold yourself accountable, and to a higher standard. Allow a friend or the world to hold you accountable. Just like I am doing today. (OH NO! Now I must stay on my 7 day cleanse/diet.)

4. Realize. Goal Achieved, Mission Accomplished!

XOXO! Debbi

New Rules of Real Estate

Saturday, August 27, 2016
Debbi DiMaggio

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One of my favorite aspects of selling real estate and working with clients is teaching other agents to find success. One way Adam and I enjoy giving back is through our real estate books and trainings, or hosting events with other real estate partners. Find your success by purchasing a copy of The Art of Real Estate and or Real Estate Rules! 52 ways to achieve success in real estate. On Amazon.com

Energy filled the room at 1515 Main in Walnut Creek – 5 panelists were asked questions by our host, Casey Sullivan of Summit Funding. Realtors, guests and friends had a few questions of their own. It was a festive evening of sharing, mixing and mingling. If I could only share one of my 52 rules from my recent book, REAL ESTATE RULES! 52 ways to achieve success in real estate that pertains to all lines of business – Plant, Water and Grow Your Business  Thank you to my summer intern, Alex Darwish, Mentee, Nicole Petersen, our host Casey Sullivan, our energetic attendees, venue 1515 Main in Walnut Creek and my fabulous colleagues, Renee White, Greg McDaniel, Julie Dudum and my husband and partner, Adam Betta. Networking and collaboration is the key to everyone’s success. Share and Give Back always! All the best will come back to you in buckets!  Send me an email if you would like to attend our next event. debbidimaggio@gmail.com 510.414.6777

I Don’t Fit In

Monday, November 16, 2015
Debbi DiMaggio

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I Don’t Fit In

I was at a charity gala and the auctioneer came up to me and asked how I was. We made small talk as we hadn’t seen one another in two years. Now remember, I just noted, he is an auctioneer. Auctioneers are not quiet or shy by nature. Would you agree?  He was no different —  a handsome, dark haired man with such confidence he could ask a room full of affluent attendees to donate big $$$ and bid on overpriced auction items, that may or may not be used, or even worth it — but, of course all for a good cause.

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Obsessed | Addicted | Dedicated

Sunday, November 8, 2015
Debbi DiMaggio

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