Meet the Agent

Keller Williams Realty - Center City



PROUDLY SERVING THE PHILADELPHIA & MAIN LINE METRO AREA
John Badalamenti represents many years of success in residential real estate in the Suburban Philadelphia Market. Let him put his energy, sophistication and expertise to work for you to deliver an unparalleled real estate experience.

Experience and Commitment
John Badalamenti, CRS, Associate Broker, REALTOR®

A relocated New Yorker, John is an experienced, full-time REALTOR® and consistent top producer serving Wayne, the Main Line, and the surrounding suburban Philadelphia area. John holds more than 12 professional real estate designations and certifications. In addition to local real estate transactions, John also specializes in corporate relocation. John is a licensed real estate broker, which means he has met the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s rigorous requirements for this designation. To earn this designation, a professional must serve an extended period of time as a licensed real estate agent and meet all of the state’s broker licensing requirements, including continuing education, before sitting for the state exam.

A Certified residential specialist, John has completed a demanding course of advanced training and has the significant experience required by the Council of Residential Specialists of the National Association of REALTORS®. Just 4 percent of all REALTORS® in the United States hold this prestigious designation—because just one in 25 has the necessary experience, commitment and hours of advanced training.

As a student of the local market, John has been quoted numerous times in The Philadelphia Inquirer on various topics related to real estate.

John Badalamenti is a Luxury Homes Specialist trained in state-of-the-art technology. John is proud to deliver an unparalleled level of service for clients in the luxury homes market.

The only constant these days in the world of technology is change. As a Technology Specialist in Real Estate documentation preparation and eSignature workflow, John is highly qualified to insure each real estate transaction is utilized with the latest tools available to address the needs of the local, national, and international real estate client.

For Additional Information, Contact:
John Badalamenti, CRS, Associate Broker/ Coach
Keller Williams Realty - Center City, Philadelphia
Office: 215-627-3500
Direct: 267-238-5787

Each Keller Williams Office is Independently Owned and Operated
1619 Walnut Street • 5th Floor • Philadelphia, PA 19103 • knowKW.com • 215.627.3500

Keller Williams Realty - Center City 1619 Walnut Street, 5th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 627-3500 johnb@subphillyhomes.com
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