Vince Dinh

LICENSE: SL3492332


(773) 793-4352
(407) 476-0461 (Office)

About Me

Vince is a firm believer in, if you follow your passions the rest will come. He loves what he does as a realtor and enjoys every bit of it. His real estate career started since 2003 when he bought his first investment property to fix and flip. His experience gave him the eyes to see what can be done to properties for value added whether it is to live in or to sell. It is his goal to help others to do the same.

 

He fully understands the purchase or sale of real estate is the largest financial transaction most people will make in their lives. It is complicated and requires a full time professional realtor to guide the process. He focuses and works with one client at a time to ensure each one receives his full undivided attention. Whether buying or selling, he partners with his clients from beginning to end and work diligently to see that each transaction is as smooth and rewarding as possible.

 

Experiencing hardship in making your mortgage payments?  There are solutions before your property goes into foreclosure.  Vince can help you with that either through Forebearance or Short Sale.

 

Have you thought about buying a dream second home or any real estate investment in Spain?  As a foreigner, it is possible because Vince purchased himself a farm in Ontinyent, Spain during the COVID19 shutdown.  It was difficult but he pulled that process together.  He can definitely help you achieving this dream.

 

He graduated with a B.S in Management Information Systems in 1992 from Central Connecticut State University. He has worked as a bank teller and a claim processor to pay for his college tuitions. With claim processing background, he became a group health benefit underwriter worked for Aetna Life and Casualty. With his degree in M.I.S., he became an I.T consultant worked for PriceWaterHouseCoopers and Nortel Networks until 2001.

 

As well rounded as he is, he has witnessed numerous ups and downs of the market. Many people have asked him why would he wants to sell real estate in such a difficult market. 2006 and 2007, he was ranked top 5% of realtors in Chicago of sales at least $6 million and up. In addition, he has found many of his past clients have become good friends in the process.