Intero Real Estate Services Welcomes Dana Cappiello to their Woodside Office

Intero Real Estate Services, Inc. welcomes another stellar agent to their team.  Dana Cappiello joins Intero’s Woodside office, the company’s newest corporate location, with over 13 years of experience selling homes on the San Francisco Peninsula.  “I’m excited to be associated with a real estate company that puts so much emphasis on education, training and professionalism.  I’m especially excited about working at the Woodside location which promises to be a flagship office for Intero in the mid-peninsula’s high-end market,” says Cappiello of her transition to Intero. Dana is a certified Green Realtor and very knowledgeable regarding energy issues, something that can be very important to Bay Area home buyers.  An avid equestrian, she is a member of the Woodside Trails Committee and is extremely educated about country estates.  She understands the regulations and capacities of building and remodeling in her markets’ communities and, with her background in design, can quickly define a client’s style and find the perfect home to fit their needs.  “Dana, as one of the top Realtors in the Woodside area, brings a wealth of knowledge and clout to our group of reputable Realtors at the Woodside office,” says Alain Pinel, Senior Vice President and Managing Officer at Intero.

“Our Woodside office is quickly becoming a magnet for high-end established Realtors and Dana is no exception,” says Gino Blefari, President and CEO of Intero Real Estate Services.  “Her negotiation skills and attention to detail will definitely serve her and Intero well in this recovering market.”

An avid volunteer, Dana is also co-founder of the Until There's a Cure Foundation, which distributes the AIDS bracelet and has raised millions for AIDS prevention, education and vaccine development and currently serves on the boards of Project Happiness and the Rich May Foundation.  She is also currently spearheading the marketing efforts for the UCSF Division of Experimental Medicine, to promote the efforts of scientists working on the cure for AIDS.