Joseph A Porricelli
Coldwell Banker Realty

I transitioned to a career in real estate in 2013 and I am currently the Branch Vice President of the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Ridgefield and Redding/Weston offices.


My real estate career began with the Coldwell Banker Greenwich Global Luxury sales office in Greenwich, where I consistently ranked year-over-year in the top 17 percent of all Coldwell Banker agents internationally for my sales productivity.


With over 28 years of achievement spanning operations, business development, and organizational management.  I have studied market and consumer trends, defined business opportunities, and driven growth in revenue and customer base.


Currently a Monroe resident and very active in the communities I serve. I am a member of both the Ridgefield Board of Realtors and Northern Fairfield Board of Realtors. A former committee member of the Jerry Sr. Memorial Golf Tournament benefiting Abilis, founding board member of the Connecticut Revolution Baseball Organization, board member of the Monroe American Legion Baseball Team, and current member of the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce. 


As a dynamic business leader who has recruited, trained and developed high performance, cross functional teams, I look forward to building the market share of the  Ridgefield and Redding/Weston offices by recruiting agents who are not only top producers but are technically savvy, ethical and self-motivated entrepreneurs.


Education and Training:

Iona College 1988

BA Marketing


Communities our offices serve:
Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, Newtown, Redding, Ridgefield Weston, Westport, Wilton


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Top 4 Deal Killers for Homebuyers

Falling in love is exhilarating. It can also be a bit scary, especially when a home has captured your heart. What if something goes wrong and you end up not spending the rest of your life with this stack of brick and mortar you're lusting after? No matter how careful you are, some deal killers are unavoidable. Others, however, are preventable, so pay heed if you hope to keep your deal alive. 1. Don't Mess with Your Mortgage Preapproval A common reason for a real estate deal to fall apart is that many homebuyers don't fully understand the mortgage process. Sure, you may get a loan preapproval, but don't think for one…
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Joseph A Porricelli

Coldwell Banker Realty
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