Our Team of Experts

Real Estate Agent in Zona Colonial Santo Domingo.

Leina Jimenez

Real Estate Agent & Lawyer

Leina is a lawyer in the courts of the Dominican Republic, an active member of the bar association, graduated since 2017, with a specialization in corporate and real estate law, speak 3 languages which have allowed her to know international law and different cultures.

She was civilly educated in France for a period of two years.

Her goal has always been to offer a service within the highest standards of quality.


Real Estate Agent in Zona Colonial.

Brendan Murray

Real Estate Agent

Brendan hails from Ireland and has been involved in property development and real estate for 25 years. He has 17 years of experience, with his own legal team, here in the Dominican Republic, mainly on the north coast. Although his main focus was the Samana Peninsula he now shares his time between Samana and Santo Domingo.



Real Estate Agent in Zona Colonial Santo Domingo.

Emma Morrissey

Real Estate Agent

Emma was a lawyer in the U.K. for 20 years & moved to Santo Domingo in July 2018 & quickly became acclimatised & accustomed to the Dominican way of life, whilst acquiring a plethora of knowledge of the Zona Colonial attractions. Additionally over the years becoming acquainted with friends who have established businesses in the Zona & leading to making real estate contacts of properties offered for sale in the Zona & throughout the Island. An established member of the International Womens’ Club, attending monthly breakfast meetings & social activities, along with assisting the board members with the spotlight communications for local businesses. So in essence fully experienced to advise & assist in relation to any of your enquiries with regards to real estate availability & amenities in the Zona Colonial.


Real Estate Agent in Las Galeras, Samana

Yocelyn Javier

Real Estate Agent

Yocelyn has had many experiences on an international basis. She was born in Santo Domingo, but then traveled extensively. Just before returning to the Dominican Republic, she was working in Argentina as a sales representative for two years. After that, she moved to Italy where she worked in the fashion industry with an international company for 8 years. Then, in early 2016, Yocelyn moved back to the DR and decided to settle in Samana where she opened an Italian cafe on the malecon named Cafe Italia. She also has experience working for an international realty company working on the north coast where she sees a great future for real estate on the entire Samana Peninsula.