After attending Xavier High School, Jim Didato attended Florida Atlantic University majoring in Psychology and minoring in Exercise Science. In the spring of 1998 he returned to his home state of Connecticut and began his career in Real Estate.More Less
Jim has been a Top Producer since the year 2000 and he has received a number of awards including Chairman's Circle, Chairman's Elite Club, Presidents Circle, Honors Circle, Leading Edge Society, Top Listing Agent, and Top Selling Agent. Jim worked for Raveis Real Estate (before his team was recruited by Prudential CT Realty in 2009) where his team won an award for #7 Team for closed transactions. He has been placed in the Top 1% of all Realtors statewide for closed unit sales as well as 3% nationally with respect to closed transactions. Jim also won Top 100 out of 1900 Realtors. Awards can be viewed on his website along with other details and data at JimDidato.com. He currently has over 10,000 members on his personal website PropertyWhale.com and it is an instrumental part of marketing and selling his own listings.
Jim is currently working on a Revolutionary Real Estate Marketing Quantitative System which will measure whether a home is likely to sell or not based on two primary metrics; This will include the "Number of Showings" a home receives during the listing period & the number of "Days the home has been on the Market". The quantitative data based on these two metrics within the past quarter will enable a seller to glean insight on the probabilities they will receive an offer if they stay at their current asking price and how close an offer will likely be to their asking price. Jim will be making this information available for his clients only and he expects to begin issuing this data in Jan. 2012. This data can help a seller understand when it is time to drop the price and when to hold at asking price.
Jim enjoys Bikram Yoga, Running, Weight Training, Travel, watching Uconn/Professional European soccer and reading. He lives with his wife in South Glastonbury.