With motivation and drive, Joy Santiago has achieved great success in the past decade as one of Nations top agents and broker/owner of Dwellings Unlimited: A full service real estate brokerage, and investment company, that also specializes in short sales and unlimited housing options for individuals and families in housing crisis.As an Broker and Realtor specializing in selling homes to home buyers and investors in Detroit, southern Oakland, and Wayne Counties, Joy is a Multi-Million $top producer, and she was the primary agent responsible for liquidating a $220M Residential Real Estate Bank Portfolio,originally financed by JP Morgan Chase within 1 year.
"I have assisted and sold homes to hundred''s of families and individuals including many of Detroit''s best, including Techno Music Founders, Derrick May & Juan Atkins, DJ and Producer Mike Grant and Dj & Producer Stacey Pullen. Also included in my client list is Detroit City Mayor/City Council President Ken Cockrel Jr, 36th District Court Magistrate, Charles Anderson III, Former 46th District Court Magistrate JD Simpson, Mark Zapico, Associate Professor& Chair at College for Creative Studies, Playwright, William Harris, Artist & Designer, Carole Harris, & and Founding members of Create Detroit: Karen Batchelor and Ann Slawnik (Detroit Orientation Institute). Being part of the "creative class" has given me the knowledge and the experience that makes my outlook on the real estate world "different and unique".
Joy Santiago was featured as the Realtor Expert with 4 Metro-Detroit homeowners on HGTV''s (Home & Garden Television), show-"My House is Worth What?"-a reality show about house values around the country. (click here for more info)
Joy Santiago was the featured Realtor Expert on an episode of HGTV''s "House Hunters", -A reality show about local home-buyers "hunting" for a new home. CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE SHOW ON HGTV.com
Joy was showcased in Time Magazine, (online) for her work with home bus tours (The Lonely Homes Tour) and her dedication to the city of Detroit Real Estate. (Click Here to View the article in TIME.)