Dina Goldentayer has been raising values in Miami Beach since 2005. For 15 years, Dina’s clients have entrusted her with the sale of their most valuable assets - their homes. As the Executive Director of Sales at Douglas Elliman, Dina has been named to the Forbes list in real estate and recognized by The Wall Street Journal. The outcome speaks for itself - Dina has completed over $1 billion in sales of Miami real estate. In 2020 alone, Dina's sales volume peaked $350,000,000. She is recognized as Douglas Elliman’s #1 individual agent by sales volume nationally. Dina currently holds the record for the highest price per foot sold in South Florida -$6,492/SF, and the highest residential sale in Miami-Dade County- $54,931,375.
Dina graduated from the University of Maryland with Magna Cum Laude Honors from the Government and Politics department. The booming Miami real estate marketplace quickly came calling and she relocated to Miami Beach to pursue this career path. From the beginning, Dina was a force in the brokerage community challenging the establishment with a natural prowess for spotting deals and doing everything in her power to make sure her buyers secured them.
When you hire a real estate agent, you are hiring a marketing agent. This is Dina’s credo. Anyone can place a sign in front of a property and enter it into the MLS, but a comprehensive marketing strategy is how Dina gets her clients top dollar. She believes that you only have one chance to make a first impression and her 100-step marketing plan is the foundation for servicing her listings.
The Venetian Islands is the neighborhood where her marketing efforts have proven to be most effective. No agent has had as much success on the Venetian Islands as Dina. Here, she has sold 45 homes and counting.
The prestigious enclave of South of Fifth is another community where Dina’s stronghold is undeniable. From dozens of transactions at the Continuum and Murano properties, to several record shattering sales in the newly constructed boutique buildings, Dina’s presence in SoFi is enduring.
From waterfront mansions to homes in the sky, Dina forayed into the exhilarating world of new development. She is the former Director of Sales of Three Hundred Collins in the South of Fifth neighborhood as well as in-house Sales Executive of the most coveted address in Miami Beach - Eighty Seven Park by Renzo Piano.
Dina’s truest satisfaction, however, comes from client trust. A referral-based business is the product of her unwavering devotion. In a city known for fleeting moments, Dina offers consistent service, exemplary market knowledge, and responsiveness, which form the backbone of her business.
Dina Goldentayer’s discerning client base includes Fortune 500 CEOs, international industry-makers, prominent local developers, and New York financiers. As a Knight Frank Global Partner, she has direct access to the largest real estate brokerage in the world with over 20,000 associates and a rolodex of 700 billionaires. The international buyer is key to Miami and Dina’s ability to speak Russian makes her the perfect liaison to the Knight Frank Moscow and London offices. Her inclusion in Douglas Elliman’s Sports & Entertainment Division further elevates her as a professional who is skilled in working with athletes and entertainers.
Today, she continues to harness the hustle, which defined her professional start, continually expanding into new territories and seeking emerging opportunities for clients. While Miami Beach remains the cornerstone of her business, she has also become increasingly active in the Surfside, Bal Harbour, and Sunny Isles booming oceanfront condo markets where her Russian language skills also come in hand.
One thing always remains unchanged; whether you’re thinking of buying or selling in Miami Beach, Dina’s name is bound to come up.
Outside of her professional endeavors, Dina enjoys traveling to her favorite European cities, dining at fine culinary establishments, and partaking in health and wellness activities. Her charitable efforts with Women of Tomorrow, Chabad House, and Greater Jewish Federation exemplify her commitment to her community.