Who is Community Home Brokerage?
Fifteen years of passionate commitment to helping grow our city has been well worth it. We’ve helped countless families find their first home, or expand into something bigger with new additions to their families.
What Can We Do For You?
Whether you’re buying your very first home or you are a savvy investor Community Home Brokerage will help you find what you are looking for.
Our team of experienced Realtors knows the area well and how to match both you and your lifestyle to an appropriate neighborhood that’s within your price range.
We won’t stop until you’re happy, either. We know this is a big investment for you and want you to be as happy with your new residence.
We are all about Community
Joe Tirone Jr. is a member of the Staten Island Board of Realtors and as recognition for his community outreach in response to Superstorm Sandy, he was awarded their prestigious 2013 Community Service Award. In addition, the Staten Island Advance chose Joe as one of the top ten most influential people on Staten Island in 2013. He is also a board member for NYSAR, and co-chairs the SIBOR Legislative Committee.
Joe was a founding board member of Zone_A_NY, a non-profit organization whose charter was to assist Sandy-affected homeowners in understanding and applying for State and City assistance programs. He also currently serves as a board member for the St. Teresa Holy Name Society, whose active membership has grown to the largest on Staten Island during his tenure. He is a member of the Christ the King Chapter of the Knights of Columbus.
Outside of Staten Island, in 2002, Joe helped organize a unique fundraising event for the Travis Roy Foundation. This annual “WIFFLE ball” tournament takes place in Jericho, Vermont, at miniature field replicas of Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox) and Wrigley Field (Chicago Cubs). Twenty-eight teams compete in a weekend-long tournament, raising money for spinal cord injury survivors and research. This year, the tournament raised over $600,000, bringing the total since inception to close to $3 million. Joe not only serves as an advisor for the event, but in 2011, and again in 2014, his team “The Staten Island Wiffle Yanks” won this very competitive tournament.