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Our Vision is to serve as liaisons to our clients at full capacity involving dealings with their real estate holdings. From marketing, acquisition, liquidation of a personal residence and/or their wealth building property portfolios.  

Porfirio Rubirosa

(January 22, 1909 – July 5, 1965) was a Dominican diplomat, race car driver, soldier and polo player. Rubirosa made his mark as an international playboy for his jetsetting lifestyle.[2] Among his spouses were two of the richest women in the world.[3]


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Rubirosa International Realty is the prominent real estate brokerage firm serving New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. As a rapidly growing firm, we offer a world of advantages to buyers and sellers they won’t find anywhere else.

"I will risk everything to avoid being bored.”

Porfirio rubirosa


In this role, he was sent to embassies, first at Berlin (during the 1936 Olympic Games) he also served at the embassies at VichyBuenos AiresRomeHavana (witnessing the Cuban Revolution), and Brussels.

Polo Player

Rubirosa inspired Ralph Lauren’s Polo brand. He organized and led his own polo team Cibao-La Pampa that was an often successful contender for the Coupe de France. Rubirosa played polo until the end of his life.


 Case in point: the legendary Porfirio Rubirosa. Rubirosa, a pilot from the Dominican Republic, had the dubious good luck to be friends with the son of  Rafael Trujillo, the country’s brutal dictator at the time.

Race Car Driver

Rubirosa entered one Formula One race, in 1955, the Grand Prix de Bordeaux on April 25. He planned to drive his own Ferrari 500, identical to the one which brought Alberto Ascari the 1952 and 1953 Drivers’ World Championship.[15] However, he fell ill before the race and did not drive.[16]


 Sammy Davis Jr. and Rubi enjoying drinks with company. 
To give an idea how expert he was in the field of romance, he once spent two hours teaching Sammy Davis Jr. the proper way to kiss a woman’s hand. 

The Real 007

The FBI suspected he was a political assassin. They curated an over 100 page report on Porfirio Rubirosa. After he lost his diplomatic immunity, he was questioned by the New York District Attorney concerning the disappearance of Trujillo opponents Sergio Bencosme in 1935 and Jesus Galíndez in 1956, but was never charged. Many think he was Ian Fleming’s secret inspiration for James Bond 007.

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