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B.S. in Finance & Entrepreneurship from The Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University
Dex sits on the board of Titagya Schools, a non-profit organization that is transforming early education in Northern Ghana & Sub-saharan Africa by building & operating schools for Pre-K & Kindergarten level students.
Dex is an active donor of the Tesla Science Foundation - a non-profit dedicated to promoting the achievements, life, & legacy of the most influential scientist & inventor in history: Nikola Tesla.
Dex Lipovic epitomizes the new breed of modern real estate professional who provides comprehensive knowledge and full-fledged service to sellers, developers and buyers alike. His marketing strategies are both cutting-edge and energetic, combining refined selling skills with marketing methods that fully embrace the digital age.
Dex has extensive experience working with a broad clientele from Europe, South America and Asia. Over years of cultivating relationships, Dex has built a robust global network of buyers and investors who seek his guidance and real estate expertise. His approach ensures that the real estate process is seamless, no matter what the demand.
Born in coastal Laguna Beach, California, Dex’s fire for real estate was sparked young as he learned the family trade of purchasing, renovating and reselling beach-front properties. After moving to New York City, he earned degrees in Finance and Entrepreneurship from Fordham University. As a resident of Columbus Circle for the last 7 years, Dex has established himself as the Manhattan neighborhood expert: “Dex and the City.” He also enjoys extensive international travel and the discovery of diverse world cultures.
Dex has been featured on episodes of Bravo TV's hit show Million Dollar Listing New York, on the Cover of the Wall Street Journal Real Estate Section, as well as articles in The Real Deal and Brick Underground.