The Team

About Dino Confalone

Dino Confalone has three decades of real estate and business management experience. Originally from Quincy and a first-generation Italian American, Dino graduated from Suffolk University with an Accounting and Business Management Degree. Real estate is part of Dino’s DNA as he grew up managing the family apartment buildings. While in college he obtained his real estate license and begin learning the inner workings of the industry. After graduating from college; Dino rose through the ranks in Boston’s communications industry ultimately becoming a Chief Financial Officer and Management Consultant. Just a few organizations Dino has partnered with over the years include Arnold Worldwide, PwC, Harvard, MIT, Century 21 and Keller Williams. In 2005 Dino was named a “Future Leader” by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and he contributes his time to several non-profits including “Our Place”, a daycare center for homeless children. Since 2009 Dino has served as the Volunteer Treasurer on the Cambridge Board of Realtors and recently was nominated to be the President of the Greater Boston Association of Realtors in 2021. Dino and his wife Kristen are proud parents of two young soccer loving boys, Camerin and Benjamin.

Contact Dino Confalone

p. 617.803.5007
1008 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge MA 02138

About Sarah Ellen Rodewald

SarahSarah Ellen Rodewald was born in Texas, raised in St. Louis, Missouri and transplanted to the Northeast 6 years ago. She received a Bachelor’s in Vocal Performance from Webster University St. Louis and moved to Boston to complete her education at The Boston Conservatory. After receiving her Master’s at the conservatory, she began a career in finance while pursuing her passion as an opera singer and actor.
Her background in banking and mortgage work and performing on stage give her a specialized skill set that has enabled her to excel as a real estate professional. Discipline, dedication and fearlessness are just a few of the things that make her the right agent for you. This Camberville transplant belongs to the Improbable Players, a non-profit acting troupe that works with children attending schools in the Greater Boston and Northeast region about the dangers of drug and alcohol addiction and is a member of the Greater Boston Association of Realtors.

Contact Sarah Ellen Rodewald

p. 617.945.9161­
1008 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge MA 02138