Ana Graveto

Culture Estate

Focused Agents. with a passion for Real Estate.

About Ana Graveto

Why choose Ana of Culture Estate to sell your home? Client Focused, Detail Oriented - If consistency, honesty, reliability, empathy, out of the box thinking and punctuality is important to you and your family on one of the biggest transactions of your life, then Ana is the agent for you! Ana Graveto, at age 20, bought her first multi-family home that she lived in, renovated, then rented out for a positive cash flow while working full-time as a single mother. After several years of setting herself up financially, she moved to Florida where she lived for 4 years until the market crashed and her investments went down with it. She packed up everything and moved back to NJ where she rebuilt her life and her investments. Bouncing back from that loss has made her passionate about helping first-time home buyers create wealth by educating them about financial health, real estate investing, and how to make their dreams a reality. Ana is organized, analytical, kindhearted, and modest. Her actions, above her words, will prove that you invested in the right person to take care of your future. She’s real, she’s resilient, and she’s ready to show you how it’s done.

Latest Blog Posts

40 Things To Avoid When Investing In Real Estate 40

So with it being the Lenten season, Christians all over the world are taking next 40 days to sacrifice something. And keeping with that theme, I thought let's do 40 things you should not do

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The patent for the invention was filed in 1966, and it later influenced modern home security systems that we still use today. Marie Van Brittan Brown’s invention was inspired by the security risk

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Celebrating Black History Lewis Latimer

So we're talking about Lewis Latimer and his invention of the carbon filament inside of, what is now, the old school incandescent light bulb. In decor a lot of people like the Edison style light

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Celebrating Black History Washington Martin

So, in 1889, Washington Martin invented what we now know as the padlock. Before then, in order to secure something, you had (which was the best technology wasn't a time) was the Chinese bolt.

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