Company Overview

Combining industry knowledge, process expertise, and negotiation skills, Justin DeVinney and The DeVinney Group work tirelessly to make home sellers happier, neighborhoods better, and investment clients profitable. As a full-service real estate group, DeVinney benefits the Rochester area community by purchasing properties at fair value, renovating, and helping investors to realize the fullest potential of their investments.

Utilizing proven success in all types of real estate sales and investment, The DeVinney Group buys and sells properties that bring value to investors and property managers.

"Justin DeVinney graduated in 2002 form Northeastern University with a degree in Marketing. After working in marketing and communications for over 10 years he founded " DeVinney Group, in 2012 the company began with buying and fixing distressed properties in the Washington D.C. Metro area. The team’s knowledge and experience in real estate and property investment services provided success and satisfaction to many clients. The DeVinney Group has subsequently evolved from a full service property investment group based in Northern Virginia to a broader range New York based investment company funding both startup and existing businesses not limited to those in the real estate industry. The DeVinney group has funded and/or partnered with a number of successful startup companies, including Northeastern University, Little Lighthouse Foundation, Porche Club of America,The DeVinney Group, LoopPay, The Driven Group, The Denver Collection, and Cider Creek Hard Cider."

In his spare time Justin races with Porsche Club of America (PCA) Club Racing. You can find his race wins and diving history on Justin is also a devoted husband and father. In 2015 he married Lauren Jarboe in Key West FL.They had there first child, a girl in 2016 and are expecting another in 2017. Justin is also involved in giving back and philanthropy, one a board member for the Little Lighthouse Foundation he continues to involve himself in community project.