Gina Demasco began her career at the Tuma Agency and has been brokering real estate in Montauk for over 30 years. Gina works directly with Theresa Eurell and has been doing so since 2010. Gina's family had a summer house in Montauk and that connection established her love for the area and inspired her to move there full time and raise her family. She has four children. Her son Mike Demasco is one of the owners of Montauk Hard Label and her husband Mike Sr. founded Scan Security out here on the East End. Gina is the Secretary of the Montauk Village Association and cares deeply about keeping Montauk, Montauk. This passion translates into her real estate endeavors by enabling her to assist customers in sharing the Montauk lifestyle.
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