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In addition to being Vice President of Bonacio Construction, Julie became licensed as a Sales Agent in 2000. She quickly brought the same success to real estate as she has to the construction business. She received the Top Agent of the Year award consecutively.
In November 2015, drawing on a decade and a half of experience and expertise in both construction and real estate, Julie forged the next step: she established her own brokerage firm. Julie & Co. Realty is an intimate, boutique firm with far-reaching capabilities. Specialties include residential resale, new construction, commercial, vacation homes, equestrian properties, and residential leasing. Exceptional client service and attention to detail are the hallmarks of the rapidly growing company with an emphasis on extraordinary when it comes to marketing their properties. Since its inception, the firm has expanded to thirty-six agents. Julie continues to be at the helm of the business – in both leadership and production. Julie and the agents at her brokerage have closed over $1.17 billion in sales combined.
Though Julie’s professional life takes her all over the Capital Region, her charitable work brings her back to her roots: Saratoga Springs. Born and raised in the “Spa City,” she currently lives there with her husband Sonny and three children – Gianna, Will, and Luca. Her dedication and commitment to the community of Saratoga Springs are unmatched. Julie has served on the Saratoga Care Foundation Board and the Flower and Fruit Mission. She has played a vital role in the fundraising success of many local charities including Saratoga Hospital, Saratoga-Sponsor-A-Scholar, Saratoga Bridges, Equine Advocates, National Museum of Dance, Universal Preservation Hall, and Electric City Couture to name a few. Julie feels as though it is important to give back to this amazing community we live in!
Additional accolades for Julie include the 2008 Saratoga Business Journal’s Top Ten Women in Business, 2008 Saratoga Today’s Women of Influence Award, and the 2008 Recipient of The Capital District Business Review’s 40 Under 40 Achievement Award.
- New construction
- Commercial real estate
- 2021 Honored Member of International Association of Top Professionals
- Top office sales producer, 2005-2011; 2014
- Consistently one of the top ten office sales agents
- Licensed Realtor since 1999
- 2008 Breakfast of Champions Award, Capital Region Chapter of Women’s Council of Realtors
- 2008 40 Under 40 Award, Albany Business Review
- 2008 Women of Influence Award, Saratoga Today
- 2008 Top Ten Women in Business, Saratoga Business Journal
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"Julie Bonacio and her husband, Sonny, have been dear friends since I originally purchased a condo from them many years ago. Since that time, I have had the pleasure of working with them on numerous projects, and I can attest that they have the highest professionalism, commitment to excellence and tremendous customer service. In addition, Julie has served as my realtor on several properties, and she consistently provides exceptional guidance, thoroughness, and follow-through. The Bonacios are wonderful individuals and great community citizens. I recommend them highly, both personally and professionally."— Bruce Lunsford
Working with Sonny and Julie Bonacio to find a new home is, in itself, a premium experience. I always felt that Julie’s focus was to try to place us in a situation that was well matched to our lifestyle and needs. She spent time getting to know us. Her sense of intuition is both finely tuned and kindly disposed. Her suggestions are valuable and practical. She truly went out of her way to accommodate our children’s schedule when we had to close by a certain time which was earlier than planned. I remain impressed with her warmth and concern for our situation long after our sale was complete. There has never been a time when she has been unavailable or disinterested. Julie is also dependably true to her word. If we agreed to something, and neglected to write it down, there was never a question or hesitation about her holding up her end of the bargain.— Lance H.