Brand new condominiums are rare in the Bronxville Village market. The Kensington project, slated to break ground this summer, will be the first new complex for sale since Gramatan Court was built in the early 1980s. Leah Caro, President and Principal Broker at Bronxville-Ley Real Estate, at 17 1/2 Park Place, is dedicated to making sure that her sales agents have the most current knowledge with which to expertly advise their clients.
So last week, Leah brought in attorney Steven Ebert of Ebert & Associates, to provide an in-depth course to agents at Bronxville-Ley. The curriculum (which is approved by the NYS Department of State) for "New Development Transactions" included detailed information that these agents can readily use to assist in the sales at Kensington and elsewhere. Topics included what to expect and look for in the Offering Plan, the process of Attorney General approval, the potential costs (and savings) to buyers, financing, closing dates and more.
Bronxville-Ley Real Estate has a long-standing culture of education. Leah Caro states, "I work to make sure our agents are better educated and informed, whether it be about flood insurance, working with international buyers, or managing the sale of new condos. Our sales associates have the skills and resources to do their jobs expertly. We want to do more than just put sales together, we want to benefit the consumer."
For information about new condo sales, or for any other real estate need, please contact Leah Caro at 914-337-1234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit bronxvillerealestate.com to learn more.
- 1 Police Identify Teenagers Involved In Fatal Accident Near Port Chester HS
- 2 Wake, Funeral Service Scheduled For Port Chester Crash Victim
- 3 Westchester Bank Manager Is Charged With Stealing Over $1.4M
- 4 Snow Likely In Port Chester On Busiest Travel Day Of The Year
- 5 Karen Gail Roth Hodge, 57, Of Port Chester, Owned Jewelry Company