Real Estate Done Right
Buying? Selling? We’ve got your back.
The Nancy Kennedy Team at Houlihan Lawrence is the No. 1 team in Westchester and Putnam. We’ve been doing this for decades, have seen every situation and solved every kind of problem.
In short, we rock. Want some stats?
• #1 associate in the entire multiple listings service in Westchester - Putnam - Dutchess - Orange Counties - units sold and total dollar volume 2011 to present.
• The Wall Street Journal ranked us No. 28 among the nation’s top 1,000 Realtors in 2015, and #2 in New York State.
• We have sold more homes than any other associate broker at Houlihan Lawrence every year since 2005.
• Nancy was also president of the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors, the nation’s 11-largest realtor board, in 2012.
• Recipient of the 2016 Albert P. Schatz Legislative Advocacy Award.
Muscle. Reach. Trust. Loyalty. We get deals done -- at the best price possible.
From the first phone call until closing day, we don’t stop working for you. Whether you’re buying or selling a home or a luxury condo, we consider you a customer for life. We want to take care of your next transaction, too.
Some companies are staffed by independent contractors who sell a couple of houses a year and try to do everything themselves, from putting up the for-sale sign to arranging the closing. We are different. Each member of our core team – Nancy Kennedy, Paul Kennedy, Megan Coxen, Colleen Coxen and Alyssa Fritz – touches every transaction.
You don’t get one broker – you get five.
That engagement goes beyond business. We want to build lifelong relationships all around Westchester and Putnam Counties, and the Hudson Valley. We support numerous charities, including the Croton Caring Committee and Hudson Stage Co. We lend out our property to school teams for car washes. We are big boosters of the Croton-Harmon High School athletic program. We are all part of the social fabric that knits the community together.
We feel like the luckiest people in the world because we truly love our work. In fact, helping people navigate one of life’s biggest financial transactions doesn’t feel like work at all.