Our Growing Family

J Philip Faranda March 6, 2011

Ann is not pregnant. 

The company, however, is attracting some excellent people. So here are a few welcomes:

We welcome Leslie Miller, buyer agent extraordinaire, who specializes in Westchester county, including but not limited to Ossining, Briarcliff, Chappaqua, Pleasantville, and even as far south as Scarsdale and White Plains. Leslie is a very conscientious and caring individual and buyers can expect great representation from her! You can email Leslie at leslie@jphilip.com. 

We also welcome Jim Brick, formerly of Century 21 VJF. Jim has something in common with Joe Namath! OK, so it's a bad knee. But he's on our team now, and will be back on his feet soon, serving Putnam County and north Westchester. Reach Jim at jbrickco@yahoo.com.

And now something really cool: It is going to get a little, shall we say...chaotic around here. The Ambassador of Chaos herself, the artist, the Renaissance Woman, the one and only Carolyn Tann-Starr is joining the J. Philip Real estate family-when else? April 1st! Carolyn posted recently that she was looking for a new broker, but needed one who appreciated social media and her online efforts. I saw the match and asked her to call me in her comments. 

And she did. 

And I initially didn't know who was calling me (hey I was on my mobile phone). 

However, we sorted it out in a jiffy, and shook hands over the ether about 5 minutes later. I look forward to our association. 

A few other nice bits of progress in our little corner of the world:

  • Congratulations to Stephanie Solano for getting a good solid accepted offer yesterday on behalf of a delighted buyer client in Port Chester, NY. 
  • Congratulations to client Scott on the successful closing of his White Plains Co op listed by Yours Truly. 
  • Best wishes to my buyer clients Tom and Janine on the closing of their purchase in Scarsdale, NY.
  • High fives to seller clients Terence & Nicole and Marty and Tricia on their homes getting accepted offers this past week. Both inspections went well and contracts are out on both! 
We have more irons in the fire, but those are the highlights and I love to share good news. 


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