Shore & Country Properties Remains Independent in Shifting Real Estate Market

Shore & Country Properties explains why they are staying small and independent despite the real estate market’s shift toward larger firms.

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One of the nicer elements is the fact that showing appointments are made by our staff who make it their business to learn what each seller needs. Sellers are greeted by name and immediately recognized when they call the office.

Riverside, CT (PRWEB) March 07, 2014

In the past six months, Shore & Country Properties has noticed a significant change in the Greenwich real estate market. The independent, boutique-style firms, which at one time seemed to compete equally with the larger franchises, are being absorbed by very large corporate entities. Many consumers now wonder if bigger means better. Staying independent matters to Shore & Country Properties, and they believe it will ultimately be a benefit to their clientele.

As a small firm, Shore & Country Properties can offer more personal attention than their corporate competitors. Their managing brokers are there to assist with every property listed. They also offer unsurpassed local knowledge because their niche is Greenwich. They don't need to specialize in new construction or luxury homes because they sell them all. Shore & Country Properties specializes in selling Greenwich, big or small, condo or mansion, and has the track record to prove it.

The real estate firm’s elite group of local agents gives the firm credibility. Most of the agents attended schools in town, raised their families there, remember the way Greenwich used to be and are appreciative of what the town is today.

With headquarters in Riverside, Connecticut, there is no true hierarchy. If someone wants to speak to the head of the firm, they can easily do so. The four partners can be found in the office seven days a week. Shore & Country Properties doesn't have to "check with corporate" because "corporate" is here. In addition, the real estate agents have direct input in almost all decisions. There's no bureaucracy or middle management interfering with the marketing budget. Shore & Country Properties does what it takes to get the property sold and does what's best for their clients.

Technology has also allowed Shore & Country Properties to expand in a global way. Their listings are syndicated to countless international websites, proven by the Internet hits they receive on their website, http://shoreandcountryproperties.com/.

"One of the nicer elements is the fact that showing appointments are made by our staff who make it their business to learn what each seller needs,” says owner/broker Nancy Healy. “Sellers are greeted by name and immediately recognized when they call the office."

Shore & Country Properties believes in the service they provide. Their success is based on their clients’ success, and they do not rest until they’ve helped their clients find the perfect home, whether it takes months or years. To learn more about the real estate firm, visit http://shoreandcountryproperties.com/.

About the company:
Shore & Country Properties was originally started by Russell Pruner in 1989 as Russell Pruner and Associates. His vision for a company comprised of the town’s best full-time real estate professionals. Nancy Healy joined the company as a partner in 1996. Since starting her career in real estate in 1987, Healy has been one of the town’s busiest and well-respected realtors. Recently, her peers voted her one of America’s Most Preferred Realtors. The year 2000 brought the addition of two more partners, Joan Epand and Ken Yorke. Each added yet more talent to the group, from Espand’s marketing expertise to Yorke’s sharp accounting skills and operational abilities.


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