Shore & Country Properties Releases Mid Year Numbers

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The latest market data is now available in The Greenwich Real Estate Journal.

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'We would like to invite people to review the past year and read our predications for the last quarter,' offers Amy Whitlaw, a veteran sales associate with the company.

With the fall market just a few weeks away, Shore & Country Properties has released an easy-to-navigate flip book, The Greenwich Real Estate Journal, with the latest market data.

"We would like to invite people to review the past year and read our predications for the last quarter,” offers Amy Whitlaw, a veteran sales associate with the company.

The spring market got a late start due to the seemingly endless winter, but once properties began to trade, the average sale price rose 30 percent over 2013 to $2,606,680. Successful sellers were once again those who paid attention to their home’s location, condition and price. Shore & Country Properties, which is one of the only remaining independent firms in Greenwich, believes there are many reasons to buy and sell this fall. In addition to rates remaining low, Wall Street is performing well and many of those that work in the financial markets appreciate the short commute from Greenwich. Plus, it is a great time to bid on those homes left over from the spring market.

And finally, The Greenwich Real Estate Journal offers insight many other firms do not, including a breakdown of real estate values in the eleven elementary schools, plus the three middle schools and high school. Additional information on the current inventory can be found at Shore & Country Properties’ newly designed website:

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 Epand’s marketing expertise to Yorke’s sharp accounting skills and operational abilities.

Both Pruner and Healy have served multiple times as president of the Greenwich Association of Realtors and the Multiple Listing Service and given their time to work on other committees. As a result, they have a unique understanding of what it takes to run a successful real estate firm. And by carefully selecting only agents who represent the best of Greenwich, Russell Pruner and Associates quickly grew to become the leading independent real estate firm, serving all 50 square miles of Greenwich and lower Fairfield County.

"We handpick respected agents who demonstrate the integrity, expertise and personal touch that clients deserve when buying or selling their most valuable assets."

In 2003, Russell Pruner and Associates became Shore & Country Properties to let consumers know they service every neighborhood from the back country to the shore line. For the past 13 years, Shore & Country Properties has been the no. 1 real estate company in Greenwich by selling their listings in the fewest number of days and with the highest original list price to sales price. They continue to lead the Greenwich market in transactions and dollar volume while providing unparalleled service to their clients. For more information, visit their website at

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