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Meet Phyllis Jacobs
A Larchmont resident and accomplished real estate professional, Phyllis has been working in the real estate space for over 28 years with over $500 million in sales volume. She is a specialist in selling Westchester’s Sound Shore area single family homes, land and condos. Knowing that the key to her success is being a full-service broker, Phyllis also handles rental properties and works with the area’s top developers to create some of the finest new home projects in Westchester. She is also licensed in Connecticut.
Phyllis uses her extensive knowledge of the neighborhoods, schools and amenities to match select properties to her clients’ criteria. Phyllis educates each client on every aspect of the market. She works closely with buyers to carefully determine their needs and guides them every step of the way through the purchase process. Sellers appreciate her expertise innovatively marketing their properties on over 300 websites locally and nationwide as well as through her social media network.
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