Happily providing comprehensive real estate services for over a decade in Westchester County - Mt Kisco, Bedford, Katonah, Cross River, Goldens Bridge, Chappaqua, Waccabuc and more!
Get to know Sandy Fenton
Relocating to the village of Mount Kisco in Westchester from Brooklyn over 14 years ago, I took to suburban living like a fish to water. The quality of life increased so that I almost dislike going into the city for anything! Imagine - I could actually get in the car and go somewhere at 5PM without first thinking of getting stuck in traffic and wondering where I would park when I got back. I could get out of my car without first checking for doggie "accidents" before putting my foot down. I felt I'd gone to heaven. My family and I were ecstatic - we still are.
My son started pre-school and I became a real estate agent. I have loved every minute of it. Specializing in residential real estate, my niche is assisting first time homebuyers hone in on their "perfect" first home and then helping them with the unique issues involved with the moving up process to their dream home.
Condos & townhouses are my sub-specialty. I live in a townhouse with my husband and son and served on the Board of Managers for nearly ten years. I was part of the decision making when our retaining walls were re-built, our roofs redone, our siding, mailboxes & light fixtures replaced. From choosing a management company to contractors to the attorney that represents us - these experiences have helped me guide my clients through the myriad of options available.
Although commonly viewed as an event - moving is really a process with a beginning, middle and an end. This is when a professional can prove invaluable to help save time, money and avoid the frustrations that will inevitably occur during the real estate selling and purchasing process.
Mount Kisco has a number of housing opportunities to fit most people's needs. From a convenient cooperative apartment to a spiffy townhouse to your dream home - Mount Kisco offers something for everyone.
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Although most of my business is in the Mount Kisco area and Northeast Westchester, because it is referral based, I have found myself representing clients throughout Westchester & Putnam counties.
My Professional Affiliations:
NAR National Association of Realtors
NYSAR New York State Association of Realtors
WCBR Westchester County Board of Realtors
WPMLS Westchester Putnam Multiple Listing Service
WCR Women's Council of Realtors
NYS Realtor Institute GRI Chapter
My Professional Designations:
ABR ~ Accredited Buyers Representative
The ABR designation is the benchmark of excellence in buyer representation. This coveted designation is awarded to real estate practitioners by the Real Estate BUyer's Agent Council (REBAC) of the National Association of REALTORS who meet the specified educational and practical experience criteria.
ASP ~ Accredited Staging Professional
ASP Realtors & Stagers are trained under strict guidelines using proven staging techniques developed for over 30 years to professionally prepare a house to appeal to the most amount of buyers.
GRI ~ Graduate Realtor Institute
The GRI graduate is a real estate professional who has made a commitment to providing a superior level of professional services by earning the GRI designation. Realtors with the GRI designation are highly trained in many areas of real estate to better serve and protect their clients.
CDPE ~ Certified Distress Property Expert
Foreclosure is a devastating financial and emotional process for a homeowner, and in many cases they face this process alone, without help of any kind.An Agent who has earned the CDPE Designation has dedicated their time and effort to understanding the distressed homeowners issues. The CDPE Professional is an agent who understands the full range of solutions and is ready to help.While experiencing financial distress is difficult for any family, the process of finding a real estate professional shouldn't. Selecting a CDPE agent ensures you are dealing with a professional ready to address your needs.