Chris Raveis, executive vice president and managing partner of William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance, LLC, MA & NY is pleased to announce the company’s newest office located at 7 Union Avenue in Harrison, New York.
The real estate company, which recently expanded into Westchester County, is the largest family-owned real estate company in the Northeast, and the 10th largest real estate company in the nation.*
The Harrison location is the company’s 65th sales office. “We are excited to open our second office in Westchester County”, stated Mr. Raveis. “Our purchase of the 7 Union Avenue property continues the long standing tradition of a local real estate office in this beautiful community. We are here to stay and are looking forward to growing our family business throughout Westchester County in the future.”
According to Mr. Raveis, the company is committed to building premier offices that provide the ‘highest level of support and state-of-the-art technology’ that has made the real estate firm prominent in the adjacent Fairfield County community. “These capabilities, combined with our entrepreneurial spirit and proactive management, enable us to attract the best and brightest sales associates around,” he said.
William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance is one of the top companies in the nation. It was recently ranked by sales volume in REALTOR Magazine as the #1 family-owned real estate company in the Northeast, the #3 family-owned real estate company nationwide and the 10th largest real estate company in the USA. The innovative firm is nationally recognized as an industry leader in technology, marketing and REALTOR® education. Its award-winning website, raveis.com, will draw an estimated 10 million visitors in 2009.
William Raveis began its New York expansion with the recent opening of the Rye office in Westchester County. Future plans entail expansion into Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Presently, the firm has 2,100 highly trained sales professionals and 65 offices / two affiliates in Connecticut; Massachusetts; Westchester County, New York; and Rhode Island.