New President of Stribling & Associates Featured in New York Times "30-Minute Interview"

Posted by Sarah Alvarez — June 26, 2013

1372287734NEW YORK, NY - Elizabeth Ann Stribling-Kivlan was recently featured in New York Times "30-Minute Interview" about her experience as the new Stribling & Associates president.

“Ms. Stribling-Kivlan, 34, is the new president of Stribling & Associates, a residential real estate brokerage firm based in New York. The company was founded in 1981 by her mother, Elizabeth F. Stribling, formerly the president and now the chairwoman.”

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About Stribling & Associates

Each Stribling broker has an intimate knowledge of the ever-changing real estate market. Through extensive networks and an up-to-the-minute database of properties, Stribling agents know the exceptional properties in New York City’s most sought-after neighborhoods—from the Upper East and West Sides to Chelsea, Tribeca, and Brooklyn.

Sellers trust in Stribling’s ability to close deals quickly at the most advantageous prices. Whether working with a local, national, or international client, we strive to make every transaction as seamless as possible.

Beyond New York, Stribling is uniquely well suited to serve international sellers, buyers, and renters. As an affiliate of Savills, the world’s leading international property services’ company, Stribling can reach buyers in over 48 countries, while also serving New York-based buyers of overseas properties. We are the exclusive Savills residential representative in the New York area.

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