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Hello and thank you for visiting my web site. My name is Kevin Daly, and I'm a licensed real estate agent at Prince Real Estate Associates (see latest listings). I have over 15 years experience in helping many individuals and families find a place to live in New York City. I believe educating our customers and clients is important. We work hard to provide worthy and relative information and answer any questions they may have. Let me help you find your next home by contacting me by phone at 917.312.8643, or email me at apartmentKD@yahoo.com.

Hi, I'm Gloria, and thanks again for visiting our web site. I'm also a licensed real estate agent. After partnering with my husband for the past several years helping folks find a new place to call home in NYC, I've decided to move on to helping folks in the Bronxville/Yonkers, New York area in Weschester County. I'm thrilled to be a new member at the Coldwell Banker Carlson Real Estate Agency in Bronxville, NY. Stay tuned for my blog where I will be featuring my latest real estate finds at GBDalyRealEstateFinds . As a marketing and communiations executive with several years of corporate experience in publishing, finance and digital communications, I bring extensive creative, administrative and managerial expertise and a fresh perspective to real estate.

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Buy land, they're not making it anymore." -- Mark Twain (aka Samuel Langhorne Clemens)

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NYC Trivia
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The popular phrase “other side of the tracks” was originally coined in NYC back in the late 1800’s to describe the people living West of the Manhattan Elevated Third Avenue Railroad. 

Photo: Manhattan elevated trains – From 1870 until 1903, Manhattan's elevated trains were powered by small steam locomotives.

Recognize this building? This building was used for the opening credit of the CBS series "The Jeffersons," and is where George and Louise ("Louisie") lived.

This American sitcom (1975-1985) created by TV producer Normal Lear, focused on the life of an upper, middle-class African American couple in NYC .

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