Is This The Year You Want To Buy A Long Island Luxury Home

As Long Island Premier Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker and Licensed RE Salesperson, Lawrence “Larry” and Sheila Agranoff have been successfully selling Luxury Homes in Nassau and Suffolk County New York, and are The Top Team at Charles Rutenberg Realty.

When Buying a Long Island Luxury Home, it usually requires extensive research, time, negotiation and sometimes patience.

Be Prepared. The luxury home process can be a little different from buying a traditional home. Many luxury home sellers expect you to prove that you’re a serious buyer before we can even schedule a showing.

Be Ready. Before starting your search, gather your financial documents so that we can show the sellers that you are a serious buyer.

Know the priorities that you want in your home. What is your ideal location? What size home are you looking for? How many bedrooms and bathrooms? Do you want privacy, land or a view? Knowing what you are looking for ahead of time will allow us to rule out properties that don’t fit your criteria and we can help you find what you do want more quickly. Each of us is different, so it’s important to list the features and benefits you want in a home. You may have different interests than other luxury buyers and that can lead to a different set of priorities.


As The Top Team At Charles Rutenberg Realty, we excel at offering the highest level of skill that every luxury buyer deserves with full-time availability.  We want to make it easy for you to relax and find the home of your dreams.


We look forward to the opportunity to speak with you to discuss your Long Island Luxury Real Estate goals.


Is This The Year You Would Like To Buy A Long Island Luxury Home?


Call Realtors Lawrence And Sheila Agranoff at our Cell 631.805.4400

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If your home or condo is listed with another broker, this is not a solicitation of the property.