President and Principal Broker since 2001, Leah Caro has been with Park Sterling Realty (formerly called Bronxville Real Estate and Bronxville-Ley) since 1992. As an on-site owner, her commitment to clients and salespeople is easy to see. Being open and available, with a hands-on approach, is an important part of her business model.
Impressive credentials include membership in the National, New York State and Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors, as well as the Women's Council of Realtors.
Additionally, Leah was the 2009/2010 President of the Westchester-Putnam Association of Realtors, the 2015 President of the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service, the Chair of the Professional Standards Committee for the NY State Association of Realtors, and a Director at the State and National Associations.
Leah is also certified by NY State to teach real estate license law, agency disclosure and ethics.
Under Leah's leadership, Park Sterling Realty has a reputation for results and is a leader in the Bronxville and Nearby market. She welcomes the opportunity to provide unsurpassed service; to exceed your expectations.
My Articles & Blogs
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New York State (Sec.443) Disclosure Regarding Real Estate Agency Relationships
This form is required by NY State to be executed by all parties to a real estate transaction, including buyers, sellers, tenants and landlords. The document describes the various types of agency relationships. Your agent s [Read More...]
Types of Lenders
You will likely have heard the terms "mortgage broker", "mortgage banker" and "lender" used interchangeably. However, there are distinct differences.
The "lender" is the entity that provides the money to the borrower at the closing, in exchange for a note evidencing the borrower's [Read More...]
Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that this is not intended to be a comprehensive discussion of the home purchase process. It is intended to give the reader a general overview of the process, and to allow a prospective purchaser to plan ahead. Information contained herein should not take the place of [Read More...]
It's important to understand what legal responsibilities your real estate salesperson has to you and to other parties in the transactions. Ask your salesperson to explain what type of agency relationship you have with him or her and with the brokerage company.
1. Seller's agent (also known as a lis [Read More...]
Certificates of Occupancy
What is the Purpose of the Certificate of Occupancy?
A Certificate of Occupancy represents the municipality's assurance that a home is legally occupied and conforms to zoning and minimum repair and maintenance standards as of the date the Certificate of Occupancy was issu [Read More...]
Setting a Listing Price
Of course everyone wants more money for their home. But in choosing a selling price for your house, it doesn't really matter how much you think your home is worth, nor does it matter how much an agent thinks your home is worth. It will only be the buyer's opinion that counts [Read More...]
Tips For Selecting an Agent
The most important decision when selling your home is the selection of the person you choose to represent you. The job of your Sales Associate is to support you in selling your home with the best possible terms and to aid you through the entire process. Your Sales Associ [Read More...]
Please contact us with any questions about the Westchester Real Estate - 3rd Quarter Market Report. Your PDF will be shown here. Do not modify this section. [Read More...]
As a consumer, you expect professional service provided by real estate agents who are technologically savvy and thoroughly knowledgeable about the communities they serve. We promise to meet or exceed your expectations! Just one phone call to our Relocation Center is all it takes [Read More...]
As we approach a new spring real estate market, one that we expect to be very robust, many homeowners have in mind that this year (finally!) may be the time to sell and move on with their plans (to upgrade, downsize, right-size, move to a warmer climate, etc.). You may consider trying to sell on yo [Read More...]
This is the eternal "which came first?" debate. In real estate, we have a somewhat different but equally perplexing debate: when selling one home and buying another, which should you do first? Realtors are asked to counsel their clients on this all the time and we have become experts in sorting th [Read More...]
Career in Real Estate Looking for a career that is a real growth opportunity and not just a job? We are in the business to help people fully realize their homeownership dreams. It's a challenging and rewarding career offered by one of the area's most successful companies.
If you want the competiti [Read More...]
We've all heard that saying, "a picture is worth a thousand words". It is never truer than in real estate! And these days, it can mean the difference between a sale and no sale. Here's the scenario: you list your home for sale with the Realtor of your choice and when you sign the listing agre [Read More...]
Probably the question most often asked of anyone in the real estate industry is, "How's the market?" Ifyou ask the question to 10 different real estate professionals, you are likely to get 10 different answers! So, who do you believe? Most likely, all of them! Now you're thinking, "Huh? How is [Read More...]