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Ruth Anne McKeown looks at homes for buyers and sellers with the keen eye of a decorator glorifying the space, and the sharp mind of a banker. She can't help it, with a background in interior design and banking. This allows her to see beyond the initial layout of a space or the current financials of a building or customer and know their true potential.
Training in commercial real estate has made Ruth Anne a practiced negotiator, with a proven sales history throughout the city. She follows the market and pays special attention to the individual needs of her clients. Where they go she goes, a coop in Carnegie Hill, a townhouse in the Village, a Tribecca loft—she's there; she's effective.
When you speak to Ruth Anne, you immediately feel her self-assurance and dedication. It comes from experience, education and an enormous understanding of the buying and selling process—from offer to closing, from Battery Park to Hudson Heights, from Manhattan to Montauk.
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