RENEE WHITE, presently a licensed real estate associate broker for Douglas Elliman, began her successful real estate career in 1996 with Coldwell Banker. After five years, her move to Dechecci's Realty in Tarrytown, NY was extremely profitable. This boutique company was purchased by Prudential Serls and then, Better Homes & Gardens-Rand Realty (BHG-RR), which allowed Ms. White to operate her business from the company's Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. office. After a long stint with BHG-RR, Ms. White returned to her Tarrytown, NY market, while working with Hudson Homes Realty, LLC. Two years later, she relocated to Douglas Elliman, selling real estate at the company's Harlem, NY and Riverdale, NY offices. Renee White holds dual real estate licenses for both Westchester Board of Realtors and REBNY in NYC.
Through mere persistence and hard work, Ms. White enjoys a small measure of success as a mother, grandmother and business woman. Enhancing her background, Ms. White is an internationally recognized journalist (member of the press) and editor of fashion and beauty (since 1975) for the NY Amsterdam News. A native New Yorker, Ms. White is also privileged with the distinction of being an original member of "The Chantels," the famous Fifty's female singing group known for their Rhythm & Blues music of the '50s, and hit recording, "Maybe." They still perform throughout the US.
Renee White is a seasoned Realtor who offers high- quality service with a smile. Her education portfolio includes Fashion Institute of Technology, Pace University, NY Real Estate Institute. She is a member of The National Board of Realtors, The Westchester Board of Realtors and The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY).