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!!! Important Greenwich Planning and Zoning - Action Needed

Quick Links Copy of Ad Information about proposed changes Planning and Zoning Town of Greenwich Agenda for April 26th Dear Colleagues,
The P&Z has not only brought back the previous issue that we discussed in November regarding FAR calculations they have also proposed a new change relating to Grade Plane.
The GAR Board of Directors believe that the far reaching impact of these changes may negatively effect a broad section of properties; their value, use and potential. As such, the Board unanimously agreed to take a position encouraging P&Z to delay voting on these measures until there is greater (and clearer) public understanding of these potential measures.
We know that you attended and supported us in November, however, this time we need you to actively engage your clients, your neighbors and friends to join in their support of more transparent government.
We have put together a web site ( where you can sign …

Recommendations For Fernando Branco: Latest by Raffy Dakessian, PhD

Recommendations For Fernando Vice President - Realtor NY & CTManhattan Custom Real Estate Services “Fernando Branco was a tremendous resource in my apartment search in Manhattan. He is extremely knowledgeable about the housing market, very well organized, a strong negotiator, and has a great personality. For example, Fernando was able to effortlessly schedule a complex itinerary of property visits when I had out-of-town family accompanying me during my search. I highly recommend Fernando to anyone in the market for a new home - it was a terrific experience working with him!”

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William Raveis to acquire Bellmarc

Acquisition would bring Shelton, Conn.-based William Raveis Real Estate to the city for the first time; Bellmarc boasts nearly 250 agents.

Bellmarc CEO Neil Binder and William Raveis' Westchester office
Bellmarc Realty is close to being acquired by Connecticut-based William Raveis Real Estate, sources tell Crain's. As The Real Deal previously reported in a profile of the firm in the April issue, William Raveis has sought to enter the Manhattan market ever since expanding to Westchester in July 2009. The Real Dealranked William Raveis the 10th largest firm in Westchester on the strength of its 80 agents and 98 residential listings averaging more than $1 million in value. Bellmarc had already sold its 50-building rental portfolio to Prudential Douglas Elliman last year. Crain's could not obtain details of the deal, and neither Bellmarc nor William Raveis would comment on the pending acquisition. The Real Deal

Manhattan-based Bellmarc Realty is close to being acquired by Willi…