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Paige Nelson streamlines the real estate process with her knowledge of New York's unique neighborhoods, preparedness in serving clients and accuracy in matching them with the most suitable properties. Buyers, sellers and renters appreciate her no-nonsense yet very thorough approach, which ensures the best results in the least amount of time.
Paige's efficiency and effectiveness can also be attributed to the great care she takes in listening to clients and understanding their goals. There is nothing cookie cutter about the way she works when it comes to finding the right space for each customer's needs. She is both aware that a home is quite personal to one's lifestyle and committed to doing what it takes to secure exactly what a client wants. That's why she spends more of her time prequalifying properties, providing photos, floor plans and fact sheets, and even previewing inventory before showings.
Being keenly aware of her clients' time commitments inspires Paige's use of various digital tools, including Flickr, social networks and mobile messaging, to keep the process organized and provide up-to-the-minute data and visuals. She is a valuable partner in the real estate process who also strives to educate clients and keep them abreast of their options. Paige can often also see potential in a property that may very well suit someone's needs but might otherwise not have been considered. With Paige working on a client's behalf, a needle in a haystack is not always as elusive as it seems.
Residing on the Upper East Side, Paige has loved Manhattan life since 2002. She still continually appreciates the distinct architecture and design inherent in its wonderful buildings and unique spaces. Paige also enjoys giving back to her community. She volunteers time at the ASPCA and with Dress for Success, helping women find their way back into the work force. Paige is additionally a supporter of green building and environmental conservation, joining with Sotheby's International Realty to support the work of Conservation International.