A Rio Vista resident for years and now at Las Olas’ Symphony for six years, Peggy brings an “insider’s view” to Fort Lauderdale’s coveted downtown real estate. A past president of a South Florida beach condominium, Peggy’s knowledge of renovations, condo rules and dynamics smooths the path for clients as they progress through the sometimes-arduous approval process. A thoughtful listener and communicator, Peggy recognizes not only the joy, but the stress and anxiety associated with real estate, whether buying or selling.
A New Yorker at heart, Peggy managed a $100 million commercial real estate portfolio for a Wall Street firm for twenty something years before venturing into South Florida’s luxury residential real estate. With a strong business background and an analytical bent, she provides sellers with detailed marketing plans and in-depth valuations. Drawing from her prior career as SVP & Chief Administrative Officer of a major financial services corporation, including her experience building a headquarters, Peggy brings a broad view to every engagement.
Her insight into what buyers are seeking, particularly during the pandemic, has enabled her to beat the average closing time for sellers as she astutely matches buyers with properties that meet their expectations, particularly for those who desire to live on the water.
Living downtown at the Symphony, which she considers to be Fort Lauderdale’s most undervalued luxury property, her knowledge of the downtown market makes her a sought-after guide both for urban dwellers in search of waterview properties in serene settings and for investors in search of income-producing luxury rentals.
In her spare time, she coaches young entrepreneurs, as part of Harvard’s “Recover & Rebuild” initiative, to help small businesses survive and grow during the pandemic. In response to the times, she also works with an increasing clientele who prefer to purchase holiday and investment properties virtually, avoiding the health risks of travel and in person showings.