Today’s episode features Scott Haris, who takes us through his real estate journey, sharing the experiences that shaped him into a skilled agent. Learn valuable tips on buying and selling properties, and hear an incredible story of how Scott saved a multimillion-dollar deal from falling apart. Don't pass up this inspiring story of determination and achievement!
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About Scott Harris
Scott is a licensed associate real estate broker. Since 2003, Scott Harris has been involved in the marketing and sales of nearly 1 billion USD of New York City residential property. In 2014, Scott was recognized as the number 30 broker in New York City and among the top 250 in the nation in sales volume by the WSJ/ Real Trends Top 1000 list. He is regularly among the top 0.02% of realtors worldwide.
With a focus on People First and a philosophy of Visionary Brokerage, Scott and his team help their buyers and sellers uncover what is next for them in their lives, identifying and securing opportunities in cooperative apartments, landmarked townhouses, and condominiums.
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