The best part of our job is guiding people like you in finding their place in the NYC suburbs. Over the past year, we've helped our clients navigate one of the most competitive and unprecedented real estate markets in recent history. Here are 3 things we've told our clients to help them find success in this real estate market.

1. Consider Similar Towns

We can learn about what's important to you and guide you in finding towns in both NY and CT that meet your needs. If there's a certain town you love, we'll be able to recommend similar towns so that you can expand your options. Check out our neighborhood guides to start learning about the different towns in the NYC suburbs.

2. Start Looking

Start viewing houses in person so that you can get to know the market, experience the neighborhoods, and easily compare different homes. With Compass Collections, you can get automatic updates on new listings meeting your criteria, easily save, comment and share with others. If you would like to start a Collection, fill out our buyer questionnaire. Then contact us to start viewing in person!

3. Don't Do It Alone

It can be an exhausting market for buyers who do this on their own. As agents, we're here to take the pressure off and negotiate on your behalf, helping you present the strongest offer possible. We understand the nuances that come along with each deal and can advise you each step of the way. And best of all, our services are completely free to you.

If you have questions about how to navigate this real estate market, reach out to us today!

Brought to you by Brittany + Christa


We're not your typical real estate agents. As former city dwellers, we appreciate the qualities that make city lifestyle so unique, from the convenience of walking to your favorite restaurant or corner store to the vast and diverse cultural and entertainment activities. But we’ve also experienced the challenges and frustrations that are motivating you to seek change. During our transition from the city to the suburbs, we had the same thoughts, concerns and questions, prompting us to create a better way to navigate the suburban home search process for others.