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Coming to real estate from a successful career in publishing, Christine Morgan brings her clients and customers an editor's attention to detail and an orderly approach to realizing their real estate goals. It makes her a real pro at helping people focus their objectives, think creatively about their options, and find the best ways to close a deal.
Christine first became interested in real estate 20 year ago when she purchased her first home on Long Island's North Shore, where her two sons were born. Some years later she navigated her family's move to Manhattan, and ever since she has thoroughly enjoyed the many pleasures and challenges of raising children in New York City. Now living on the Upper East Side, she's seen real estate from all perspectives, as buyer, seller, owner, landlord, renter—and she knows what to look for from angle.
As a reporter for Time magazine, Christine’s natural charm and graciousness opened the doors to interviews; but it was her diligence and preparation that got her the stories. It taught her to prepare well, ask probing questions, and listen carefully. From Time she moved to Reader's Digest as a research director on consumer health books, taking responsibility for stories where mistakes could have serious consequences. Here again she took on each project with the good humor, calm demeanor, and focused attention to detail that's been a constant hallmark of her career. All these are skills Christine brings to what she sees as her primary goal as a sales professional: helping people identify and attain their real estate objectives. Now with The Corcoran Group, Christine loves the independence and sense of personal responsibility that comes with entrepreneurship. She finds particularly appealing the idea of building a customer base and growing a business through the satisfaction she's personally brought to her customers and clients. In the end it's all about helping people find homes where they'll be happy or sell homes where they'll take the greatest advantage of the equity they've built.
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