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Mary Case Friedner 
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    About Mary
    After more than 30 years of helping people buy and sell homes in Westchester County, particularly in the Hudson River towns, I must admit that I have become quite an expert in getting it done well and I’m proud of my tremendous knowledge and expertise in the area that I love so dearly. I’ve also loved my clients very dearly and they have become, for the most part, my extended family. I think of Real Estate as a mission to help people ...
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    Mary had been our buyers' agent when we bought in Ossining, and she really looked out for us as we looked around in an area we didn't know well. She kept in touch after we bought, even coming to our backyard wedding. So 10 years later, we brought her back as our sales' agent. We had her on hand in January 2022 when we wanted advice on the things we needed to do to our house before selling it, and there was MUCH we had to do that we didn't expect. And for several reasons, that work took us to December 2022 before we finished. Mary didn't lose patience with our delays, missed deadlines, or anxieties, which flared up several times along the way, especially once we hit fall. She was comforting but unyielding on what we needed to do, and pushed us toward our goal. If I had to pick the one big reason to use Mary, I'd say that combination is her calling card, and compassion is her brand. Of course, she was helpful in setting a price, and it certainly brought folks to see the house. She created great materials
    slide show, diagrams, prose descriptions. We thought we had a good product, but even in winter it was far more popular than any of us expected. We had an offer for way, way over asking price the third day, I think, but on Mary's advice, we kept it on the market three more days