WELCOME to the #1 resource for all your real estate needs. Ward is a Sales Vice President and heads up The Leading Homes Division at William Raveis. He is a Greenwich native, and both he and his associates specialize in Greenwich & Stamford, Connecticut. He has been a licensed Broker in Connecticut and New York for over 20 years. Please enjoy your visit and explore everything that our website has to offer including Greenwich listings, information for home buyers and sellers, and more about Ward.
2016 is off to a great start. If you're planning to sell your home in the next few months, nothing is more important than knowing a fair asking price. Our associates would love to help you with a FREE Market Analysis. We will use comparable sold listings along with listings that are currently active to help you determine the accurate market value of your home. I always caution potential sellers of those brokers that claims that they can sell your home for a ridiculously high price - this is a trick that is sometimes used to get a seller to list with them. In my experience of more than 40 years, overpriced homes always end up selling for less than properly priced homes.
GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute)
AHWD (At Home With Diversity)
NAR (National Association of Realtors)
CAR (Connecticut Association of Realtors)
GAR (Greenwich Association of Realtors)
Westchester Putnam MLS
Licensed Broker - CT, NY
Babson College, 1971
Worcester Junior College
Vermont Academy 1967
The Hotchkiss School
Greenwich Country Day School 1963
Who's Who in Executives & Professionals
Greenwich MLS Committee
Leading Homes of Greenwich - Past President
Davol Marketing Co. - Past President
Schieren Associates, Inc. - Past Sec/Treas
1996 Bermuda Race Watch Captain
Antique & Vintage Home Specialist
Farms & Equestrian Properties
Experienced in Modular Construction
Board of Trustees of Round Hill Community Church
Round Hill Community Church Stewardship Chair
Round Hill Community Church- Head Usher
Chamber of Commerce-Member
Habitat for Humanity Volunteer
Born and raised in Greenwich
Married with 3 boys: 27, 17, 14
Admissions Committee for Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Round Hill Community Church: Head Usher, BOD
Active Gym Member
Licensed Realtor since 1976
Licensed Broker since 1995
Owner of boutique Real Estate firm
Oversee Commercial & Residential Brokers
Former President - Leading Homes of Greenwich
Former owner of manufacturing and marketing company
Former owner of retail store/furniture manufacturer.
Greenwich--Back Country Specialist
Stamford--Waterfront and Back Country
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