As a Realtor®, Kenny Gross
Is Your Local Real Estate Connection
Buying, selling or investing real estate in the Andover, Massachusetts area. Whether it's your grandparent's home or your first home, a vacation home or that real estate investment property, Kenny Gross can help you, your family or friends in their real estate experience. With years in the construction industry and out-of-the-box thinking, Kenny Gross would be beneficial as your real estate consultant. Always thinking as a businessman and as a home owner, Kenny Gross & Associates have the understanding of what a home means. As your real estate consultant, we listen to what you want in a home! The years spent designing that custom project for each customer. Building that relationship into more than just a client/agent but knowing your likes and dislikes. Finding you that piece of real estate property that you can call home!
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Looking to buy, sell or invest in real estate in the Rockingham, Essex county areas and would like to find out more about our real estate services? At Kenny Gross & Associates, we are here to help you no matter what your real estate needs are. Want to know how the real estate market is? Check out my Market Insider tab it's full of local neighborhood information like schools, restaurants and housing trends. Each situation is different, and Kenny Gross can help guide you in the right direction when it comes to all your real estate needs.
Get a positive, helpful partner for buying or selling a home or investment property in towns like Andover, Boxford, Dracut, Haverhill, Lawrence, Methuen and North Andover, Massachusetts, as well as Salem, Pelham, and Windham, New Hampshire.
- Trusted resource for answers about the process
- Innovative marketing strategies
- Expertise about neighborhood features
- Ability to target home searches
- Strong negotiation skills
- Support through the closing and beyond