SCARSDALE, N.Y. – Judith Cascone has joined the Scarsdale brokerage firm of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Cascone is a licensed real estate broker with nearly 20 years of industry experience, specializing in the Rivertowns, Hastings-on-Hudson, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow areas of Westchester. She was previously with Houlihan Lawrence.
“Judith is a very talented broker who provides world-class service and warm hospitality to her clients,” said Gabe Pasquale, executive vice president of Elliman’s Westchester brokerage. “Her integrity and profound knowledge of the Westchester County market is unparalleled and we are thrilled to welcome her to the Douglas Elliman team.”
Throughout the intricate process of buying and selling properties, Cascone takes pride in delivering unbiased information and honest, forthright guidance to all her clients. “Relationships are the heart of the real estate business, even more so than properties,” Cascone said. “My clients are my top priority, and I treat them as such throughout the transaction and beyond.”
During her tenure in the real estate business, Cascone has attained the prestigious certified buyers representative and the Graduate Realtor Institute designations. She has also been awarded numerous accolades from the Westchester County Board of Realtors, and titled a “Five Star Realtor” by Westchester Magazine for 2012 and 2013.
A Miami native, Cascone studied communications at the University of Florida and also holds a degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan. She lives in Hastings-on-Hudson and is very involved in the Rivertowns community activities, including the Rivertowns Art Council. Cascone is a member of the Hudson Valley Writers Center, as well as the Jacobs Film Center. She is also an avid gardener.
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