What it’s like to be an agent in NYC’s far-flung neighborhoods

Great article from The Real Deal, featuring out GREAT agent, Bryant Mero. 
Reach out to Bryant at https://www.exitrealtysearch.com/agents/37-Bryant-Mero/ or https://www.facebook.com/bryant.mero.

The outer-borough hustle: What it’s like to be an agent in NYC’s far-flung neighborhoods

TRD takes you behind the scenes as resi agents in the Bronx, deep Brooklyn and Queens scrap for exclusives and build a local brand. 
By Eddie Small | October 11, 2017 07:00AM

On a lazy Thursday afternoon in August, Bryant Mero was pacing around an empty house in Throgs Neck, just hoping he wouldn’t get ghosted. It happens a lot.

“It is what it is. This is the job,” Mero said. “Sometimes you sit around and wait, and people don’t show up. They don’t even call.”

Mero, 41, was waiting at 241 Meagher Avenue, a 2,000-square-foot home in Throgs Neck that just hit the market for $555,000. He was supposed to show the place to three potential buyers, but only one couple actually showed up: George and Dawn Isaacs, who seemed pleased with the property but were concerned about the lack of parking for their three cars.

“I think they’re going to make an offer,” said the Exit Realty Search agent. “It may not be the greatest offer.” (They ended up not making an offer at all, but Mero found another couple willing to buy the house for $550,000... ENTIRE ARTICLE AT: https://goo.gl/UQ9NJq

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