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Robin Kencel

Robin Kencel

88 Field Point Rd

Greenwich, CT 06830

Office: 203.249.2943

Mobile: 203.249.2943


575 Madison Ave

New York, NY 10022

Office: 212.350.8500

 

Gracefully relentless from first meeting to close, Robin Kencel applies the business acumen she honed in the Executive Suite of Fortune 100 companies to brilliant effect in the real estate profession. Sharp negotiating skills, precise timing and expertise in marketing and strategic planning seamlessly unite to give her an impressive track record across all price segments of the Greenwich market—from introductory condominiums to multi-million dollar properties.

As part of a dynamic team, Robin has been ranked in the top 1% of all agent teams across the United States by the Wall Street Journal/Real Trends. She's also made the prestigious Douglas Elliman top producer agent teams, and earned her place among the top ten Greenwich realtors—in a field of 1,100.

Beyond the facts and numbers, Robin's deep roots in the worlds of interior design and historic preservation give her a unique perspective on every home. Whether preparing their homes for sale or evaluating the strength of a home under consideration, buyers and sellers seek Robin out precisely because she brings her full skill set—creativity, drive and detail-oriented focus—to every transaction.

As a six-time national ballroom champion, Robin applies the same high level of discipline and nimbleness her art demands to the real estate buying and selling process. Her enthusiasm for the art of the business is evident every step of the way. Robin's integrity, extreme discretion and commitment to success across the board have allowed her to build long-term relationships with clients from the worlds of finance, entertainment, professional sports and business.

A Connecticut native and long time Greenwich resident, Robin is also energetically invested in the community at large. She has served on a variety of community boards, currently chairs the Greenwich Historical Society's Landmark Recognition Program and serves on the First Selectman's Economic Advisory Council. All proof positive of her unwavering commitment to the place where she lives, works and serves her clients.

Robin's combination of larger-than-life passion and expertise are impossible to ignore—which is why publications from the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Greenwich Times actively seek her out, and why you'll find her featured frequently on both CBS's Living Large and WGCH radio.

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