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Pam & Joe Honored as Heroes at CHI 25th Anniversary

Pam and Joe Moshé have continually made it their mission to give back to the neighborhoods that they serve. In doing so, they spend a considerable amount of time on charitable endeavors, including their support for Community Housing Innovations, Inc. (CHI), for which they were honored as the inaugural “CHI Heroes” during the organization’s 25th Anniversary Celebration at the Melville Marriot on Thursday, October 19.  With five children and nine grandchildren, Pam and Joe know what Read More

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Ruth, Satish, Howell and Bill Take LIBOR Leadership Roles

Pam and Joe Moshé are pleased to applaud Ruth F. Pfeffer, Vidyavrat “Satish” Chandra, Howell Silverman and William “Bill” Moseley for each of their respective appointments to leadership roles within the Long Island Board of Realtors (LIBOR) for 2017. Ruth was named as a Director of LIBOR for 2017 and as President-elect for the Central Nassau Chapter of LIBOR, for which she is serving her second year as a Director. A graduate of Hofstra University, Read More

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Charles Rutenberg Realty Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc. (CRRLI) is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year. Over the past decade, the real estate firm has established its place as a leading Agency in the New York Metro area with unprecedented growth brought on by its unique business model that offers the highest commission split in the industry and innovative programs that provide the support necessary to help Agents succeed in today’s market.

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Charles Rutenberg Realty Experiences Exponential Growth During Turbulent Times in the Real Estate Market

October 29, 2014 Firm’s Roster Quickly Approaching 1,000 Agents – Offers New Programs and Opens New Satellite Offices PLAINVIEW, NY — This year’s local Real Estate market has been in a state of flux. While home prices and sales have steadily risen throughout most of the year, they have been affected by recent interest rate increases. The combined rate increases and prices are still making it difficult for many to afford a new home — Read More