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RE/MAX joins rush to Queens

RE/MAX has planted another flag in Queens as the borough adjusts to its new status as the home of Amazon HQ2.

Broker/Owner William Levin has opened RE/MAX City Square at 68-60 Austin Street in Forest Hills.

‟Queens is a hot market with significant construction and the recent announcement by Amazon that they will open a headquarters here,” said Levine. “We know RE/MAX is the right brand to serve those who live in this market as well as people who come here from across the nation and around the world.

The office serves property buyers and sellers in Forest Hills and communities throughout Queens.
Levin and his team have been active in the real estate industry for decades and have over 100 years combined experience.

The RE/MAX City Square office currently has 15 real estate professionals who focus on residential real estate sales with a specialty in the luxury sector of the market. Over the next year, Levine plans to add over 10 more professionals.

“The RE/MAX brand, along with our office culture, will support the growth of our business,” added the broker/owner. “Our approach to the real estate business is based on strong principals of professionalism, collaboration and mentoring. We know RE/MAX is the right brand to serve those who live in this market as well as people who come here from across the nation and around the world.

Terri Bohannon, region vice president, RE/MAX New York Region, said Levine “recognized the power the RE/MAX brand had to offer and we are certain that RE/MAX City Square will thrive.” RE/MAX City Square is the third RE/MAX office to open in New York City in the past 12 months.

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