Kriss Ferrara, Realtor in Stroudsburg, PA (Realty Executives )

405 Dogwood Rd

Stroudsburg , PA 18360

Poconos Realtor Expert serving Buyers and Sellers in the Poconos Mountains region of Monroe and contiguous counties of Northampton, Wayne, and Carbon.

Get to know Kriss Ferrara

Kriss' Real Estate Career began when she accepted a position to sell New Construction with a local quality home builder. She acquired a tremendous amount of working knowledge about constructing a good home as well as buying land and making it ready for the structure.She then moved to a company that specializes in Luxury New Home Construction. What goes into building a quality home is something that she learned from the ground up. Being in the building industry gave Kriss incredible insight that she has effectively put to use in her role as a Realtor. When it comes to resales, she can give excellent guidance to those who are new to the home buying experience, adeptly recognizing quality or the potential for it. She can give practical advice about a property's value in relation to its immediate state of repair.And Kriss really goes to work for her clients! She takes pride in giving her "all" to her job. She is also a no-pressure, patient individual who really listens to her Buyers and Sellers. Her clients like to work with her.You can find Kriss Ferrara handling transactions usually within Monroe County but include the contiguous counties of Northampton, Carbon, and Wayne. Some of the towns covered are Stroudsburg, East Stroudsburg, Tannersville, Swiftwater, Bartonsville, Scotrun, Saylorsburg, Brodheadsville, et al. Personal Originally from Seattle, Washington, Kriss, along with her husband, emigrated to the Poconos from New York city where they both lived and worked for 20 years.Finally, like so many before her and those who continue to follow, it was time for them to leave; their souls hungered for the things that only Nature can give! Kriss and her spouse built a getaway home in 1987. The weekend visits eventually evolved into a permanent move in 1990.Back then, the Poconos was still "raw" by their standards; places to shop just for groceries were far and few between, but, "Oh, look at us now!" There are plenty of places to shop for all kinds of necessities! And there is so much going businesses open up every day and the growth continues...The Poconos is a good place to be! 

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