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Mission Statement Of Sonnie Realty

We will provide the best service possible for every client we represent. We will never tell a client what they want to hear, if it is not reality. We will never enter into a client relationship where we know what is expected of us cannot be done in "good faith". We will never enter into an agreement with a client who is unrealistic in regards to proper pricing or property acquisition. When hired to sell or to purchase a client's home, we will always make a recommendation that can assist their home's value or help reduce its marketing time or help them find a home that fits their budget; even if it means telling them things that they do not want to hear.

WE ASSURE YOU THAT DURING OUR REAL ESTATE CAREER, WE WILL ALWAYS STRIVE FOR EXCELLENCE, AND WE WILL MAKE A COMMITMENT TO FOREGO A PORTION OF OUR LIFE IN EXCHANGE FOR CONTINUED EDUCATION SO THAT WE MAY BETTER SERVE OUR CLIENTS. Read Our Full Mission Statement

 

COMMUNITIES

Elmhurst

Elmhurst is a middle class neighborhood in the borough of Queens in NYC. Established as Newtown by it's dutch founders, Elmhurst now boasts a population of over 90.000 residents, a booming economy and an equally rapid cultural growth. It covers an area of nearly 750.00 acres, with a population density of nearly 117.9 inhabitants per acre.

Queens Village

Queens Village is a residential upper middle class neighborhood in the eastern part of Queens, NY. Founded as Little Plains in the 1640's, it now has a population of approximatelly 52.000 residents, and it covers an area of an area of 1,611.17 acres, with a population density of 32.6 inhabitants per acre.

Brooklyn

Brooklyn is the most populous borough in NYC, with an estimate of nearly 2.6 million residends as of 2015 census, covering an area of 71 square miles. Brooklyn also ranks as the third most populous city in the US, the top ones being Los Angeles and Chicago.

Ozone Park

Ozone Park is situated in the southwestern section of the borough of Queens, in New York City. It shares its borders with Woodhaven, Howard Beach, Richmond Hill, and City Line, Brooklyn. The name of "Ozone Park" was chosen with the intention of luring buyers with the idea of refreshing Atlantic Ocean breezes and park like communities.

South Ozone Park

Normally a neighborhood in Ozone Park, South Ozone Park is mostly situated in the east of Ozone Park, despite it's name. It is home to a population of nearly 45,498 residents of diverse cultures and religions, and thanks to a surge in local development, it rivals neighboring communities in terms of home value.

Springfield Gardens

A working-class neighborhood in the southeastern area of Queens, Springfield Gardens was first settled by Europeans in 1660 and it currently covers an area of 23.54 acres, including the Springfield Lake at its center. Major residential development back in the 1920's brough an increase in population up to 13,089 residents as of 2010 census.