We’ve been in love with Greenwich since 1924.
We know you’ll love it too.

We’re the Greenwich Association of REALTORS®. We love our town and all the people in it. Our remarkably diverse community includes Old Greenwich, Central Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside, Glenville, Byram, Banksville and the historic Backcountry and Midcountry. Whether you want to live in a landmark mansion along the waterfront, or a townhouse within walking distance to a great coffee shop, our 1,000+ professional REALTOR members can help you find the perfect place to live.


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Continuing Education

The Greenwich Association of REALTORS is pleased to offer a variety of Continuing Education courses to help you fulfill your requirements for the 2018-2020 CE Cycle. Take advantage of these locally-hosted classes to complete your credits necessary to keep your CT Salesperson or Brokers license active with the state.

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Buyers & Sellers

Living in Greenwich means having an exceptional quality of life — quiet country living paired with urbane sophistication, excellent schools, upscale shopping and dining, and resort-quality beaches and recreation. Whether you’re looking for a new home or ready to say farewell to your current one, we’re here to support you with our our highly specialized local experts.

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Real estate professionals who are members of the National Association of Realtors® have access to a wide array of benefits, business tools, real estate market data, educational opportunities, and discount programs designed to help them succeed in today’s market.

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Greenwich Communities

Greenwich is one the most extraordinary, beautiful, and architecturally intact villages in all of Connecticut. It’s home to artists, actors, sports personalities, corporate executives, and leaders in the world of finance. The fifty square miles of this wealthy and diverse community stretch from the backcountry to the Long Island Sound and encompass several villages or hamlets, each with its own distinct identity and geography.

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