Associate Real Estate Broker
With his 30 years of experience his clients have been able to take advantage of his knowledge and exceptional personal service, whether they were Buying or Selling their homes.
As a life long resident of this community he is familiar with the benefits the community has to offer, his familiarity allows him to accurately price your home which means Results in getting his clients homes Sold.
Rich's hobbies include fishing and golfing which have allowed him to become familiar and knowledgeable of Golf Community Living and Water Front Properties.
Real Estate is Rich’s passion, that’s why the largest part of his business comes from referrals and past clients. His greatest joy however is his 13 year old daughter.
Let Rich share with you his Marketing Plan for the Successful Sale of your home, which accomplishes his client’s objectives and makes the experience a truly enjoyable one.
At the beginning of 2006 Rich Greco joined RE/MAX Realty Group, Rochester's # 1 Real Estate Office. He did this for several reasons: to better serve his clients with access to www.remax.com and www.rochestersagent.com Rochester's most recognized internet address, along with many other websites that are affiliated with the RE/MAX name. His ability to create a strong advertising campaign to suit the individual needs of each client just makes his Marketing Plan stronger for the Successful Sale of your Home!
Rich Greco fits Right in with RE/MAX Realty Group's company statement "Total Commitment, Proven Performance"!
In 2005 Rich received the honor of being Nothnagle’s # 4 Agent in the company that has over 600 agents. One of Rich’s greatest achievements in real estate.
Numerous “Nothnagle Realtor Top 25” Award from 1997-2005.
2005 Sales Master Platinum Award winner in which the top 1% of Realtors receive from the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors.
1997 Nominee for Realtor of the Year.
Consistent Sales Master Gold Award, given by the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors.
Consistent winner of the Zenith Award, which is given by the Woman’s Council of Realtors.
Sales Person of the year for Coldwell Banker, James Flammia Realtors, from 1989-1994.
Here is what just a few of his clients have to say.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your efforts in selling our home and finding us our new home. Your patience with us was greatly appreciated. Your professionalism really shined throughout the entire process of selling and buying our home”.
D & K Yaeger (Pittsford)
“Just wanted to send you a quick note of thanks for all your help. I sincerely appreciate all the time and effort you put forth in helping me to find my new home”.
B. Adams (Brighton)
“I would like to take the opportunity to commend Rich Greco on an outstanding job relative to my recent home purchase. My wife and I recently relocated to Rochester from San Diego. As with and relocation, time frames are tight and schedules are constantly changing. Rich not only understood the stress related to relocating but was always willing to flex his schedule to meet our need.
I have been exposed to many different Realtors in my four relocations and can honestly say Rich ranks at the top relative to knowledge of the local real estate market. His professionalism and timely follow-through and follow-up are strong attributes which helps make him stand out from the rest.
My hat is off to Rich Greco for a job well done in finding my wife and me a home in which we are comfortable and pleased with. I will recommend Rich to anyone who is looking for a qualified, professional Realtor, who goes above and beyond for his clients”.
Mark Brienzi (Perinton)
Manager, Field Implementation
Eastman Kodak Company
“It was refreshing to see someone handle a city home with the same dedication as a more expensive home in the suburbs. We will always think highly of you and your No Nonsense business manner. We will always recommend you to our friends and family”.
T. Nadelen (Irondequoit)
“I was looking for an agent and found a good friend. All that you did is gratefully acknowledged and appreciated."
M. Muldoon (Irondequoit)