Nicholas Rutkowski

Nicholas Rutkowski

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Languages Spoken:

  • English
  • 315-214-2277
  • 315-857-5042 ext Nick
  • 315-214-2282
  • 5008-5010 W. Genesee Street
    Camillus, NY 13031
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  I have an unsurpassed knowledge of the local market, which enables me to consistantly match clients with their ideal properties. I also excel at the negotiating table, navigating through the most challenging situations with ease.

Central to my success is the dedication to to my clients. Clients are surprised to find I am warm and down-to-earth, with the ability to connect with them on a personal level. I am my clients' greatest advocate, always keeping their interests top of mind. By working with me I will get you what you need, in the time you need it.

You will be provided with the latest marketing system developed by Coldwell Banker Prime, CBX.  CBX gives you with information on who is looking to purchase a home in your neighborhood. It determines the demographics of homeowners in your neighborhood and compares them to the surrounding areas. This will accurately show which area is the best match to market your property and which groups should be specifically marketed. Marketing to these groups will increase the chances to sell your house and get the price you want. This marketing system also works for buyers too, we can determine which demographics of people you want to live with so you can feel apart of the community. Due to the new innovation and technology, not every house or buyer will be eligible to use this system. Call and ask to for more information on CBX or to see if you or your house are a match today. 

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  • First Time Home Buyers
  • First Time Sellers
  • Investment Properties
  • Short sales and Foreclosures
  • Commercial Properties
  • For Sale by Owners

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