Bronxville’s Carlson Real Estate merges with ERA Insite Realty of White Plains

TRD New York /
Aug.August 24, 2017 04:57 PM
Two family-owned Westchester real estate firms merged this week, the Westchester Business Journal reported. Bronxville’s Carson Real Estate, founded in 1972 by Marie Carlson and now run by her son Craig, will join ERA Insite Realty, a franchise of ERA that has operated as a family business in White Plains for 32 years. Previous to this, the Carlson brokerage was a franchise of Coldwell Banker. Craig Carlson will become an associate broker at ERA and will bring 20 brokers with him. Louis Budetti, principal broker of ERA Insite, said the merger worked because both firms “are both family-owned businesses and share common philosophies.” [WBJ]

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