Congratulations to Marcy Heintz on her eleven year anniversary with Beach & Bartolo Realtors. Get to know more about Marcy below.
With a background in accounting and bookkeeping, Marcy has over 20 years of experience in the real estate industry, covering every facet of the business from Residential to Land and Commercial sales as well.
She believes in helping buyers and sellers with honest, straight forward, one on one personal, professional service. Born in New York City, Marcy spent most of her life in Columbia County and currently resides in the town of Ghent. She was formerly on the Board of Directors for both the Columbia Northern Dutchess MLS Service, as well as, The Columbia Greene Board of Realtors and enjoys skiing, hiking, collecting antiques, supporting local charities, traveling and entertaining.
Marcy believes that combining ‘hard work, perseverance and a sense of humor” can help anyone achieve their goals in life.
Marcy welcomes the opportunity to help you with any of your real estate needs, or simply to answer any Real Estate questions you may have. She can be reached at the office at 518-392-2700, or on her cell 518-821-8632.
Congratulations to Kimberley Brusie on her third anniversary with Beach & Bartolo Realtors. Get to know more about Kimberley below.
Raised in the agricultural world of dairy farming and educated at the University of Vermont in ag economics, Kim immersed herself in getting business done in the fields of milk marketing, healthcare, property insurance and real estate.
Kim is a native of Columbia County and resides in Copake Falls. She considers southeast Columbia and northeastern Dutchess counties especially BEAUTIFUL, FRIENDLY AND SAFE. Ancram, Copake, Hillsdale and Millerton are great places to do business and enjoy the rural life.
A REALTOR with many years of success arranging home and land sales, Kim is expecting to see you long after your closing and thus the Golden Rule is her guiding principle.
Kim is passionate about her family, working and playing outdoors, skiing and studying American history.
Kim welcomes the opportunity to help you with any of your real estate needs, or simply to answer any Real Estate questions you may have. She can be reached at the office at 518-392-2700, or at her home office 518-329-7220.
Congratulations to Jennifer Sesma on her second anniversary with Beach & Bartolo Realtors and as a Real Estate Agent. Get to know more about Jennifer below.
Jennifer was introduced to Columbia County and the Hudson Valley through weekend trips, escaping the city and the corporate world. After 13+ years living in Brooklyn, she finally bought a house and moved to the Village of Chatham full time in 2018. Jennifer joined Beach & Bartolo as a licensed Real Estate Salesperson in 2019 with the goal of helping others have a great experience with real estate whether they are selling their house/land or buying their first home, forever home or investment property.
She previously has 16+ years of specialty retail experience with a national chain of high end greeting card, stationery and women’s lifestyle stores. As a Director, she managed 26 retail stores across Manhattan, Westchester County and
Connecticut, and also frequently consulted with the real estate team on the portfolio of stores in those markets. She attended Massachusetts College of Art in Design and graduated in 2001 with a BFA in Printmaking.
Jennifer loves meeting and working with new people. She is hands on, has an eye for detail, is up front and honest, and works with a sense of urgency to get the job done. She is not afraid to think outside the box, is solution oriented and loves a challenge.
In her spare time you will find Jennifer gardening, fixing up her 1890 Victorian home, running or cycling country roads, or out exploring and enjoying everything Columbia County and the region has to offer.
Congratulations to Susan Wendelboe on her 12 year anniversary with Beach & Bartolo Realtors. Get to know more about Susan below.
Susan Wendelboe was born and raised in England. After graduating from high school, she moved to Switzerland for several years, where she obtained her hotel certificate.
After traveling to different parts of the world, Susan arrived in New York City and attended the New York School of Interior Design, while working for the British American Chamber of Commerce. Susan attended Fordham University at Lincoln Center and graduated with a BA in English.
In 1973, she and her family bought a weekend house in Columbia County and began dabbling in the real estate market. In 1997 they decided to leave the city and make Old Chatham their full time home. Susan opened a small food and gift shop that she ran for several years but the love of real estate was too strong and before long she obtained her broker’s license and has been happily working in the business ever since.
Susan welcomes the opportunity to help you with any of your real estate needs, or simply to answer any Real Estate questions you may have. She can be reached at the office at 518-392-2700, or on her cell 518-755-9027.
Congratulations to Deborah Kinney for 17 years of working with Beach & Bartolo Realtors. Get to know more about Deborah below.
Before I moved to this area, I worked as a real estate agent in NYC. I began with extensive training offered by Century 21, then joined MJ Raynes RE, moved onto William B. May, and there spent several years developing skills geared towards the investment RE market.
I was perfectly positioned then to assist my clients who had anticipated the RE market crash of the late 80’s. I eventually joined Morgan Barrington as Director Of Investment Sales. During those years I began visiting this region. My RE philosophy remains one in which the investment potential of purchasing RE is my primary focus in guiding my customers & clients.
It is my pleasure to find you your dream property or sell your current property, and I will work gladly at those tasks, but I will also do my best to enhance your financial portfolio with a profitable return.
Congratulations to Reta Tiano on his one year anniversary with Beach & Bartolo Realtors. Get to know more about Reta below.
I was fortunate enough to be born into a legacy of Columbia County real estate and agriculture, as my parents owned and operated Milton Meisner Realty, for decades. And for over a century, we have farmed this beautiful county. I was raised here and chose to do the same for the next generation. This county is my community and in such a small area, everyone is connected.
My background is diverse, including knowledge in the fields of accounting, general contracting, farming and real estate. I am not new to this industry, as I was licensed in real estate at age 18. I hold a BBA in Accounting from Sienna College and am the owner of Reta Tiano Consulting, a financial management business.
In some ways it feels as if I have come full circle, but with much more experience and wisdom. I have learned the soul of money and the uniqueness of each individual’s needs, which like a garden, must be nurtured and respected. It is a great honor to hold one’s trust and advocate on their behalf in order to assist in achieving their desired goals.
I look forward to servicing my clients to the best of my abilities and promise to bring honesty and integrity to every dealing.
Congratulations to Jessica Nayowith for 13 years of working with Beach & Bartolo Realtors. Get to know more about Jessica below.
A Philadelphia native, Jessica spent all her childhood summers on an apple orchard in Columbia County and became a full-time resident in 1994. She has been a hydroponic farmer and has grown gourmet mushrooms for local restaurants.
Having been a stay-at-home mom to two young daughters for six years, Jess’ love of working with people and her interest in real estate led her to Beach and Bartolo and is proud to join its professional and well respected team.
Jess also volunteers for a local charity and is a free-lance reporter for a local newspaper.
If you haven’t been reading the papers lately, you may have missed some very exciting and important news about our area.
A recent NY Times article stated that out of 926 metro areas, Hudson was Number 1, with the largest net migration. NYC residents have discovered Columbia County, and many now call it home. The pandemic allowed people to discover that not only could they successfully work from home, they could also enjoy a totally different, more relaxed lifestyle, with the added benefit of the great outdoors. Another boost to our community is a recent article that appeared on Realtor.com
that indicated that Hudson ranked 5th of places people were purchasing second homes. This year alone, Hudson has seen an 18.7 increase in the purchase of second homes. Part of the attraction to our area is the availability of Amtrak, and it’s easy access to NYC thus giving New Yorkers an easy means to stay connected to the city. As more & more people discover what we already knew, we can expect Columbia County to continue to grow and prosper.
Congratulations to Brian Wagner who is celebrating his Second year with Beach & Bartolo Realtors.
Brian fell in love with real estate 24 years ago when he bought his first home in Boston. He became so enamored with the whole process and the thrill of finding that perfect home that he put that passion to great use over the years by helping several friends navigate the waters on their way to finding the perfect home too, all while buying and selling several of his own. So, when he and his husband bought a weekend home in Austerlitz 13 years ago, it was only natural to begin a discussion of putting that passion to use in a more formal way once he was ready to leave the corporate world!
6 years ago Brian got his real estate license, 4 years ago he and his husband moved full time from NYC to their home in Austerlitz and the rest as they say is history! Brian brings over 30 years of business acumen to his career in real estate, having spent countless hours negotiating for and supporting his clients. This business knowledge coupled with his passion for real estate and love of Columbia County means someone who knows his way around a deal and will always be in your corner!
Congratulations to Donna Knight who is celebrating her third anniversary with Beach & Bartolo Realtors.
Donna believes that treating customers like family is both a guiding principle and a way of life.
Donna has lived in Columbia County for the past thirty years. She initially worked in computer software design. Her second child’s complicated medical and educational needs, created a passion to advocate for the disabled. She has worked closely with many families with disabled children in the Chatham Schoo
l District and beyond. She also serves on the board of COARC which is a chapter of the ARC of New York serving the disabled population of Columbia County as well as High-N-Mighty which is a PATH certified riding center.
Donna and her husband Jeff have been investing in real estate throughout the area for many years. She was a member of the Town of Canaan Planning board for ten years. She now brings this experience to help guide and advise buyers and sellers. Real Estate ownership and management has been the perfect avocation for an active mother of three now adult children. It is not uncommon to see her walking into the local building supply store in her paint stained jeans to pick up the materials needed to complete a repair.
In her free time, you will often see Donna in the warm weather months working in her flower gardens or soaking up the sun at Queechy Lake.
Donna welcomes the opportunity to help you with any of your real estate needs, or simply to answer any Real Estate questions you may have.