Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Park Slope - Fifth Avenue Office
Tel: (718) 613-2056
Peggy Aguayo is the consummate professional. With more than 30 years in the real estate industry, she is knowledgeable, dedicated and has the ability to seamlessly navigate even the most complex transactions in any economic situation. She is focused on customer service and is extremely goal oriented, always attentive and available for her clients. In her own words, "The most enjoyable part of my job is satisfying the individual needs of my clients. Truly listening and offering them valid choices, helping them prioritize their needs. Then finally, seeing the smile on their face at closing and knowing I was a part of their newfound happiness."
Born and raised in Crown Heights and now a resident of Park Slope, Brooklyn real estate is in Peggy's blood. Her grandfather was a broker and all of her children have entered into the industry. She began her own real estate firm in 1984 and built it up to success, then in 2013 she merged with Halstead Property. She possesses expertise in all facets of the industry, from design and staging, to negotiation, to marketing, all skills which are a tremendous asset to her clientele.
Peggy is well versed in all of brownstone Brooklyn, she was called "The Czarina of Park Slope Real Estate" by New York Times Magazine and has been dubbed a "Brooklyn Treasure." She has had vast success, having sold well over $100 million in properties. One of the highlights of her career was renovating an entire block of abandoned eight-family tenements into viable middle-class homes. "I like to think that my sellers and buyers have a unique advantage with my 30 years in real estate," she states. "Like a wonderful wine that only gets better with age. I also believe very strongly in collaboration and tend to have two to three colleagues that I work with on most of my deals, maximizing the service I provide."
Halstead Brooklyn, LLC
The following are selected closed transactions in which Peggy Aguayo represented the buyer, the seller, or both:
With the Brooklyn brand now slapped on everything from Dubai diners to French clothing — and with a Park Slope resident in City Hall — Kings County has, perhaps, never seen its star shine brighter. And real estate firms...
The Real Deal - Friday, August 01, 2014
It sounds, at first, as practical as it is idyllic: rather than resign yourself to renting for the rest of your life, simply buy a brownstone with friends. Split the chores and the mortgage, get more bang for your buck,...
Brick Underground - Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Ruth Harrigan’s modest backyard in Douglaston, Queens, is a testament to efficient use of space, packed with an ambitious vegetable garden, a drum to collect rainwater, a compost heap, a picnic table and a well-loved swing set. And then there...
New York Times - Friday, July 25, 2014
115 St. James Place, Clinton Hill A conversion of this brownstone would leave you with three units: one triplex with three bedrooms, a family room, and a deck and garden; the middle floor, a two-bedroom with a terrace; and a...
New York Magazine - Wednesday, July 16, 2014
If there's one question that's been in the air these days about the New York City real-estate market, it's this: Is there anyplace that's affordable anymore? Not Bedford-Stuyvesant, apparently. According to the Post, a couple...
New York Magazine - Wednesday, July 03, 2013
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