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RoseAnn Hermann

RoseAnn Hermann

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Riverdale Office

RHermann@Halstead.com

Tel: (718) 878-1924
Cell: (914) 522-3245

There are several reasons why you may be looking for a real estate agent. Perhaps you have decided to sell your home, or you are looking to buy a home. Maybe you are considering purchasing a multi-family investment property. All of these circumstances require specific skills.

As a Halstead agent, I can assure you that I have the best, most current tools, both technologically and factually, to get the job done to your greatest satisfaction. I also bring the practical knowledge acquired living in NYC and Westchester, where I know my way around.

I was born and raised in the Bronx and educated in public schools, including LaGuardia High School where I was a music major. I moved back to NYC after living and raising my children in Westchester, lived in Hudson Heights and currently reside in Inwood with my husband and partner, George. At the same time that I was the president of an internet marketing company I was an advocate for a variety of social justice causes on the local, state and national fronts, something I continue to pursue passionately.

I put that same passion into advocating for the best outcome for you when you are ready to sell or buy a home or an investment property. I am committed to meeting high standards serving my clients. That, along with my tenacity and thoroughness, is a winning combination for getting the job done very well, where all parties involved are more than satisfied. Buying or selling, these are significant events, and they deserve nothing less than your complete satisfaction and happiness.

Through the entire process, I will be there, along with my experience developed over the years as a real estate sales person, a New Yorker and as a trusted advisor.

I look forward to working with you.

Halstead Riverdale, LLC

Current Listings

Past Closings

The following are selected closed transactions in which RoseAnn Hermann represented the buyer, the seller, or both:

TOWNHOUSES
COOPERATIVES AND CONDOMINIUMS
RENTALS

Featured Blog Posts

This Year's Staycation, A Day in Yonkers
This Year's Staycation, A Day In Yonkers

Founded in 1646 by Adriaen Van der Donck, whose title “Jonkheer” (Dutch for “young gentleman”) became the city’s name, Yonkers served as the administrative center for the vast Philipse manor estate until the American Revolution. Incorporated as a village in 1855 and a city in 1872, Yonkers’ location ensured its...
Saturday, August 1, 2015

Behind the Names of Washington Heights
Behind The Names Of Washington Heights

Today’s blog is brought to you by the letters A through S, and the numbers 155 through 190. What’s in a name? Shakespeare gave Juliet, and the world, the opportunity to ponder this question. Indeed, what is in, or behind, the names of some of the streets and landmarks in...
Wednesday, April 1, 2015

What Are The Must Have Building Amenities?
What Are The Must Have Building Amenities?

Many years ago we stayed in a “boutique” hotel in San Francisco. The hotel info boasted about their amenities. We soon discovered what they were. Hardly exaggerating, they basically were the shelves in the closet, a hook on the bathroom door, and the window! We have since used the word...
Wednesday, March 11, 2015

5 Top Picks for a Romantic NYC Valentines Day
5 Top Picks For A Romantic NYC Valentines Day

I Love New York. I was born here, grew up here, and have come back any time I left. People come to live in New York for a wide variety of reasons, but essentially, it boils down to love. We love the opportunities this city offers, culturally, intellectually and economically....
Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Washington Heights - Home of the Wintry Treat
Washington Heights - Home Of The Wintry Treat

WHERE TO FIND WINTRY TREATS IN WASHINGTON HEIGHTS By: Team Hermann , Licensed Real Estate Salesteam at Halstead Property’s Washington Heights Office. Temperatures have dropped, leaves that remain on the trees have turned to...
Monday, December 1, 2014

9 Places & 1 Awesome Event in Wash Heights
9 Places & 1 Awesome Event In Wash Heights

Shhh, there are secrets I am about to reveal, places and events that the folks who live in Washington Heights and Inwood already know about. This list could be twice as long, but we’ll start with 10 of our favorite first. Try some of these on for size, and hurry...
Saturday, November 1, 2014

NYC Must Do: 2014 Medieval Festival
NYC Must Do: 2014 Medieval Festival

Every autumn, the scenic hills and dales of Fort Tryon Park in Northern Manhattan are transformed into a Medieval Kingdom, complete with a cast of kings and queens, jousters and jesters, and even a castle. This year’s Medieval Festival at Fort Tryon Park is on September 28th, from 11:30AM to...
Saturday, September 20, 2014

NYC Must Do: Shakespeare in the Park
NYC Must Do: Shakespeare In The Park

The first time I saw one of Shakespeare’s plays performed live, I was 6 years old, and it was in the schoolyard of PS 89 in the Bronx. Like magic, a stage appeared where a trailer truck had stood, and from my seat in the bleachers they erected just...
Thursday, June 26, 2014

Events Upcoming for NYC Pride Month
Events Upcoming For NYC Pride Month

une is officially Pride Month in New York City and virtually every neighborhood in the entire city has lots of Pride events for the whole family to enjoy. The following are a select few of my favorite annual Pride events: Beyond Labels at Fort Washington Collegiate Church – Hudson Heights. In...
Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Hamilton Heights Spotlight by RoseAnn Herman
Hamilton Heights Spotlight By Roseann Herman

What does the increased interest in brownstones and townhomes in Harlem and Alexander Hamilton all have in common? The answer is the neighborhood of Hamilton Heights.Located in northern Manhattan, Hamilton Heights lies between West 135th and West 155th Streets to the south and north, and between Edgecombe Avenue and the...
Thursday, May 22, 2014

Washington Heights

Halstead’s Executive Director of Sales Gus Perry leads you on a tour of the Washington Heights Section of Upper Manhattan. Washington Heights has a strong community feel as supported by its mom-and-pop shops. Fort Tryon Park is the “jewel” of Washington Heights. The park home is to exquisite gardens and The Met’s medieval exhibit at the Cloisters. Watch and learn...

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