Glenda Koda came to be one of Rockland’s premier real estate professionals after a successful 20 year career as a fashion executive in New York City’s garment industry. As vice president of design for such companies as J. Crew, The Limited and Anne Klein (A-Line), she honed skills that were easily transferable to a successful career in real estate.
As a listing agent Glenda is best known for superb marketing, always utilizing the newest technology within a comprehensive marketing program to increase your home’s exposure, keeping in mind the ultimate goal is to sell your home quickly and for the best price.
Glenda is also an Accredited Buyer’s Representative and particularly enjoys helping first time home buyers navigate the challenging real estate market. Her local expertise will find you the home of your dreams, but her negotiating skills will help make that dream home yours!
Selecting a full time agent with strong negotiating, marketing and technological skills is a must in today’s ever-changing and challenging real estate market, but finding an agent who combines such skills with a warm, friendly and welcoming demeanor will make your experience in buying or selling a home in Rockland a pleasure.
Founding member of prestigious ROCKLAND COUNTY REAL ESTATE REVIEW BOARD (2013 to present)
Award winning, multi-million dollar producer from 2008 to present.
#1 Listing Agent in West Nyack for 2013 ( highest dollar volume of listings sold!)
Licensed Associate Broker, ABR (Accredited Buyers Representative since 2009)
Certified Relocation Specialist
Member Hertiage Of West Nyack Organization
Member New York State Association of REALTORS® , Rockland County Board of REALTORS® , Greater Hudson Valley MLS, National Association of REALTORS®
Member Clarkstown PTA, Rockland Center for the Arts
On a personal note, Glenda lives, works, and happily raises a family in Clarkstown. Her two daughters attended Clarkstown South High School. Her husband, Mark, works as a CFO in New York City and her two Vizslas don’t do much except sleep and eat and play…which is how it’s supposed to be!