Kaye Lewis
203-403-6721203-403-6721
Meet the Agent

Coldwell Banker Previews International

Real Answers...Real Expertise...Real Results!

Kaye Lewis's experience, in and beyond the real estate industry, is nothing short of impressive. With over 25 years of experience exclusive to the Greenwich CT real estate market, she is regarded as one of the most sought after Realtors in Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside and Old Greenwich. An internationally recognized broker and a top producer since 1987, Kaye owned and managed her own local independent firm and previously managed several other Greenwich realty firms preceding her current post at Coldwell Banker in Greenwich.  


Kaye excels through sharing her market knowledge, negotiation acumen and marketing expertise with her clients. Her customer base, which consists largely of loyal repeat clients and a strong referral network, demonstrates her ability to respond to a broad range of needs and expectations. She believes that any agent can list or show a home, but the broker who provides up-to-date pertinent information allows a client to make the right decisions. Kaye specializes in new luxury construction projects, as well as equestrian and waterfront properties.


Coldwell Banker Previews International 203 249 9603 kaye@kayelewis.com
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  • Home Sales Up Year-Over-Year

    Some Highlights This is the 48th consecutive month with year-over-year price gains. Lawrence Yun, NAR’s Chief Economist says that, “The main issue continues to be a supply & affordability problem. Finding the right property at an affordable price is burdening many potential buyers.” Inventory is still below historic norms at a 4.4 month supply.

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    91.5% of Homes in the US Have Positive Equity

    CoreLogic’s latest Equity Report revealed that one million borrowers regained equity in their homes in 2015. The outlook for 2016 remains positive as well, as an additional 850,000 properties would regain equity if home prices rose another 5% this year.  The study also revealed: 95% of homes valued over $200,000 now have a positive equity […]

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    Further Proof This Isn’t a Housing Bubble

    Two weeks ago, we posted a blog which explained that current increases in home prices were the result of the well-known concept of supply & demand and should not lead to conversations of a new housing bubble. Today, we want to look at home prices as compared to current incomes. Here is a graph showing […]

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