Kermanshahchi joins Houlihan Lawrence

Longtime Scarsdale resident Linda Kermanshahchi has joined Houlihan Lawrence at its Scarsdale brokerage. She brings a wealth of real estate experience to her clients and a knowledge of her local community. She previously worked for William Raveis in Scarsdale, where she held the position of agent and associate sales manager.

“Helping families to find the home that is just right for them and showing them how to take full advantage of all their new community has to offer is what I do best,’’ said Kermanshahchi, who graduated from Scarsdale High School and grew up in Scarsdale. “I’m excited to join a firm with such a stellar reputation and to work with a great group of talented agents.”

Kermanshahchi began her career in real estate in 2011 with Platinum Drive Realty in Scarsdale. She joined William Raveis in 2015. Prior to her work in real estate, Kermanshahchi was a stockbroker with her Series 7 license.

Since then Kermanshahchi has made her mark in real estate, earning numerous sales awards. She received the Five Star Professional Award in 2017, 2018 and 2019 and the Chairman's Club Award for 2018, achieving sales in the top 10 percent of the company. Other awards included The Platinum Drive Star Award 2013, Super Star 2014, Super Star 2015 for outstanding performance in sales and client services and Westchester Real Estate Sales Excellence Top Producer 2014.  

In addition to her strong roots in Scarsdale, Kermanshahchi’s local connections include work for several philanthropic causes including Impact 100, Pet Rescue NY, Toys for Tots, Be the Match, Cycle for Survival, Haiti Mayfair and the Damon Runyun Foundation. 

She is a graduate of the State University of New York College at Purchase, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics.

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