Thomas J. McGroder began a career in real estate after retiring from law enforcement. Thomas is an active member of The Greater Capital Association of REALTORS®, The Eastern New York Multiple Listing Service, Northville Rotary and the Southern Adirondack Chamber of Commerce. He formerly served as the President of the the Southern Adirondack Board of REALTORS®, and received the "2011 REALTOR® of The Year" awarded by the Southern Adirondack Board of REALTORS®. He is also a member of the National Association of REALTORS®, New York State Association of REALTORS® and formerly served as the NYSAR® Regional Vice President for the Capital District. Thomas is committed to working hard for his clients so the purchase or sale goes as smoothly as possible. He is an experienced real estate professional who is skilled in negotiation and has extensive expertise in the local real estate market and current trends. “When you’re ready to buy or sell a home, rely on my experience, skillful negotiation and market savvy to bring you great results."
“My strong commitment to core values of honesty and integrity set me apart in the industry. I’m constantly paying attention to details throughout the process, being effective and ethical while maintaining a personal connection with my clients."
“After retiring from a career in law enforcement, I wanted to find something that would be as rewarding, but in in a different kind of way. Helping people was a big part of my previous career, so going into real estate was a natural transition.”
“I worked with an elderly couple who were executors to an estate and they were in charge of selling it. The house was packed solid with stuff and they weren’t able to clean it out. I told them not to worry, that I would take care of all the details. It took three 30-yard dumpsters and two weeks but we managed to clear the house, get it cleaned, staged and on the market in less than three weeks! There was an offer by the end of the first month of having it listed. They were so appreciative, and I was happy I could provide this service for them.”