History: Albertson Realty realty was first established by Junie Albertson in 1973. It was purchased by the Scalia family in 1993. In 1996, Tom Scalia left his job in New York as a sales engineer for Eaton Corporation to become a partner in Albertson Realty.
At one time, the company had seven offices, four of which were in the North Fork and three in the Hamptons. The company split with its Hampton’s partner in 2007. Just a year later, the market would crash. Now, Scalia owns offices in Jamesport, Southold and Greenport.
“Century 21 Albertson is the largest locally owned real estate company on the North Fork,” Scalia said.
Description: “Century 21 is a locally owned company that puts back into the community as opposed to bigger companies with branch offices here and corporate headquarters somewhere else,” said Scalia.
Century 21 is locally owned but part of a worldwide network. In fact, Century 21 is the largest real estate organization in the world, according to Scalia.
“We offer our clients and customers a true global marketing reach through the Century 21 system.”
Besides being the broker and owner of Century 21, Scalia is also the president of the North Fork Chamber of Commerce, the director of the North Fork Chapter of the Long Island Board of Realtors and the director of the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island.
In the future: In upcoming years, Scalia plans to expand and hire more agents.
“Century 21 offers an award winning new agent training program and every tool an experienced agent needs to do their business,” Scalia said.
Jamesport: 1146 Main Rd, PO Box 2, Jamesport, NY 11947,
Southold: 54280 Main Rd., PO Box 598, Southold, NY 11971
Greenport: 19 Front St, Greenport, NY 11944
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