The Brotherhood & Higley Advantage



Full-time professionals specializing in New Canaan properties
Well-recognized and highly regarded as the New Canaan experts since 1926
Strategic location on best retail street in town for high visibility and pedestrian traffic
Over eight decades of uninterrupted leadership in New Canaan sales
A collaborative approach to give our clients a competitive edge


I am proud to be associated with  Brotherhood & Higley, the premiere real estate firm in New Canaan real estate for the past 86 years.  Number 1 in market share* since 1926, we offer a personal approach and extensive knowledge of our market.   We believe both buyers and sellers are served best when they work with agents who concentrate on their area of expertise, and that area is New Canaan.  We know the town, we know the inventory, we understand the history and the dynamics of the marketplace and we are confident that we can serve you well.  We also believe that should you wish to consider surrounding towns there are experts there as well.. and those are the people you should be talking to.  Who are they?  We know who they are and we would be happy to recommend the agent who would best meet your needs.

Our relationships with premiere firms in Fairfield County, New York and beyond, and as a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, ensure that we can connect our clients to the best of the best in every market place.  While there are agents who claim to cover it all, consider what that means to you.  While it may seem more convenient to work with one agent, it is simply not possible for that one to represent I’d be happy to arrange a consultation, either by phone or in person, to set you on your way toward a real estate relationship that will best suit you.


*Market Share as defined by Brotherhood & Higley refers to the number of closed transactions in residential properties listed and/or sold by Brotherhood & Higley agents in the town of New Canaan.
(Other firms often define market share differently and may include company volume statewide, nationwide, or even include the value of unsold listings in calculating their market share.)