“Yoav Liberman says the solicitations can be relentless.Real estate agents come up to him at his home of two years in Chestnut Ridge. Their question is always the same: Is he interested in selling his house? Liberman, 49, who was raised in Israel, says that, even after he makes it clear he’s not interested, they linger, telling him they have cash buyers ready to snap up the property.“They are just very aggressive. That’s what it comes down to. People are very concerned,” says Airmont Mayor Philip Gigante.”I felt like this was an infringement of our privacy, so I asked them, in Hebrew, ‘What are you trying to achieve by knocking on people’s doors?’ And you don’t get an answer,” Liberman said. “I told them, ‘This is not something my neighbors are happy with, or this neighborhood is accustomed to. We do not want this aggressive campaign of changing the demographic of the neighborhood.” Read the complete story here.
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