Two of Princeton’s premier real estate firms — Henderson Sotheby’s International Realty and N.T. Callaway Real Estate — have merged.
The new company, which brings together two former rivals that for decades have been synonymous with high-end residential real estate, is calling itself Callaway Henderson Sotheby’s International Realty, according to a January 10 press release by Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates.
The firm will operate five offices in Princeton, Pennington, Cranbury, Montgomery, and Lambertville. Pete Callaway, Norman Callaway, Karen Callaway Urisko, Jud Henderson, Matt Henderson, and Jane Henderson Kenyon all will maintain leadership roles.
According to Jud Henderson, both firms share the same core values, and the merger was a natural step to create one united presence in the market. “The sharing of all resources will allow each agent to better serve their customers,” Henderson said.
“This merger offers us the cutting-edge marketing resources and global exposure of the Sotheby’s International Realty network,” said Pete Callaway. “The greater Princeton market is an extraordinary area that benefits from having one of the world’s top academic institutions in our own backyard. We are proud to come together to offer our market the very best service and expertise.”