Rye Property Management Company


Are you looking to hire a property manager in White Plains, NY? Look no further than Librett Real Estate Group.

Librett Real Estate Group is a full-service property management company built on honesty, transparency, and fairness. We always work for your best interests, and our goal is to lighten the load off your shoulders. Our property management services provide a wealth of value that stands out in the industry.

Rye New York

With our Rye property management, you’ll have more free time and less stress in your life. You will no longer have to handle emergencies, legal entanglements, poor quality residents, or property maintenance. As your Rye property manager, we’ll take care of all that and more!

We professionally manage single-family homes, condo units, and multi-family rental properties. Located in Westchester County, New York, you can trust that our team of management professionals will successfully manage your Rye property.

If you wish to experience top-notch Rye property management for your rental, partner with Librett Real Estate Group. As property management professionals, we ensure that you and your tenants will feel valued. We guarantee prompt responses to your emails or calls, and we guarantee you and your property will be given the attention you deserve, no matter the circumstance.

Contact us at (914) 636-6100, and we’ll start determining a favorable property management service plan that is catered to the unique needs of your Rye property.


Chartered in 1942, Rye is the youngest city in New York state. Yet it’s located on the oldest thoroughfare in the US, the Boston Post Road, first established as a mail route in 1673 that connected Manhattan to Boston. It’s an easier commute into New York City these days, taking about 60 minutes by train from the Rye station to Grand Central Terminal or about an hour and five minutes by car via I-95 and I-678 S.

Rye is steeped in history, with two designated National Historic Landmarks—of vastly different appeal—within city limits. The Boston Post Road Historic District features the Jay Estate, the childhood home of John Jay, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. Rye Playland, built in 1928 replete with Art Deco flourishes and a National Historic Landmark since 1987, has one of the oldest wooden roller coasters in the Northeastern US.