PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Douglas Elliman Real Estate announced the addition of the husband and wife team of Tos and Jaya Crawford, as well as associate broker Emma Frank, to its Pleasantville office.
The Crawfords were both previously with BHG Rand in Briarcliff Manor while Frank joins the firm from RE/MAX Ace Realty in Pleasantville. “Tos and Jaya are both remarkable real estate agents who work exceptionally well together,” said Gabe Pasquale, executive vice president of Elliman Westchester. “Their collective deep-rooted experience in the Westchester communities is an invaluable asset for the firm. We’re lucky to have them with us.” Tos Crawford became a licensed real estate professional following a successful career as an IT manager for local Westchester companies including Pepsi, IBM and Sirius/XM. “I’m focused on helping my buyers and sellers achieve their housing and investment goals with utmost efficiency,” he said. “I am thrilled to be associated with the finest name in Westchester real estate, Douglas Elliman.” Jaya Crawford took on real estate sales after several prosperous years as a master teacher for a Head Start pre-school. "My personal and professional connection to the Westchester communities has been an instrumental advantage for my clients,” she said. “I am eager to expand my relationships with both buyers and sellers, utilizing the expansive network that Elliman has to offer.” Originally a lawyer, Frank transitioned into real estate to allow for a more flexible work schedule. With nearly a decade of experience in the industry, Frank has built a successful career around her multifaceted background. “I’ve found that the many vital skills I learned as a lawyer have translated into my accomplishments as a real estate agent,” said Frank. “I couldn’t be happier to have the opportunity to work at Elliman and share my knowledge and expertise.” Tos Crawford received a bachelor of science degree in computer engineering from The University of Connecticut, and Jaya Crawford is a graduate of the State University of Albany with a bachelor of arts degree in English and she also holds a master of arts degree in elementary education from Manhattan College. Frank, originally from Washington D.C., has been a resident of Pleasantville for nearly 12 years. She met her husband while attending law school at Pepperdine University in California, and decided to move back to his home area of Westchester to raise their three children.