top of page
Image by Spacejoy

About

Who We Are.

Ally Realty's mission is to surround our clients with a team of caring, capable and creative people to help guide them through every step of the home buying and selling process. We aim to advocate for and provide supportive services to clients who are looking not only to love their new homes but feel loved in them.

Ally Realty was born in 2023 by Broker/Owner Anthony Ruperto from a desire to create something new, unique and challenging in an industry that is old, unchanging, and at times problematic.  Our coverage areas include Westchester, Putnam, Orange, Rockland, Dutchess, and Ulster Counties. We all share a common goal of creating an inclusive, creative and professional environment for our clients and working towards a better community. 

Anthony Ruperto Broker/Owner 

On a personal level, the values that I strive for every day are the ones that promote self love, acceptance of others, and equal opportunity for everyone.  While progress has been achieved in the past decades, real estate is still an industry that is plagued by economic inequality, racism, and predatory practices against marginalized groups of people. The process of becoming a homeowner is not an easy one, and there still exist systematic roadblocks that inhibit the building of generational wealth.

 

As a Realtor, I see it as my job to help correct the issues that I can in my own business and strive to create change on a local and national level. I am an active participant at my local Realtor Association, HGAR (Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors), which is a membership of over 13,000 real estate agents in the Hudson Valley area. There, I serve as a member of the Board of Directors, and chaired the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee that I helped create through a task force in 2020. I also serve on the Fair Housing Committee and Legislative Committee, and am an alumni of the first Leadership Accelerator Program at HGAR. I try to apply the values and philosophy that I hold in these leadership positions while addressing the struggles that people face in the real estate community with my fellow leaders.

 

As Broker/Owner of Ally Realty I now have a new position of leadership in the industry to set standards for how we can strive to better our field every day. One example is the adopted practice that at Ally Realty - our buyer clients have the option to remove their names from offers submitted, and our agents are not permitted to share names or personal identifying information on offers presented to our seller clients. Our names and the names of people we buy homes with can disclose information about us an open up possibilities to discrimination - removing that possibility together will help ensure an equal playing field for all clients.

 

Homeownership is an amazing dream for some people, and I do my best to help make it a reality for everyone.

Hi!  I'm Anthony Ruperto (but you can call me Tony), Broker/Owner of Ally Realty. I've been licensed since 2014, right after graduating from college at SUNY Oneonta. Ever since, real estate has been my life, with the exception of a brief stint where I had a quarter life crisis and moved to Italy for a few months. 

Our Team.

Here's the people that make Ally Realty great, the ones that work for a better client experience, community, and industry. Click on through to see what makes each of us tick.

STANDARDIZED OPERATING PROCEDURE FOR PURCHASERS OF REAL ESTATE PURSUANT TO REAL PROPERTY LAW §442-H

Ally Realty (the “Broker”) is making this Standardized Operating Procedure available on any publicly available website and mobile device application maintained by the Broker and any of its licensees and teams. Broker has copies of these Standardized Operating Procedures available to the public upon request at Broker’s office location.

 

Please be advised that Broker:

Does NOT require prospective Buyer to show identification

Does NOT require Exclusive Buyer Broker agreements

Does NOT require pre approval / proof of funds to show properties

Although Broker may not require such information, a seller of real estate may require this information prior to showing the property and/or as part of any purchase offer

Broker may discuss these items with a potential client and suggest them as best practices, inform the client as to why they are important, but will not make them required.

bottom of page