Carol Gallo-Turschmann, GRI, SRES

Broker Owner

224 W. Merrick Road, Valley Stream, NY 11580
  • (516) 825-2000
  • 519-902-1750
  • 516-825-1672


CAROL is the broker-owner of Bill Gallo Realty in Valley Stream and has been an active real estate professional for 35 years. She has been licensed since 1978 and joined LIBOR in 1986.
Carol holds the GRI & SRES real estate designations. GRI designation denotes a higher degree of Real Estate learning. SRES - Senior Real Estate Specialist designation denotes expert training enabling Carol to counci Seniors in Real Estate matters.
She has served the MLS Board for 27 years as Director & Zone 6 Chairperson from 1987 to present. Carol was the recipient of the prestigious MLS Tasso Harismides Award in 1997. MLS Committee involvements include: 1998-1999 & 2000 served as Chairperson of MLS Advertising Committee, MLS Task Force, Technology and Field Issues Task Force.
On the LIBOR chapter level, Carol was served as Nassau South Shore Chapter President in 2008 &2009, Secretary in 2005 & 2006, Vice President in 2007. She has served on the Long Island Board of Realtors Board of Directors since 2004. She was appointed Chairperson for the Commission Escrow Act Committee in 2004 – 2010. She served on LIBOR’s Legislative, RPAC, Legal Assistance and Arbitration committees.
On the State level, Carol serves as a NYSAR (New York State Association of Realtors) Director since 1997. She serves as Vice Chair of the NYSAR Commission Escrow Act Working Group since 2005, helping NYSAR get an important Realtor Bill passed through the the House and the Senate. She has served on several NYSAR Committees: Legislative, MLS, Technology Forum, Co-Op working group,Publice Relations, Article 12A, Informative Services and Legislative Forum. She continues to serve on these committees today.
On the National level, Carol serves on the NAR (National Association of Realtors) Land Use Property Rights & Environment Committee and the 2006 Housing Needs Committee and has attend almost every NAR convention since 1994.
Carol’s community involvement is quite extensive. She was Presiden