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425 PARK AVENUE  |  6TH FLOOR                                                       NEW YORK, NY  10022

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I'm a native of Brooklyn and have spent most of my adult life in Manhattan. Currently I reside on the Upper East Side and know the ins and outs of the neighborhood. From great restaurants to local cultural events, I'm always happy to share what’s going on.


As a former Certified Public Accountant, marketing business owner, non-profit executive and amateur interior designer (certificate from New York School of Interior Design), I have the perfect skill set to assist my clients in buying and selling real estate. I have owned and renovated several properties on Long Island and in Manhattan, and I liketo brag that my personal homes have never taken more than a week to sell!


Whether my clients want new construction, or fall in love with a fixer-upper to customize, I can see the possibilities and am committed to helping my clients fulfill their dreams. .

W H O   I  A M

When you are ready to buy or sell a property in Manhattan, and you are looking for a trustworthy agent with an approachable and honest demeanor, as well as a real understanding that my job is to anticipate and fulfill my clients’ needs, I am the Manhattan specialist to turn to.  


I am a Certified Negotiation Expert, a Certifiedd Buyers' Representative, and will work hard to ensure that your deal comes to fruition.  I understand that communication, honesty and integrity are an integral part of the sales/purschase process.



W H Y   C H O O S E   M E

My goal is to provide my clients with superior service: communication, integrity, and honesty are the bywords I operate by.


Murphy's Law holds true for Manhattan real estate.  Assuming you even find a property you want to buy, will you negotiate successfully to win a bidding war?  Will you overpay?  Will the loan process go smoothly and the property appraise?  Will you submit an acceptable Board package and pass an interview?  If you're selling, will your marketing be spot on?  Will you leave any money on the table in a heated negotiation?  Will your buyers make it to the closing table, and if they do, will it be on time and with the least amount of stress?  Put my experience, skills and proven systems to work to ensure a "successful" transaction:  the best price, timed right and with the least stress.  

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