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People don't talk about it a lot. But finding the right real estate agent can be the difference between a happy, stress-free home renting, buying or selling experience, and an unhappy, stressful experience.

First, you'll want an agent ready and able to make a full-time commitment to you. I can and will do that.

Second, you'll want an agent with the experience needed to know the local neighborhoods, schools, market conditions, ordinances, etc. With my years of experience in the local market - I have the expertise and track record of success you need.

Third, you'll want an agent who embraces the convenience of technology without losing the personal touch. You'll love the resources available on my website and the e-mail alerts that I send, but these will never replace the time I spend with you, serving as your personal guide through this exciting process.

And finally a broker who will work for you with little to no cost to YOU

I specialize in ALL NO Broker Fee and Low Fee Properties in New York City. Most of my listings are in Manhattan and Brooklyn.


Let's get together and talk about your home renting, buying and/or selling plans. Call me on my cell phone (917) 397 - 0507 or send me an e-mail, we'll set-up a time that is easy and convenient for you to meet. There is nothing to lose and all to gain.

If you're not ready to meet in person, please tour through this website. I'm sure you'll find the resources here useful and helpful. Enjoy!     





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Barbara Corcoran's Q + A ~ New York Times Real Estate

Nets fall to Kyle Lowry, Raptors on ‘Drake Night’
12/17/2014 11:31 PM
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12/17/2014 11:16 PM
The Queens Library board on Wednesday fired Director Thomas Galante for his wild spending habits...Read More
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12/17/2014 11:14 PM
The New York City Housing Authority spent $10 million on a consultant’s report, then didn’t bother to follow its recommendations...Read More
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12/17/2014 10:53 PM
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12/17/2014 10:44 PM
The Sony hacking scandal has created a debate on whether it’s ethical to publish leaked emails....Read More

Barbara Corcoran's Q + A ~ New York Times Real Estate

International Real Estate: Real Estate in Montpellier, France
12/17/2014 10:45 AM
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12/17/2014 10:30 AM
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12/17/2014 10:00 AM
Scotch Plains, located on about nine square miles in Union County, appeals to families with its larger lots within commuting distance to Manhattan....Read More
Square Feet: A Home for Soccer, and Renewal, in Washington
12/16/2014 11:03 AM
The District of Columbia Council is expected to approve financing for a $300 million Major League Soccer stadium to be built near the Anacostia River....Read More
Living In: The East Village Clings to a Colorful Past
12/16/2014 10:10 AM
The East Village has long been associated with the counterculture and cheap housing, but much of that history has disappeared as home prices and retail rents have escalated....Read More
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Economic View: Home Buyers Are Optimistic but Not Wild-Eyed
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