The Scholz Team closed millions in sales transactions across Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Hamptons.
The Scholz Team exclusively represents multiple residential buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The Scholz Team repositioned the second largest residential portfolio sale in the history of Manhattan Real Estate.
Throughout the Scholz Team’s career they have been one of the top producing teams, including being members of the President’s Circle.
The Scholz Team been featured in The New York Times, The Post, The Real Deal, Avenue Magazine, Curbed, Wall Street Journal, Forbes and other real estate and lifestyle publications.
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Scholz Connect; a corporate relocation program
First Time Buyers
Staging and Marketing Resales
Graduated from NYU Schack Masters Program
Cindy Scholz is a real estate expert, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. She founded the Scholz Real Estate team at the age of 20 and built it into one of the top grossing teams at Compass.
Under Cindy’s leadership, the Scholz team focuses on residential acquisitions, repositioning, sales, and global executive relocation. Her clients consist of financial institutions, such as LivCor at Blackstone, family managed residential portfolios, wealth managers, and private investors. Her team recently repositioned the largest residential deal in 2015, Blackstone’s acquisition of a $680M portfolio consisting of 24 buildings. In just a few months her team repositioned this portfolio to be valued at over $1Billion.
Above and beyond her real estate expertise, Cindy became a top voice in the NY tech, art and impact circles, as a respected entrepreneur and investor. A driving force behind supporting women leaders in NY, she co-founded Women of , a platform to empower female homeownership. She is also an active member of the Milken Institute’s Young Leaders’ Circle and serves on the Board of Directors for Chashama, which advocates helping individuals see the value in art.
Cindy splits her time between her loft in the East Village and her home in East Hampton, where she hosts friends and gathers like-minded entrepreneurs, artists, social impact investors over home-cooked meals and great wine.