Buyer’s Agent, Listing Agent
University of Southern California, Bachelor's of Science (BA), Architecture
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"Jeff helped me to find my new home in Park Slope, and he was such a joy to work with! He was always on time, quick to respond to any questions I had, and really made the entire process easier. He understood all of my needs and what I was looking for, and in the end, I got just that. I can't recommend him enough!" - Kaitlyn
"Jeffrey went above and beyond my expectations in helping me find my perfect rental in the perfect price range. He understands the NYC market, and is a very personable and congenial realtor. He is very punctual, reliable and has an excellent work ethic. Jeffrey exhibits many qualities that are essential to an excellent realtor, and i frequently recommend my friends and family."
Jeffrey grew up in Silicon Valley, California and has family ties to the tri-state area, but he always knew his true home to be New York City. Jeffrey has called Manhattan home for over eight years now, having lived in NoLiTa, the West Village, and the Upper West Side. He currently resides in Hell's Kitchen. Even though his expertise mainly lies in Manhattan, he loves working with clients in Brooklyn and Queens as well.
Jeffrey attended the University of Southern California to study Architecture. Upon graduation, he made the move to New York where he worked in Brand Consulting and Marketing before making the transition to Real Estate. Jeffrey now has the unique opportunity to blend his knowledge of Architecture and Marketing with the Real Estate industry, servicing each of his clients' individual needs.
Jeffrey spends his free time picnicking in Central Park, taking his best friend's dog for runs in Prospect Park, and swimming with Team New York Aquatics. He is actively engaged in the Trojan network as the President of the New York Alumni Chapter for USC and follows the football team during the fall like a religion. Besides being an avid Trojan fan, he also roots for the San Jose Sharks and enjoys the occasional Yankees game.