Does it really matter who your mortgage broker is? - Brick Underground - April 4, 2019
James Spader Buys Our Listing - Luxury Listings NYC, January 25, 2017
UES Preschool Attempts to Accommodate More Students by Expanding Next Door - Commercial Observer, June 22, 2016
Roadblocks To Clinching An Apartment Sale (And How To Get Around Them) - Brick Underground, Oct 6 2014
Buy Curious: This Recent Grad Want To Buy A Pet-Friendly 1-Bedroom In Brownstone Brooklyn Or Lower Manhattan For Less Than 600K - Brick Underground, Dec 12 2013
Buy Curious: Can Newlyweds Find A Pet-Friendly Condo With Washer-Dryer Near Central Park for $800,000? - Brick Underground, Sept 11 2013
Park Avenue South Heads In New Direction - Wall Street Journal, Dec 27 2012
Blending Like The Brady Brunch? Let's Not Go Too Far - New York Times, Nov 17 2010
They Practically Sell Themselves - New York Magazine, Sept 13 2010
Large Apartments Are The Rage In New York City - New York Times, June 25 2010
Sharing A Building With Your Ex–, For The Kids - Brick Underground, Feb 23 2010
The Turning Points - New York Magazine, Feb 8 2010
Gotta Move, Gotta Sell - New York Time, July 17 2009
Insider Trading: Selling Your Apartment To A Neighbor - Brick Underground, July 14 2009
Don't Even Say The Words - New York Times, April 17 2009
Apartment Hunting With Children In Mind - New York Times, Oct 4 2008
Coveting Thy Neighbor's Condo - New York Times, May 4 2008
Heirs To A Headache - New York Times, Jan 6 2008
Where'd All These Kids Come From? - New York Magazine, Oct 25 2007
The Manhattan Real Estate Slump That Wasn't - New York Times, August 19 2007
Closing The Door On Open Houses - New York Times, March 4 2007
How Not To Scare Off Buyers - New York Times, Dec 17 2006
The Toughest Critics Are The Smallest - New York Times, Oct 1 2006
What's That Smell? - New York Times, August 6 2006
Search And Destroy - New York Magazine, Nov 14 2005
Settling For The Upper East Side - New York Times, August 14 2005
Fear Of Committing? - New York Times, July 31 2005
Julie is indeed a market expert- she has sold over 2,500 apartments valued at over $650 million dollars. She is recognized in her field as a brilliant strategist, taking great care to think longitudinally about buyers' and sellers' real estate investments. Julie's extremely high retention rate reflects her dedication to her buyers and sellers.
Working with Buyers, Julie knows exactly which properties best match her buyers’ personalities, needs and finances. She often knows which apartments match the Buyers’ wish-lists even before they do, themselves. She goes the extra distance to assist with lenders, attorneys and all the mounds of related purchase paperwork and documents required for a successful, smooth transaction.
Working with Sellers, Julie understands marketing, pricing nuances and market awareness- she prices the listing to sell it, not hyper inflating valuations just to curry favor and get the exclusive listing. Sellers trust Julie's wisdom to ensure their property is secure, that their buyers are qualified and their property is her, and her entire Team's, priority.
Her tenacity, keen insight, and intellectual prowess helped Julie earn her Ph.D. in social welfare from The Graduate Center. She applies these same qualities to understanding client needs and negotiations, making for drama-free transactions. Julie also holds an MS from Columbia University and a BS from University of Maryland. For over two decades, Julie is an on-staff volunteer at a local Manhattan hospice. She also provides pro-bono Motherloss grief counseling to women (ages 21-35 ) who have experienced sudden maternal death. Her husband Alan is an avid cyclist, and together with their sons ( U of P, Princeton and Ramaz), they are devoted to watching Tour de France, rooting on the Mets, and loving their Golden-Doodle- Scooby Doo.