In 2018, The Wall Street Journal and Real Trends ranked Kyle and his team the #71 residential real estate broker in the nation, with sales volume of $210 million.
In 2019, The Wall Street Journal and Real Trends ranked Kyle and his team the #59 residential real estate broker in the nation, with a sales volume of over $246 million.
B.S. in Business Administration with Marketing and Management concentrations from the University of South Carolina.
Kyle is a patron of Asia Society, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Harlem Village Academies, Carnegie Hall, and The University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education.
Kyle has the distinction of being one of the most accomplished and successful brokers in the Manhattan real estate industry. He has proven to be of great value to clients in positive and challenging markets.
Since 2002, Kyle has in excess of $1.8 billion of property across New York City, of which approximately $650 million was in 15 Central Park West. He is immensely committed to serving his clients and does so with integrity, discretion, and thorough market research. Kyle leads a team of 8 capable professionals with a wide range of backgrounds and skill sets. He was ranked 22nd in the country out of 2 million agents in 2017 by the Wall Street Journal, and 5th in New York City out of 30,000 agents. In 2016, he achieved $205 million in sales volume at an average price of $10,700,000.
Kyle was recognized as the #1 broker in 2012, at his previous firm, Brown Harris Stevens. In late 2014 Kyle joined (then Urban) as the 82nd agent to work at the growing brokerage. Today Kyle proudly works alongside over 14,000 agents in 300 offices nationwide at Compass.
He considers it an honor to serve his clients who look to his expertise in buying, selling, renting, and investing in properties both on and off-market throughout New York City, and has a proven track record of delivering results at any price point. Kyle is proud to maintain his strong referral network of global and domestic clients from Asia, Europe, Latin America, and throughout North America.
Kyle was raised in Virginia. His father was a real estate agent in North Carolina for more than 25 years. Outside of real estate, he enjoys studying Asian history and culture. He is a patron of the Asia Society, Alvin Ailey, Harlem Village Academy, Carnegie Hall, and UVA’s Curry School of Education. Kyle enjoys playing acoustic guitar and is a competitive water swimmer, having completed recent swims for charity in Hong Kong and Hawaii.
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