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B.A. in Psychology from Wheaton College, Massachusetts.
Cameron ran the 2012 Tough Mudder in Toronto and tied for first of his heat in the 2012 Rugged Maniac in Brooklyn. He also donates to Susan G. Komen Foundation and Social Tees Animal Rescue of NYC and is also the proud sponsor of a child with Children International.
Born and raised in Dutchess County, NY with family on the Upper West Side, Cameron is no stranger to New York City. His experience with real estate started early. While observing and working with his mother, a real estate broker/owner, and his father, a real estate attorney, he developed an intrinsic sense for the business. Obtaining his license in 2007, at the age of 18, he started residential real estate rentals and sales full time after graduating from Wheaton College in Massachusetts. After 3 years with Douglas Elliman, including a year in one of Manhattan's top residential sales teams, he received his Associate Real Estate Broker license at the age of 24.
Cameron demonstrates a business practice founded on hard work, diligence, and loyalty. No matter the circumstances, he is committed to serving both his clients and co-workers with an unremitted level of integrity and class.
Cameron is a member of New York Rugby Club and spends most of his free time traveling, playing his drums, and enjoying the New York City music and cultural scenes.