Gabriele has a proven track record of more than 300 transactions and over $180 million in closed deals in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Gabriele is the leader of the award winning The Gabriele Sewtz Team at Compass, named Real Trends Top Agent in 2016, and she was the #2 agent by transaction and the Pinnacle Award Winner at Douglas Elliman.
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M.B.A. in Industrial Organization, Logistics, Economics, Industrial Production, and Business Administration from University of Hamburg in Germany.
Gabriele is actively involved with the PTA and was Block President of her Park Slope neighborhood.
As a top-producing real estate broker and the leader of The Gabriele Sewtz Team at Compass, Gabriele combines wide-ranging professional experience and comprehensive knowledge of the NYC market to offer a truly exceptional level of service to every client and customer she represents.
Gabriele has spent the past 18 years working, living and raising a family in Park Slope. She is a seasoned real estate investor and landlord, having owned several properties in Park Slope and Prospect Heights. A certified home stager and an expert in the real estate market throughout both Brooklyn and Manhattan, Gabriele truly understands what it takes to sell, buy, and live in New York. Additionally, Gabriele’s elite team at Compass ensures her clients and customers always have the most knowledgeable insight and every possible resource available at their fingertips.
Gabriele and her husband moved to Park Slope in 1999 after briefly living in Manhattan, looking to form roots in a family-oriented community. They currently own a four-story brownstone in Park Slope where they are raising their two children. She truly understands the market, neighborhoods, area schools, parks, restaurants, and more—in both Brooklyn and Manhattan, from the bridges to the parks.
Originally from Hamburg, Germany, Gabriele places high value on knowledge, experience, and trust. She holds an MBA from the University of Hamburg, with five majors in Industrial Organization, Logistics, Economics, Industrial Production and Business Administration. Prior to real estate, Gabriele spent more than a decade fine-tuning her skills in international sales management, business development, marketing strategy, leadership and negotiation with companies specializing in electronic media and publishing, including Time Inc.
All of these skills have significant influence on her ability to best serve her clients and customers in the most timely and effective fashion. As a result, her professional accolades speak for themselves. Gabriele was ranked the #2 agent by transaction volume at her former company Douglas Elliman; most recently Gabriele was named Real Trends Top Agent in 2016, closing over $180 million total in Manhattan and Brooklyn —testament to her remarkable skills serving her buyers, sellers, landlords, and investors.
Her tagline, “Experience a Professional Working For You” says it all. Gabriele has a reputation as a true professional, for being highly educated, diligent, and insightful on the ever-changing real estate landscape. A believer in the value of social media, Gabriele stays connected with her buyers and sellers. Her informative videos and useful real estate and neighborhood posts serve to keep her audience abreast of what is going on in the market. Her clients and customers say Gabriele consistently delivers results that exceed their expectations. A skilled negotiator and keen listener, she is able to navigate her clients and customers through the complicated and often stressful process of a real estate transaction. Said one client who mirrors the sentiments of most of Gabriele’s repeat clients and customers, “I never, ever want to buy or sell real estate without her (Gabriele) again.”