About Kunsang Mipam
Mipam Thurman’s passion for Real Estate is only surpassed by his lifelong mission of making people happy. In order to delight clients and produce results, Mipam listens carefully so his services and advice can be customized to meet the specific tastes and needs of each client.
For sellers who want an agent who knows how to speak with and motivate buyers, and who knows how to spot buyers who are ready to make the best offer, Mipam Thurman is an ideal solution. For buyers who want a Real Estate agent who will tirelessly find the best listings and give the right advice to get an offer accepted quickly, Mipam won’t rest until those buyers find the perfect property.
Spending over two years looking for his first home provided Mipam with a crash course in the buying and selling of Real Estate and sparked an enthusiasm for becoming an agent himself. Having lived in Manhattan for 15 years before making the big move to Brooklyn 8 years ago, he loves to share insights about NYC and its many amenities. He is raising his daughter Delphine to be a proud Brooklynite!
Mipam graduated from Columbia University and developed a solid understanding of product and brand marketing techniques as a Media Planner and Senior Marketing Manager at Tekserve, an Apple Specialist retail store and B2B service provider in Manhattan. He specialized in planning, targeting and managing ad campaigns on multiple mediums, including digital, broadcast, print, direct and social media ads. These marketing skills will be used in tandem with Compass' award-winning marketing tools for the benefit of Mipam’s clients, ensuring properties are noticed quickly by the right type of buyer.
Mipam is a Tibetan name that means “the one who never gives up.”
1 Lexington Avenue, Gramercy Park, NY
Don’t miss this rare and majestic duplex home at 1 Lexington Avenue. Nestled in the quiet heart of Gramercy Park, this 5 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom apartment is steps from the finest restaurants, bars and boutiques of Manhattan. Elegantly renovated, the apartment combines restored pre-war details with a modern open layout and includes an eclectic mixture of contemporary design, mid-century modern elements and a small dash of industrial influences.