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B.A. in International Relations with minors in Globalization and Spanish from George Mason University
With 14 years' experience, Michael K. Davis is an expert in New York City's residential and commercial real estate markets. Michael has a nuanced understanding of valuation and the driving forces behind it all. He advises his clients using integrity and Compass' best-in-class technology to streamline the process of buying, selling, and leasing.
"Owning property is the American Dream — it is a tangible asset that steadily increases in value over time," he says. Michael has seen that effect firsthand coming from a middle-class military family in Alexandria, Virginia, that benefited from its own wise investments.
Michael earned an International Relations degree at George Mason University with Fellowships in Political Science at La Universidad de Costa Rica in San José and ‘Eastern European Development' at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. Needless to say, he loves to learn, travel, and connect with people.
Although he hails from the Washington, D.C. area, the Davis heritage dates back to the late 19th century in New York City. Michael's great-grandfather emigrated from Luxembourg to Bushwick, Brooklyn, soon after opening his very own Wall Street brokerage. Today, Michael keeps the Davis spirit alive by trading the most precious commodity of all: New York Real Estate.
When Michael is not working, he can be found visiting family in Paris and the Swiss Alps. However, he and his wife Isabelle are more likely at home in Williamsburg with their newborn twins, Jack and Amelie, watching "Fixer Upper" on HGTV.