Noah has represented buyers, sellers, and developers in properties with a value of more than $50 million.
New development, condos and co-ops, investment properties.
B.A. Economics, University of Toronto
Noah joins Compass as a leader and innovator in the Manhattan and Brooklyn real estate markets. Armed with a deep understanding of the marketplace, exceptional negotiating skills, and ability to connect with people and make them feel at ease, Noah works as a partner with buyers and sellers to achieve their real estate goals. Recognized by clients and colleagues alike as an agent with integrity and passion, Noah is committed to providing top-level service and guidance to make the process as smooth and seamless as possible.
Telling the story of a home and highlighting its unique value is where Noah truly excels. A deft marketer and engaging salesperson, Noah knows how to position a property for success. Noah works extensively throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn and has sold everything from co-ops to condos and townhouses, and has also lead the sales and marketing for many successful new development projects.
Along with his sister and business partner, Noah co-leads the Tamara + Noah Team at Compass. The team offers clients a full-service agent experience - advising on all facets of the process with a proven track record of remarkable results. Clients benefit from the team’s collaborative approach and their focus on honesty and transparency.
A transplanted Canadian, Noah was an Upper West Sider for 10 years before moving to Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn with his wife and 3 daughters. Outside of real estate, he is an obsessive NBA fan, a comedy nerd, and a very busy father.
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