Investment and Pied a Terre Properties
Residential Co-op, Condo and Townhouse Sales
University of Vermont and Emory University School of Law
College success mentor for the Harlem Educational Activities Fund
Valerie Artzt brings to her clients an exceptional commitment to client service and distinguished business acumen, combined with superior negotiating and transaction experience garnered from 13 years as a corporate attorney. A former Wall Street lawyer, in-house counsel for American Express and general counsel for software company Omnipod, Inc., Valerie also practiced law internationally with Freehills, a leading Australian law firm.
Smart, solution-oriented and responsive, Valerie guides busy professionals through the intricacies of Manhattan luxury real estate purchases and sales. She offers accurate, up-to-the-minute insight and counsel to her clients on the market and remains calm during pressured negotiations. Her legal background and attention to detail ensure an understanding of complex financials that's distinguished amongst brokers and critical for analyzing investments and successfully completing the board application process. Her clients attest to long term business relationships with her based on discretion, trust, perseverance and performance.
Respected by her broker peers, resourceful and connected, Valerie has a vast network of financial professionals, attorneys, architects and designers available to assist with every question and concern. A unique broker who's "in the know," she is conversant with New York's neighborhoods, developments, schools and amenities. Her energy, humor and enthusiasm make her a pleasure to work with.
Valerie is a graduate of the University of Vermont and Emory University School of Law. A former East Sider, Valerie resides on the Upper West Side and her two children attended private schools in Manhattan. She is a marathon runner, avid skier and intrepid world traveler and a college success mentor for the Harlem Educational Activities Fund.
"I pride myself on a sterling reputation. I owe it to my clients to be smarter, savvier and more discreet than the competition."