Finding Your Dream Home

We can work as a team to find your next home! You may just see the "one" while you are getting familiar with neighborhoods at an Open House. We can revisit together & I will happily schedule a appointments to see some other options with you! As a home buyer, you are entitled to your own representative who truly has your interest-at-heart. I can help guide you on the current and projected values and work by either cost or comparable approach of value. I will share my market knowledge as well as connections to valuable industry-related contacts such as real estate attorneys, contractors, inspectors, insurance & mortgage providers. I look forward to sharing my insights and experience as we work together to make the home buying process savvy!


Park Slope, located on the western border of Prospect Park down to 4th Avenue, was ranked by Nate Silver in 2010 as the "most livable" neighborhood in NYC. He based his favorability factors on...


Park Slope

Before Matt Damon bought his home in The Standish in Brooklyn Heights in January of 2019, 177 Pacific Street in Cobble Hill held the record for most expensive home price per square foot in Brooklyn at...



Cobble Hill

Dumbo, an acronym for “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass”, is a vibrant artistic neighborhood with incredible shopping and dining, art galleries and restored and new lofty buildings with...



Dumbo/Downtown Brooklyn

Greenwood Heights is truly the highest point in Brooklyn. The views from the cemetary of Manhattan and Brooklyn are unparalleled. Greenwood has very affordable small single and two family residences under...




Once home to a busy shipyard, Red Hook is right off of the Gowanus Canal, and still provides ferry service directly to Wall Street, with rich seafood and many delightful restaurants, such as Ample Hills Factory & Museum, the Red Hook Lobster Pound, Brooklyn Crab, Hometown Bar-B-Que, and many more.



Red Hook

Prospect Heights is a culturally, rich, historical neighborhood, roughly bounded by Flatbush Avenue to Washington Avenue and Atlantic Avenue to Eastern Parkway. It is home to exceptional eats such as...



Prospect Heights

Carroll Gardens is historically an Italian-American neighborhood and is still reflected in the specialty (butcher, pastry and pasta) shoppes and restaurants on both Smith and Court Streets from Degraw St down to the BQE...



Carroll Gardens

Fort Greene park is one of the largest (30.2 acres) and most beautiful public parks in Brooklyn. The largest parks include Prospect Park (526 acres), followed by Brooklyn Bridge park (80 acres) then Ft Greene park (30 acres) and...



Fort Greene

Sunset Park is aptly named. One can watch the sun set over Manhattan’s skyline and the Statue of Liberty from the top of the acclaimed park. There is an Olympic sized swimming pool...



Sunset Park

Gowanus is located next to Park Slope, and has many incredible workshops and stores. There are many acclaimed restaurants, such as Four & Twenty Blackbirds, Dinosaur BBQ, Root Hill Café, Ample Hills, and so many more.



Boerum Hill is really not a hill at all-- it is relatively flat and not elevated much at all. (The highest point in Brooklyn is Battle Hill in Greenwood Cemetery.) Boerum Hill gains its name from a colonial landowner Simon Boerum who...


Boerum Hill

Brooklyn Heights is known for its treed cobblestone streets and impressive prewar architecture. There are so many adorable shops and cafes nestled among quaint full-service residential buildings with lovely gardens and...



Brooklyn Heights

Clinton Hill is an impressive neighborhood with much light, air, Prewar Mansions, wide boulevards and delicious food and drink. Pete Hamill often remarks that Brooklyn is special because of the low lying buildings which creates vast sky...


Clinton Hill

“Bay Ridge, I think, is the same for the last 80 years,” the novelist Hubert Selby Jr. who grew up in Bayridge continues, “It’s thought of as an ethnic neighborhood, a working-class neighborhood, an unpretentious neighborhood, the home...



Bay Ridge

Quaint Columbia Street Waterfront is nestled between the BQE and East River on the other side of Cobble Hill. Historic cobbled-streets wind throughout and there are adorable shops and delicious restaurants and bars. 



Columbia St. Waterfront

New Developments


The Brooklyn Grove

10 Nevins Street

Brooklyn, NY 11217

Downtown Brooklyn

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One Clinton

1 Clinton Street

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Brooklyn Heights

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Arbor Eighteen

181 18th Street

Brooklyn, NY 11215

South Slope

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11 Hoyt

11 Hoyt Street

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Downtown Brooklyn

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229 9th Street

Brooklyn, NY 11215


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233 Eighteenth

233 18th Street

Brooklyn, NY 11215

Park Slope

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The Purchase Process


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From start to finish, the typical transaction timeline for co-ops is 90-120 days and for condo purchase about 60-90 days.