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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Thank you for an amazing year!

This year's resolution: more living room. Happy New Year!

click to zoom image; yes, it's a reprise of my 2006 new year's resolution card

It's been a remarkable 2011. The market in New York City found it's footing again, albeit a bit cautiously. I've had the privilege of working with great clients and seeing them through to their real estate goals. The one thing that rings true for me across both my commercial building and luxury residential sales, is how much more focus it has taken to get the deals done. Nothing has come easy, and I've learned considerably about the art of brokerage. More than ever, great marketing programs have been crucial, and led to a tipping point of interest. Several deals had accepted offers that melted away, as buyers & sellers pushed to their strategic limits, without resolve. Working those out sometimes involved fiercely standing one's ground, seeing latent design opportunities which can add value, and sometimes knowing when to quit and move to the next offer. Nice to have that last option. For my clients, it comes from the added value of that my unique advertising capabilities bring. If you are thinking about bringing a property to market you should find out why my boutique approach to marketing, presentation and design get higher sales prices higher and results faster. Wishing you a prosperous and happy 2012!

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