Top Broker in Harlem responsible to the success of many Sale & Rental Projects from:
Park views - 250 Manhattan Avenue, 220 Siant Nicholas, 272 Manhattan Avenue, 280 Manhattan Ave 1624 Amsterdam Avenue, 312 West 142nd Street, 505 West 173rd Street, 505 West 173rd Street, 422 West 160, 449 West 162nd Street and more......
Maor Shefer has more than 11 years’ experience as a New York City real estate broker with Nest Seekers. He began his career as a rental agent, quickly moving into real estate sales. He has sold real estate all over Manhattan, including condos, co-ops, new development and condo conversions.
Prior to moving to New York in 2001, Maor studied interior design and architecture in his native country of Israel. His eye for configuring rooms and spaces helps buyers
visualize how different layouts and floor plans can best accommodate their possessions and lifestyles. By the same token, his elegant and tasteful staging skills optimize the appeal of developers’ and sellers’ properties, attracting more qualified buyers and, ultimately, quickening the sales cycle. Maor’s talents for marketing, advertising, PR and staging brought more than 200 prospective buyers to one of his latest developments, 250 Park View, its first weekend on the market.
“I believe the simple things, such as honesty, politeness, availability, punctuality,
answering calls and emails promptly, and giving 100% to each and every client, go a
long way.” This attitude of treating others as he’d like to be treated has built long-term
relationships with his clients long after they have found their new homes.
Maor specializes in his own neighborhood in Harlem intimate knowledge of every street, building, school and community in the area. He applies this deep neighborhood knowledge to help his clients find homes that fit their exact specifications. His advice: “Be completely honest about what you are looking for and your particular needs but, most importantly, don’t just find an apartment you can live in, but one you can’t wait to return home to every night.” If you see him walking his dog in the nearby Central and Morningside Parks, by all means, stop and say hi!