Category: Greenwich Village

Best of Chelsea and Downtown’s 2-3 Bedroom Condos and Lofts

Sunday is “Open House” day in New York real estate. Here’s a list of some gorgeous downtown properties in Manhattan (Scroll Down over My Image & Click onto each listing to view it). From Chelsea and Flatiron to Soho and Tribeca, if you’re looking for a 2-3 Bedroom Condo, Coop or Loft home, check these listings out. Open Houses are happening today. For more information and to receive answers to any of your questions about buying or selling in New York, contact me at Tony.sargent@compass.com. I’ve had 18+ years of experience working with clients in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Happy to share my knowledge with you!

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Why Compass? Our Mission.

After 18+ years in New York luxury real estate – having worked at both one of the largest firms for my first 11 years and a boutique luxury firm for 7, I felt the need to grow and be inspired again. Looking forward to the future, I felt that as we move forward in the world, technology will be playing a bigger part in the real estate industry. Real estate is always going to be a person to person business, but how you search for your home and how we are able to put technology to work for you, in my mind will make all the difference in your success.

Here’s what Compass is all about…for you. If you have any questions, reach out. No obligations. I’m happy to answer any of your real estate questions. Connected from London to San Francisco, Hong Kong to Dubai, anywhere you go, I’m here to help advise you. – Tony Sargent, NYC

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5 Questions to Ask Your Listing Broker: Why High Listing Prices Can Be Deceptive

5 Questions to Ask Your Listing Broker: Why High Listing Prices Can Be Deceptive 66 Ninth Avenue, The Porterhouse Condo - Photo: Rich Caplan

In the face Manhattan’s rapidly evolving real estate micro markets, deciding on a listing price for your Chelsea or West Village luxury home requires careful consideration.

Deciding on Listing Price: Considerations for Your Listing Broker

When interviewing a listing broker, nearly every conversation boils down to this question: “What price should I list my property at?”

If your potential broker follows up with a record listing suggestion, dig deeper into the reasoning behind this suggested listing price and the broker’s track record. I recommend asking the following five questions: Read more…

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CBS 2 Video | Living Large at 39 Fifth Avenue | Emily Smith’s Luxury Penthouse Tour with Tony Sargent and Emily Beare

What does $5.4 Million buy you in Manhattan? New York’s CBS 2’s Emily Smith and her camera-crew set out to find out and visited this beautiful townhouse-in-the-sky in Greenwich Village – a European inspired duplex luxury coop with custom details and a wrap-around terrace. Tony Sargent and Emily Beare of CORE share this listing on Lower Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and together had the opportunity to show WCBS’s delightful Emily Smith this New York luxury Penthouse on downtown’s coveted Gold Coast. Enjoy!

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Manhattan Real Estate Inventory Down | Signed Contracts Up

Manhattan Real Estate Inventory Down | Signed Contracts Up Snow over Downtown Manhattan | Photo by Tony Sargent (C) 2013

In the last weeks both Jonathan Miller (on Curbed) and Urban Digs reported and provided data to support what buyers and sellers alike are finding in the Manhattan luxury condo and luxury loft market; inventory is at seven-year lows and competition among buyers for new apartments that hit the market is super high. Multiple bids are back, especially in the $2-5 Million price point, and buyers in areas like Tribeca, Greenwich Village, the West Village and on the Upper West Side are feeling the heat. While the entry level market is very competitive downtown, pricing still needs to be on-target otherwise buyers are moving onto the next best property.

Check out these graphs created by Jonathan of Miller Samuel and Noah of Urban Digs. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. These graphs take things from ‘broker-speak’ to reality.

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From Tony Sargent in New York to you…

Here’s a view from the West Village, of the new Freedom Tower (center right) with Frank Gehry’s luxury residential rental building, Gehry New York, glistening in sunset last Sunday (left of image). The new World Trade Center building surpassed the Empire State Building two weeks ago Monday to become Manhattan’s tallest building. Wishing you and yours a peaceful and Happy Memorial Day from New York. – Tony Sargent

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What is Real Estate?

What is Real Estate?

What is real estate? As I leave my office late tonight, I look at the list on my desk-wall of clients who want to buy or sell. They aren’t numbers to me. They are people: fathers, mothers, children, partners. All with a dream of owning a home or having more space. A place to create memories, to celebrate anniversaries, to laugh, to cry, to perhaps disagree and then come back together. To watch teeth fall and then the 1st sideburns grow.

This is why I do what I do. To help people make their dreams come true, as smoothly as I can. Nothing feels better than to seem them smile on closing day…and five years later. – By Tony Sargent

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