Daniel moved to Brooklyn in 2001 and has intimate knowledge of the city and can add both insight and a local perspective based on having seen many of the current housing changes take place while living here.
Daniel ventured into real estate shortly after buying his first home and becoming intrigued with the idea of being something different than your average Realtor. After a first-hand experience of meeting numerous people in the industry that did not impress him, he felt there was a need for more good agents and there was certainly a place for a person like him in real estate. He has quickly become an incredibly successful agent over the last four years increasing his sales volume each year in what most have been calling a down market. He attributes his success not only to hard work but also taking time to connect with his clients and make sure they know he is working for them.
He has worked with a variety of clients, including first time home buyers, where he draws on his background in teaching to make sure that all parts of the transaction are fully understood. He takes the time to go through all of the details from start to finish in order ensuring that his clients understand everything they are agreeing to before signing anything. He also enjoys working with sellers, where his professionalism and attention insure that all aspects of the home selling process go as smoothly as possible.
Before working in residential real estate, Daniel was a high school teacher with 9th grade students. As a teacher his patience and his ability enabled him to work with a variety of personalities. He has brought these people skills to his career in real estate and takes pride and gratification in helping people work through what can be a difficult and challenging process. When he is not working, he enjoys spending time with his friends and dog, as well as playing golf and basketball.