As a proud owner of two co-op apartments, Bryan understands the buying, selling, renting, and renovation process on a personal level. After 7 years with another firm, Bryan switched to Brown Harris Stevens in 2016. During his career, he has sold more than $69,000,000 worth of real estate. For sellers, Bryan is a strategic marketer who markets the property to its advantage and to its target audience in order to produce a qualified purchaser who can close on the unit. He utilizes all potential strategies when considering a new listing, including working with sellers to stage vacant apartments, utilizing contractors to get apartments "showroom ready," and going the extra mile to understand all of the co-op or condo's policies so there are no surprises for potential buyers. While working through each transaction, Bryan preemptively considers next steps to ensure the transaction moves as smoothly as possible. For purchasers, he takes an advisory approach, closely analyzing sold and "in contract" listings in much the same way an appraiser does. This ensures his clients understand the market value of a property. He also critically analyzes current listings to understand floorplans, photos, views, and monthly charges so as to not waste his buyers time. Prior to working in real estate, Bryan worked for several years as a landscape architect at a Manhattan firm specializing in the design and installation of rooftop terrace gardens and townhouse gardens. His design experience lends itself well to envisioning the possibilities for a space. The gut renovations of two apartments he owned were educational experiences, and these experiences allow him to act as a resource for his purchasers when considering spaces that have untapped potential. Customers and clients enjoy Bryans constant attention to detail, engaging approach, and sense of humor. When not hard at work for his customers or clients, Bryan enjoys traveling, skiing, cooking, and running. He also volunteers as a me