As a father of three young adults and a full-time real estate agent, you could say that Norman Horowitz loves both his jobs. He has always enjoyed the interplay of people and made it a cornerstone of his life and work. The process of finding or selling a home or selling can be seamless with Norman involved, and his 25 years in the field and 1,800+ successful real estate transactions are a testament to this. Norman's educational background includes a bachelor's degree in psychology from the City University of New York and a master's in real estate evaluation from New York University. He also completed CCIM (commercial investment) designation coursework and is an honor graduate of the Defense Language Institute at the Presidio of Monterey, California. Applying the discipline and interpersonal skills developed during his six years of military service as a non-commissioned officer in the Human Intelligence and Linguistics specializations, Norman immediately rose to recognition in the Manhattan real estate sphere. His uncanny ability to consistently assemble an average 10 rental & sales deals per month led to a promotion as Manager of his first firm's Downtown office, overseeing 30 full-time brokers. During that tenure, Norman created an in-house training program emphasizing client service and the continued professional growth of each agent, while de-stressing income quotas. To expand his real estate base, Norman joined Brown Harris Stevens (then Halstead) in 1994 and has consistently been a top producer. He augments his real estate transactions with feasibility studies, appraisal seminars, expert testimony, complex negotiations, and membership in the Real Estate Board of New York, Upper Manhattan Broker's Association, and The Downtown Broker's Association. Norman has achieved over $100 million in sales. He specializes in large condominium conversions and townhouses, working with major developers and homeowners who have sought out his expertise, reputation, and guid