Wolf has sold in excess of $1 billion of townhouses, over 300 houses, since starting in New York real estate in 1979. Wolf is consistently recognized among the top Brown Harris Stevens townhouse brokers. Starting out as a principal in small building acquisitions, Wolf earned his broker designation in 1981. As founder of The New York Co-op and Condo Exchange, he anticipated the proliferation of cooperative and condominium apartment ownership in Manhattan. Focusing his practice on Manhattan townhouses, Wolf has negotiated hundreds of building transactions, both as a principal and as a broker. In addition to his inside knowledge of the Manhattan residential market, he is known for his extensive practical knowledge of landlord/tenant laws, real estate legal issues, landmark matters, and construction and renovation questions. By consulting with professionals in various fields who know and appreciate his business manner, Wolf is able to help find answers to his clients' questions. These specialists become invaluable resources to his clients. Wolf shares market observations and insights in "Wolf's Bites" emails that empower townhouse buyers and sellers to make the most informed decisions. Links to the most recent and past Bites can be found at bottom of this page. His reputation and acclaim have brought Wolf attention in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Robb Report, New York Magazine, Crains, television, and radio. On Wolf's client list are renowned educational and financial institutions from the United States and abroad, corporate leaders and famous personalities. Wolf is now sought out for his expertise by not only American buyers and sellers, but also those from Europe, Asia and South America. Wolf also publishes the highly acclaimed newsletter, Wolf's New Townhouse News, to a circulation of nearly 8,000 subscribers. Each issue addresses a topic relevant to townhouse owners and prospective owners written by professionals within their fie