A seasoned real estate professional since 2005, and a New Yorker for over 25 years, Sean Sutherland has done well over $100,000,000 in transactions. Sean is uniquely qualified to get the best price for his sellers and often produces multiple offer sales. He educates his buyers on the market, and consistently finds them a home they fall in love with. In both anticipating his buyers needs or educating his sellers on how to realize value, Sean consistently displays a total commitment to the process, and is only pleased when his clients are. Sean believes that in the often turbulent world of New York City Real Estate, the process of selling an apartment or purchasing one can be fraught with many unexpected roadblocks. Possessing years of problem solving is what Sean can offer his clients. Having worked with many fulfilled sellers over the years, Sean has been rewarded with many letters from past clients: I was amazed how Sean was able to navigate through the process which resulted in us getting the highest price possible for our apartment. Sincerely, Yolanda K, H With Sean, you do not get the impression that he is out to make a quick sale; instead he is there to be your advocate. Regards, Steven R. I am a bit demanding when it comes to matters of business and being in sales, customer service means a great deal to me. I honestly could say that Sean is exceptional at customer service, and he treated me like his only client. Thanks, Mike D Sean has a cheerful disposition and demonstrates utmost professionalism, and it was a pleasure interacting with him even during challenging moments. Regards, David K Seans areas of expertise are Condos, Co-ops, and Townhouses on both the Upper West Side and the Upper East Side. He also has helped many foreign national buyers over the years make their first purchase in New York City, and he is an expert on the unique challenges and concerns that face foreign nationals buying their first home. Outside of real estate Sean has an avid interest in literature. He is the director of a reading series in Brooklyn that both is a home for writers to read their works, while also helping to raise money for non- profit institutions like the New York Coalition which has helped to feed New York Citys homeless, The Adirondack Mountain Club, and The Hall House of Bridgeport Connecticut, which assists the underserved.