My name is Michael Alexander Brown. I specialize in helping people sell property or find the home of their dreams in Brooklyn, Harlem, The Bronx and Westchester County, New York. Whether your property is a co-op, condo, single, multi-family dwelling or investment property, I am confident my expertise, marketing and negotiating skills will get you the highest possible price in the shortest amount of time if you are selling and the lowest possible price if you are buying.
If You Are Selling . . .
In my career I have successfully sold more than 50 properties in the shortest amount of time that other brokers were not able to sell. I sell over 85% of my own listing. I will actively promote your property and sell it on my own.
If You Are Buying . . .
Since I do more business than most agents (more than 80% of them) in the County, I will be able to negotiate the lowest possible price for your purchase. The key in getting a good deal is dealing with an agent that is a strong negotiator. That's why you need me on your side. The market constantly changes; therefore you need the most qualified agent to be on your side to get you better results who can adapt to the changes.
Michael A Brown has received the Silver Sales Award from the Westchester County Board of REALTORS®, Inc. for outstanding real estate sales from 2006-2010.
The Awards program is conducted annually by the Board of REALTORS® to recognize high levels of individual achievement in the number and dollar volume of real estate transactions as compiled from the records of the Board's subsidiary, the Westchester-Putnam Multiple Listing Service, Inc.
REALTOR® Michael A. Brown, a resident of The Bronx, has been in the real estate business for 4 years. Michael A. Brown has also acquired his Associate Brokers license within the last year.
Southern Westchester County, The Bronx, Brooklyn and Harlem - Top 20% of Westchester County Brokers - Top 5% of agents in The Bronx and Westchester County.
Team Leader. New Yorker. Realtor. Entrepreneur. Business Owner. Proudly serving Lower Westchester, the Bronx, Harlem & Brooklyn since 2004.