Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Tel: (212) 396-8244
Kervin Vales joined Halstead in 2006, since joining the company he has been focused on expanding company's sales in the Lower East Side. His attention to detail and professionalism in serving clients needs, will be greatly appreciated by his buyers and sellers alike.
Having begun his real estate career as an assistant to John Ciraulo President of Massey Knakal Realty Services, he has learned what it takes to be a good neighborhood expert. When he was with William B. May he evaluated over 300 buildings in the area and has closed in excess of $10 million in sales.
Originally from Brooklyn, New York Kervin majored in real estate at New York University. He has taken courses such as real estate finance, real estate marketing and psychology. All of which has helped him better serve his client's needs.
His honesty and knowledge of his product and market has helped him build a strong presence in the area, which assures the best outcome possible for his client. He is always happy to give potential sellers an opinion of value on a property, thus allowing them to begin the marketing procedure with accuracy.
517 Grand Street sold twice
513 Grand Street
120 Orchard Street
Halstead Property, LLC
The Archdiocese of New York is selling a Lower East Side Jesuit middle school for boys and the building will most likely be converted to a mixed-use building, the Wall Street Journal reported. The mostly tuition-free school for disadvantaged youth,...
The Real Deal - Monday, April 30, 2012
More than 40 years ago, when the Nativity Mission Center opened a private middle school for disadvantaged but promising children at 204 Forsyth St., its Lower East Side neighborhood was a pretty rough place.
Wall Street Journal - Sunday, April 29, 2012
119 Orchard Street, formerly home to Fine & Klein Handbags
By Candace Taylor
The site of Fine & Klein Handbags, one of the longtime anchors of the iconic Orchard Street shopping district, and...
The Real Deal - Monday, November 10, 2008
Harry Zarin Co. Sells 20 Units for $473,600 Per Unit
Nish Realty Corp. acquired the apartment building at 105-107 Eldridge St. in Manhattan from Harry Zarin Co. for $9.47 million, or approximately $473,600 per unit.
CoStar Group - Thursday, April 03, 2008
The Halstead Property 2013 Annual Meeting was held on February 4th at Cipriani. This video shows all the awards presented to the top producing agents in distinct areas and company wide for 2012.
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