Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Tel: (646) 831-7048
A home is defined not only as an important basic need, but also as a reflection of your identity, personal taste and most of all, a haven in which to seek refuge on a daily basis. Susan Silberfein, a 30-year resident of Manhattan, will find you the “ideal” home.
Susan’s talents revealed themselves early in her real estate career when she began selling new developments, including Toll brother’s luxury waterfront property…at record pace. She loves what she does and it shows. She has a keen insight into understanding the needs of the buyer and seller as well as the developer and is committed to providing exceptional personalized service, while building relationships.
A former psychology major and Advertising Sales Manager for a premier hospitality publication, Susan has navigated nearly every neighborhood in New York City where she has refined her skills as a consultant and negotiator.
Resourceful, innovative and a true professional, Susan will work diligently on your behalf to simplify the transaction while making the experience enjoyable. She’ll even make you laugh.
"You were an excellent hostess and an honest broker. I can’t thank you enough for your attention to my specific apartment needs." - Maya M., Voluntary Health Organization"Thank you for taking the time to show us around. It was quite helpful and it is clear that you know your building and the area very well. The owners are very lucky to have you." – Arthur S., CEO Cogswell Realty
Halstead Property, LLC
Susan Silberfein's Past Closings
The following are selected closed transactions in which Susan Silberfein represented the buyer, the seller, or both:COOPERATIVES AND CONDOMINIUMS
- 540 West 28
- 540 West 28 Street
- 540 West 28 Street
- 540 West 28 Street
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New York Times - Friday, May 13, 2011
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