Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
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Andrew Fine joined Halstead Property in February 2010 with 14 years experience in residential real estate, including 10 years running his own boutique brokerage, A. Fine Company, Inc. Andrew has always been an innovator who has leveraged technology to build a stellar career in real estate. Early in the internet age, he built one of the first full service brokerage websites which pre-dated larger competitors to the net, and routinely drew considerable traffic. He was also one of the first brokers to blog, creating A. Fine Blog in 2007. Nearly a half million users have viewed A. Fine Blog, and it is routinely referenced by real estate publications such as The Real Deal, Curbed, and others as well as publications like the Financial Times, The Observer, and the New York Times.
For Andrew, “I Love New York,” is clearly an understatement. Born in Boston, Andrew moved to the Upper East Side with his family in the early 1970s and it was love at first sight. Despite a brief stop in Washington D.C., schooling at Blair Academy in Blairstown, New Jersey, and Occidental College in Los Angeles, New York is a clear #1 for Andrew.
There is no place like it in the world. To wake up every morning in the financial and cultural capital of the world is invigorating. In New York City, there is always something new to experience, to eat, to look at, and as I often do, to write about.
A career in real estate is a natural fit. Not only does Andrew bring incredible passion to what he does, he enjoys every minute of it. For sellers, Andrew prides himself on his ability to drive the greatest traffic to a property to bring about the best price. “It’s all about traffic. With my marketing experience and the vast reach of the Halstead platform, I believe that I can drive traffic to my sellers’ properties in a more efficient and more impressive fashion than any of our competition.” For buyers, Andrew believes that listening to clients’ exact wants and needs save both buyer and broker valuable time. He then works tirelessly to scour every resource available to insure that every suitable property is found, and in a timely fashion. When it comes to the nuts and bolts of a deal, Andrew has extensive experience in successful negotiation, package completion, and if needed, a strong network of lawyers, mortgage brokers and a variety of resources to help both buyer and seller.
A self-professed “work-a-holic,” Andrew looks forward to putting forth the strongest effort to suit your real estate needs today.
Halstead Property, LLC
Andrew Fine's Past Closings
The following are selected closed transactions in which Andrew Fine represented the buyer, the seller, or both:COOPERATIVES AND CONDOMINIUMS
- 200 East 66th Street A704
- 31 West 12th Street 3W
- 1060 Park Avenue 8D
- 1105 Park Avenue 9D
- 101 West 81st Street
- 210 East 73rd Street
- 142 East 16th
- 225 West 60th
- 305 Second Avenue
- 425 East 13th
- 184 Thompson
- 26 West 119th
- 301 West 118th
- 425 West 25th Street
- 26 West 119th
- 266 West 115th Street
- 30-80 21st Street Lic
- 400 East 90th
- 85 Mercer Street
- 100 West 18th Street 3C
- 635 West 42nd Street 34J
- 100 Riverside Blvd 10B
- 100 Riverside Blvd 5N
- 505 West 47th Street
- 225 East 79th Street
- 24 Fifth Avenue 909
- 515 East 72nd Street 5J
- 515 East 72nd Street 6H
- 515 East 72nd Street 6J
- 435 East 65th Street 7F
- 62 West 62nd Street 6F
- 160 East 65th Street 21F
- 225 East 34th Street 11D
- 440 East 57th Street 2DRENTALS
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UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CO-OPS AND CONDOS By Andrew Fine , Lic. Associate R.E. Broker in our Village Office Part 1 - Co-ops - Ownership structure where apartment “owners” don’t actually own the apartment, but own shares in the “cooperative” corporation that correspond...
Thursday, April 02, 2015How Co-Ops And Condos Differ By Andrew Fine
Here is Part II Unlike co-ops, you physically own your apartment. Unlike co-ops, your monthly charges are divided into two payments called “common charges” and “real estate tax”, rather than being lumped into one payment.
Monday, March 30, 2015Barclays Green Roof Construction Update
BARCLAYS UPDATE By Andrew Fine , Lic. Associate R.E. Broker in our Village Office Travels took me to Barclays Center and Park Slope today. Pictured above is work on the large steel frame for the green roof that will eventually cover and for local residents, hopefully...
Tuesday, March 03, 2015
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