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David Hench

David Hench

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
East Side Office

dhench@bhsusa.com

Tel: (212) 317-7831
Cell: (917) 570-9800

A person to serve your real estate needs with trust and experience!

David Hench is a dedicated and successful real estate broker, who has worked for Halstead Property and Feathered Nest since 1991. He has a thorough knowledge of both the rental and sales markets in New York City and is ready to help you with all of your real estate needs.

He is one of the firm's top agents, specializing in rental properties both long and short-term as well sales. David's direct and honest approach combined with his sensitivity and professionalism will help you find the best apartment according to your needs and at the best price.

David’s passion, sincerity and integrity will make the process of buying and selling and renting real estate a pleasurable one. Rental customers have become buyers, and his buyers have become sellers. He puts your individual unique needs first, and will work for your best interests.

Servicing many Fortune 500 companies and their relocating employees, David has a patience and in depth knowledge of Manhattan’s neighborhoods and buildings that has been honed over the years. It has enabled him to assist clients in articulating their specific real estate needs in conjunction with the constantly changing New York market.

A resident of New York since 1977, David is a graduate of Temple University, he received a BBA in Economics and has his Associate Brokers License in the State of New York. He is a member of Real Estate Board of New York. His hobbies include cinema, theater and chess.

Halstead Manhattan, LLC

Current Listings

Past Closings

The following are selected closed transactions in which David Hench represented the buyer, the seller, or both:

TOWNHOUSES
COOPERATIVES AND CONDOMINIUMS
RENTALS

Recent Press

For Now, It's All Yours

New York Times - Friday, August 28, 2009

Just Sold

New York Post - Thursday, April 20, 2006

Market Reports