Elias Marte is a lifelong New Yorker, a genuine Brooklyn resident who is most familiar with the North Brooklyn sector. That said, he can put his general knowledge of New York City to work to find a special property in your neighborhood of choice. Elias is fluent in both English and Spanish giving him the ability to build strong rapport with a wide range of clients. He knows how important to it can be to speak the customer’s native language making them feel more comfortable. Many of the skills he possesses were built upon the wide variety of successful backgrounds and experiences that he had. Before entering into real estate, Elias worked for many years in retail, where he learned how to forge deep-level connections with customers on a daily basis. Elias worked in a retail store in the busy shopping district of Astoria, Queens where he was the top seller at the store with both English and Spanish speaking customers alike. With a background in retail service, Elias absolutely understands the significance of a satisfied customer, “I will listen to you and will work tirelessly on your behalf”. Elias has the natural ability to develop loyal, respectful and a trust-based relationship with clients. This has been a major has been a key to his success.
The name Elias Marte might sound familiar, since one of my hobbies is blogging. Being a huge menswear enthusiast, Elias writes in his blog about his favorite clothing brands like Barbour, Brooks Brothers, Ralph Lauren, LL bean, Vineyard Vines and other classic preppy styles. The Upper West and East Side are my favorite shopping districts and I will gladly give you recommendations. Elias’ interests are architecture, art, baseball, discovering new indie music, fashion, and learning more about New York City. Elias believes that each building is unique and has its own story, and it is his duty is to help you find a building with a story worth sharing. Feel free to email, text, or call him at your convenience. “To be successful in real estate, you must always and consistently put your clients’ best interests first. When you do, your personal needs will be realized beyond your greatest expectations”.