Tom has always believed in Manhattan, and remained here during the worst of Covid.
If there is anything constant about real estate, it is that both life and market conditions are ever-changing. Since 2002, when Tom Cooper began his real estate career downtown in the wake of 9/11, through the 2008/2009 financial crisis, now during the realities of Covid, and through every sort of naturally-occurring real estate market changes since, Tom has expertly navigated evolving economic landscapes for his clients ' alert to the unique situations and sensitivities governing their specific moves.
From New Yorkers buying or selling apartments, to foreign and out-of-state buyers seeking a Manhattan home, Tom's wisdom, instinct, strategic sense of timing and nuance make him the ideal broker for Manhattan residential transactions. He has 18 years of experience guiding his clients through transactions - with seasoned, conscientious, and focused attention. His expertise has resulted in clients repeatedly seeking counsel for their next moves, and referring their friends and family over the years.
Buyers, whether they finance or pay cash, are often unfamiliar with the subtle yet meaningful distinctions and nuances of Manhattan real estate. Even those accustomed to non-Manhattan purchases rely on Tom for his knowledge and enthusiasm for his borough, and for his expertise within the real estate industry.
Sellers equally rely upon Tom, who aims not only for the best price but the most qualified buyer, too. He delivers empathetic, thorough, and straightforward counsel.
A native Californian and graduate of UC Berkeley, Tom has been a Chelsea resident and owner of two co-ops since 1999, when he moved to New York from San Francisco. He's a past member of the Board of Trustees for the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, and a passionate traveler.