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Matthew Siegel

Matthew Siegel
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

575 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10022
Office: 212.303.5204
Mobile: 917.561.2770

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About Me

When it comes to Manhattan real estate, sellers and buyers alike applaud Matt Siegel for his wealth of knowledge and sound advice. He is recognized as a consummate real estate professional with his finger on the pulse of current real estate market conditions.

Matt's interest in real estate began more than 20 years ago when he was handling his personal real estate portfolio. He enjoyed the challenges and excitement of buying and selling New York properties. In 2000, he joined the award winning team of Diane Kramer & Jo Siegel.

As a key team player, Matt brings quality service and is held in the highest regard by his colleagues as well as buyers and sellers. His stellar reputation stems from his genuine efforts and concerns to provide the best possible attention to his clients.


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