Kim Mogul Wright

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

Real Estate Agent

About Kim Mogul

After 7 years at NBC Sports and then 10 years at home raising her 2 children, Kim began her successful real estate career with Douglas Elliman. Since 1999, Kim has sold over 200 million dollars worth of property.

Kim’s real estate success is due to her superb personal service “selling apartments the way I would want to be treated, with knowledge and honesty and without the pressure”. Kim puts herself in her customer’s shoes and really listens to their “wish list”. She helps her sellers and buyers with her extensive network of professional referrals, such as mortgage brokers, contractors and real estate attorneys. As a mother of two children she has a wealth of information about Manhattan schools.

Her clients and customers include singles, couples, families and retirees. She thoroughly enjoys working with buyers who are relocating to New York City. She has placed people from all over the U.S. and Europe.

Kim is an expert negotiator. The intricacies of the deal-from the initial offer to the closing table you will have her undivided attention. She takes special care in educating her clients during the process, working with the coop/condo application, communicating with the boards and the attorneys. Her customers are always in the loop. One satisfied buyer said, “Kim helped me through the coop thicket; it’s a tough job and Kim performed it exceedingly well. She was a true professional under all of the pressure”.

In addition to serving on her cooperative board for over 14 years, Kim has coached girls soccer, volunteers at her Synagogue and was a fundraiser for the public schools that her children have attended (PS 87, Wagner and Beacon High School).

While Kim knows the upper West Side best having lived there over 30 years, she sells apartments throughout Manhattan and invites all inquiries.

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Kim Mogul Wright

1995 Broadway
New York, 10023

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Real Estate Weekly
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