Investment specialist Amanda Rosenberg is consistently regarded as one of New York City's most successful real estate agents, and was nationally ranked within the top 1% of the 41,000 agents operating under the largest residential real estate brokerage in the United States before joining Douglas Elliman Real Estate, where she was ranked in the top 8% of agents company wide in 2018. Previously, she was one of the youngest Vice Presidents in a preeminent real estate firm in New York City, where she appeared on Top Sales Agents and Top Rental Agents lists multiple times. Due to her impressive track record, Amanda has been a guest lecturer on the subject of negotiations for MBA students at the University of Oxford and University College London.
Sellers, buyers, landlords and renters all benefit substantially from Amanda's ability to negotiate favorable prices and terms by presenting compelling data to support offers and counteroffers. Representing clients in the sale, acquisition, and leasing of new developments, luxury condos, co-ops, brownstones, and townhouses, her guidance from many years of experience have proven to be invaluable resources. Whether she is exclusively listing an apartment for sale, guiding a buyer through the purchasing process, or finding the perfect rental, Amanda exceeds expectations, resulting in repeat business and referrals over the course of her sixteen-year career.
As a former member of her Upper East Side co-op's Board of Directors, Amanda has extensive experience working closely with property management companies and contractors. She excels in preparing buyers and renters for co-op board interviews, as she has been both the interviewer and interviewee in multiple real estate transactions.
Amanda is a native New Yorker and a graduate of Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, where she earned a B.F.A. in Dramatic Writing in 2004. She is also a master's student pursing a degree in Psychology at the Graduate School of Arts & Science at New York University, with a concentration in Clinical Psychology. She volunteers her time as a Research Assistant at Harvard University's Department of Psychology, and as a counselor with STOMP Out Bullying. Believing strongly in the importance of philanthropy, Amanda is a member of numerous environmental and animal welfare organizations and has adopted two rescue Chow Chows.