Personal relationships are everything to Christopher Espinal, who has been selling and renting real estate in New York City for 10 years. "I try to make my clients and customers feel extremely comfortable," he says. "For me, transparency and communication are paramount. I want people to feel as confident as possible."
Christopher's open, honest approach, hard work ethic and dedication to his clients' needs have earned him a loyal following, as well as repeat referral business. His persistence, professionalism and strong negotiating skills have led to the successful sale of many properties in New York City. During the collapse of the market, Christopher capitalized on his foreclosure and short sale expertise to close over 150 properties in Brooklyn and Queens. Christopher's ability to accurately speculate on neighborhood conditions and provide detailed information about previous sales in a number of different areas has resulted in a vast mental inventory of homes that gives him a distinct advantage over other agents.
Christopher believes that in any industry, there is no excuse for poor customer service. As such, he dedicates all of his time and energy towards educating potential buyers on every aspect of their real estate decision, from the home and the amenities to the neighborhood and lifestyle features they should consider. For those interested in selling their property, Christopher focuses on cutting-edge marketing plans and staging ideas will ensure that the seller's property will be shown in the best condition possible to ensure the most exposure, and command the highest price.
A native New Yorker, Christopher has lived in various neighborhoods throughout the city. At the moment, he spends a majority of his time throughout areas of Queens building his reputation as an awesome agent but he can occasionally be spotted in Williamsburg attending performances by local talent or in his music studio in Bushwick working on electronic music production – a hobby that he loves almost as much as real estate.
Christopher Lee Espinal