Marc Nayor brings white-glove, concierge service to his clients, helping them navigate all aspects of buying and selling properties. He has a keen eye for detail, deep appreciation for craftsmanship, and strong passion for real estate that is evident in every single transaction.
Marc feels that honesty and trustworthiness are the two most important facets to his client relationships. Beyond that, a holistic, informed view of the market and extensive negotiation experience are among the other fine qualities that set him apart. “It’s all about keeping it simple and not overwhelming clients with minutia from the start. Be transparent, and provide the data and options that will help them make educated choices.”
Professionally, Marc spent more than 20 years managing teams and negotiating complex, multimillion dollar media and technology deals with major Fortune 100 companies. He then pivoted to help run a fine jewelry business, building out the online and social presence while ensuring that the high-touch, concierge model was maintained and enhanced. “Real estate, like jewelry, is both personal and a commodity. Some may look for the perfect, polished offering, while others seek out the diamond in the rough. I believe that no matter what a client is looking for, my role is to bring solutions, dedication and transparency to the process, and maximize their property or budget potential.
Marc’s interest in real estate blossomed over several years of managing the conversion of a brownstone in a landmarked neighborhood from nine rental units to five full-floor condos which sold for record prices at the time. Prior to that, he was involved in some successful flips of homes in Southern California.
Born in the city and raised just outside of it, Marc is a graduate of Skidmore College and has lived in Manhattan for more than 25 years. When not busy with clients, he can be found enjoying time with the family, running in the park, cooking, tasting a great bottle of wine, trying out the latest restaurants, or on the slopes snowboarding.