Brown Harris Stevens | Established 1837

Broker Specialist Program

Broker Specialist Program

Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales and Brown Harris Stevens Residential Management, both premier service providers in the respective fields, work closely together. Their leadership in sales and management pre-dates the beginning of cooperative and condominium residential ownership in Manhattan. Now - as then - residential sales is an information and service business. Having a sister company in the business of residential management means having more information and results in better service to our clients. This is especially true in the case of cooperatives ownership.

Every residential property in the Brown Harris Stevens management portfolio is assigned to a highly-experienced, knowledgeable Brown Harris Stevens agent who serves as Broker Specialist to the property. The Specialist gathers information about current market conditions, sales transactions, building transfer requirements and building policies, as well as the physical layout of the building and the floor plans of the apartments to share with the buildings' residents.

Silvana Malpelli, Executive Director, Senior Vice President of Relocation and Broker Specialist Services directs the Broker Specialist program. Acting as a liaison between the sales and management divisions, she personally oversees all Broker Specialist activities on the more than 160 buildings throughout New York City. A real estate veteran with experience in all aspects of the industry, she takes great pride in providing personalized service, building lasting relationships and getting the results necessary to make sure information is shared properly and in a timely manner. As a result, we are the leader in listings and sales in all our managed buildings.

We invite you to contact us for further information:

Silvana Malpelli Silvana Malpelli, CRP, GMS Executive Director, Senior Vice President,
Relocation and Broker Specialist Services
Tel: 1-888-247-7356
smalpelli@bhsusa.com

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