Luxury Homes and Real Estate - Sotheby’s International Realty

New York City Real Estate

Kay's opinion is that in order to attain a high level of success, whether personally or professionally, it is imperative to apply discipline, dedication and determination to any endeavor. It is with this intent focus and unparalleled enthusiasm that Kay approaches her real estate work and her role in fulfilling her clients' unique needs.

Kay's success philosophy, coupled with the unprecedented service and attention she offers buyers and sellers, makes her a highly effective broker who is intent on attention to detail and focused on helping clients feel they're her number one priority. She believes in listening to what customers really want, then exceeding their expectations. She arms buyers and sellers with the knowledge and guidance they need to make well-informed decisions. The best advice she can offer any buyer or seller is to align with an agent who is knowledgeable of the current market, real estate conditions of varying neighborhoods and trends that drive value.

Prior to joining Sotheby's International Realty, Kay was with Prudential Douglas Elliman. She began her real estate career with a commercial brokerage firm, Cushman & Wakefield. She holds a degree in Marketing Management from Baruch College, which she earned while honing her sales and marketing experience as a sales assistant with WLNY-TV and WCBS-TV.

An Upper West Sider who resides with her two children, Kay particularly understands the needs of families in New York City. She also owns two investment properties in London, England, an experience which fuels her ability to effectively navigate international clients through the complex and often daunting real estate process. Fluent in English and Spanish, Kay is an avid traveler who has lived in her native Dominican Republic, as well as in Japan. She also plays a key role with the New York City charitable organization United Way, and she is an enthusiast of modern and contemporary art and a longstanding member of MoMA and Brooklyn Museum.