Luxury Homes and Real Estate - Sotheby’s International Realty

New York City, New York

Martine D Capdevielle

A Senior Global Real Estate Advisor and Associate Broker with Sotheby's International Realty, Martine Capdevielle is a resident of the world. Prior to the United States, she lived in Europe and South America and travelled the five continents while a travel editor at French Vogue.

After ranking in 2012 in the top 2% NRT agents nationwide, Martine ranked in the top Half 1% out of 42,000 NRT agents during the fourth quarter of 2013. Her global outlook, international connections and marketing skills enable her to promote her exclusives worldwide. Her trained eye and creative approach from her experience as a former journalist help her quickly match properties with clients. Her loyal clientele trust her taste and experience, asking her to make real estate decisions from thousands of miles away. Martine’s customers comprise an international network of personalities and business leaders as well as investors.

As a result of Martine’s attentive, informative, hands-on-service, her clients and customers tend to make the most judicious real estate decisions based on the cutting-edge information she provides on the current Manhattan market. Her experience includes high-end sales and rentals of townhouses, co-ops and condos ranging from the East to West Sides of Manhattan and all of Downtown, Brooklyn Heights and Williamsburg.

Most recently, Martine represented the seller of a landmarked 24-foot townhouse located on one of the most coveted blocks of the Upper East Side. Her marketing and negotiating skills contributed to finding a buyer for this property within only three months.

Martine's dedication, perseverance and negotiating expertise (CNE®/Certified Negotiation Expert) help facilitate every aspect of a deal. She is aware that relocating is a challenge that involves both financial and emotional considerations. She is discrete, tenacious and detail oriented. Her exclusive clientele benefits from her strict adherence to confidentiality.