Luxury Homes and Real Estate - Sotheby’s International Realty

New York City, New York

J. Roger Erickson

Roger Erickson has been a top producing broker in Manhattan for over 20 years with sales well in excess of a billion dollars. Over his tenure at Sotheby's International Realty, he ranks as the #1 broker in terms of Gross Commission Earned. In 2010 he was ranked as the #1 broker in sales volume at Sotheby's International Realty in Manhattan, the brand's #2 broker nationally and for the sixth year in a row, he has been recognized in The Wall Street Journal and REAL Trends as one of the Top 250 Agents in America by Sales Volume, consistently ranking as one of the top 20 agents in the nation.

Roger has been able to create stellar deals for his clients in good times and bad. Known for his ability to successfully work with both celebrities and international business leaders, he has participated in countless record-setting transactions in both the uptown and downtown neighborhoods. Roger was featured as one of Manhattan's top brokers on the cover of The Real Deal, a real estate trade journal, and on the cover of The New York Observer. He was also featured in the Top 20 Brokers in New York Magazine's cover story, Real Estate's New Power Brokers. Previously, Roger was featured in another cover story by the same publication, The Most Powerful Real Estate Brokers in New York. His confidence, advertising and direct mail campaigns were all mentioned as contributing to his spectacular record, as was his ability to gain buyers entrance into the most selective co-ops.

With his association with Sotheby's International Realty as a Senior Global Real Estate Advisor and Associate Broker, Roger combines his exceptional talent with the world's leading residential brokerage firm.

Prior to becoming a broker, Roger worked at CBS for 10 years in both the television and music divisions. He is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Roger is a member and guest speaker for the Real Estate Board of New York. He is also a member of the University Club.

Roger is an active supporter of f.a.c.e.s., a charity that endeavors to help children with neurological problems and developmental delays. He is married and has a son and twin daughters.

Visit Roger's personal web site at www.Roger-Erickson.com