Matt Wallace brings a fresh, enthusiastic and diligent approach to real estate. Coming from the finance industry, he faces each decision with a sound investment perspective. His analytical abilities and innovative mindset allow him to thrive in negotiations and marketing strategies. He is uniquely positioned to help both buyers and sellers scrutinize the impact of real estate on their total balance sheet and net worth.
Matt has a keen passion for getting to know people, and his intuition gives him the strong ability to understand his clients’ interests and aspirations. He believes that a solid working relationship is built on the ability to relate to a clients’ needs. His affable personality and pleasant demeanor are excellent complements to his no-nonsense business acumen. Matt is determined to help sellers understand the market and to help buyers to find the perfect match.
Prior to joining Sotheby's International Realty, Matt worked in residential real estate at Brown Harris Stevens and in financial services at both Electron Capital Partners and PricewaterhouseCoopers. He holds a BBA in Accounting/Finance and a minor in Economics from The College of William & Mary. Matt was raised in Alexandria, VA and attended Gonzaga College High School in Washington, DC.
In New York, Matt has lived in both Nolita and Midtown West before settling in the Flatiron district. He is involved with the Boehly Center’s Finance Officer’s Council and is a patron of the Elton John’s Aids Foundation, Stupid Cancer, The Center and Broadway theater.