About Susan Singer


A New York real estate specialist since 2000, Susan is experienced in New York Luxury Real Estate. A results-driven real estate professional in Chelsea, Susan enjoys strong on-going business relationships and sought-after by both corporate executives, referrals from all walks of life, and her neighbors at London Terrace Towers. If you are buying, selling or renting in NYC she’ll walk you through all the steps. Her ingenuity and success in selling downtown prime properties while maximizing the return on investment for her clients has earned her awards, accolades, and a stellar reputation. Over her 18-year career, Susan has sold well over 500 apartments. Her success is due to her extreme client-centric focus, and keen ability to meet her buyers’ and sellers’ needs . . . Her no fear approach and out-of-the-box thinking in representing buyers and sellers has resulted in a long list of satisfied clients and successfully closed transactions. Susan is comfortable rolling up her sleeves to ensure that a property is presented perfectly; that includes personally staging. She completed a two-year degree program in Feng Shui before refocusing her love of home design in a rewarding real estate career. Besides being known as the “Queen of London Terrace,” Susan also became recognized as the Eco Queen of Green as New York City’s first Certified Eco-Broker in 2006. After a 15-year career in wholesale accessories Susan ran a green business in upstate New York selling all natural and recycled products for the home and garden. Missing the music scene in Manhattan, she returned to work as Director of Direct Marketing for American Baby Magazine. Focusing on the investment and her clients’ lifestyle, Susan projects five to seven years ahead when recommending a property. Along with her professional expertise, Susan is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York. She is also active with “The Word is Love” organization, which serves the needs of children of incarcerated adults. While her Real Estate career has limited her time devoted to singing jazz and cabaret, she spends her free time frequenting the various venues in the city and is a Patron of Jazz at Lincoln Center.