Josh Sarnell brings to the table several years of successfully selling and marketing properties both locally in Manhattan and nationally from New York to California. Josh approaches his real estate business with unparalleled enthusiasm and knowledge making him a highly sought after broker, real estate analyst and source of information.
Born and raised in New York and having lived various places domestically and abroad, Josh has a unique world view of the Manhattan Real Estate process and the people involved. Josh treats each client’s goals and dreams as paramount. Whether your first home, pied-à-terre, or addition to your portfolio, Josh adapts to each situation and is available 24/7 to aid his clients.
Beginning is Sales and Marketing for Penguin Group and USA TODAY, Josh’s skills effortlessly transferred into the world of Real Estate. After a successful run at Manhattan’s premier Investment Real Estate Brokerage, Marcus and Millichap, Josh transferred his passion for Real Estate into his own Investment Group in San Diego and Tucson. While there, Josh used his business savvy to purchase and sell numerous properties ranging from single family homes to 200 unit multi-family properties.
Having bought and sold his own properties, Josh has a strong sense of his buyers and sellers needs. His experience allows clients to enjoy a smooth process from beginning to end, garnering long lasting relationships.
Whether it's providing clients with up-to-date news and local statistics or marketing an apartment to the largest number of qualified buyers, Josh's understanding of the Manhattan Real Estate Market gives his clients the edge they need to make the right decisions.
“Josh went above and beyond what I expected from any broker. Purchasing my first apartment was difficult enough but when the move in date did not correspond with my closing date, he offered a solution until I was able to move in.” Vanessa B.
“My apartment was on the market for 2 years until I hired Josh. He was able to sell find a qualified buyer within the first 2 months of being on the market. Owning 2 restaurants is hard enough without dealing with the sale of my apartment. He allowed me to focus on my growing business and the opening of a new restaurant.” Tory D.<!--EndFragment-->