Mary A Vetri
Mary A. Vetri, a top-producing agent for over 20 years, is a native New Yorker who calls Greenwich Village home. Mary's proven results combined with her confident, polished and always pleasant approach mean that many of her transactions are with repeat clients or referrals who come back over and over again through the years to rent, purchase, or sell a property. She has a wealth of referrals, be it attorneys, stagers, movers or architects, at hand that she frequently uses to make sure every last detail is handled with the utmost care and professionalism.
Mary achieved many of downtown’s best sales and rentals due to her extensive experience and knowledge of the market. Mary can quickly pinpoint buyers or properties that meet each client's needs. Sales properties range from studios to large penthouses and townhouses and from homes in new residential projects to some of the oldest and most historic buildings in all of New York. Mary is a well diversified agent and has successfully handled conversions, working alongside not only the sponsors but the architects and interior design teams. While very active in residential sales, Mary is also one of Brown Harris Stevens top producers in rental properties, and has been honored with the Brown Harris Stevens Rental Broker of the Year for Manhattan.
Prior to joining the Brown Harris Stevens lower Fifth Avenue office in 2005, Mary was a licensed associate broker at the William B. May Company's Greenwich Village office. She was recognized numerous times for top production as "Broker of the Quarter" and consistently received recognition for her efforts through awards and promotions. Awards include her selection as the 1997 recipient of the company-wide President’s Apple Award, and the Patricia Mason Memorial Award, William B. May’s most prestigious award, in 1998. The late Pat Mason was also Mary's mentor. Mary was promoted to Vice President in 2002, and in 2004 was named a Senior Vice President.
Mary began her career at Salomon Brothers as a Vice President, specializing in corporate relocation and mortgage products. Later, Mary transitioned from Wall Street to residential Real Estate, starting in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, where her family still resides.
Mary is a member of the National Arts Club on Gramercy Park and Gardiners Bay Country Club on Shelter Island, where she has a home. She is also a member of the Real Estate Board of New York and is often quoted in the New York Times, NY Magazine, Financial Times and other publications.
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New York, NY 10011
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