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Marsha Essman

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Marsha Essman is a passionate, energetic, and driven native New Yorker whose commitment to customer service and building long-term relationships ensures her clients’ real estate goals are achieved. Marsha’s love for helping people and her affinity for New York City make real estate the perfect career. After 25+ years in the fashion and home textiles industry, Marsha has a background in building multi-million dollar businesses in a fast-paced, high-pressure, and time-sensitive environment; skills that she utilizes every day in her real estate transactions.

Marsha’s greatest joy comes from advising and facilitating her client's dreams. Whether you’re looking to buy, sell, or rent Marsha understands the journey to find a new home is about more than just identifying a property, it’s about helping make the entire process as seamless and efficient as possible. With trusted industry relationships and a proven track record with clients, Marsha has the tools to guide you through every aspect of your real estate journey.

Outside of real estate, you can find Marsha taking advantage of all that NYC has to offer. She’d love to show you around if you’re new in town! She has traveled to over 30 countries and feels fortunate to have connected with people from all over the world while enjoying their unique cultures and foods. Marsha can’t wait for you to take the journey home with her.

Properties Listed by Marsha

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May 22, 4:30 – 6:00 PM
West Village, Manhattan, NY
1 BD, 1 BA, Co-op
Listing courtesy of The Agency
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Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
1 BD, 1 BA, 737 SQFT, Condo
Listing courtesy of The Agency

Marsha's Transaction History

Address Price Type
421 Hudson Street, #521 $3,250,000 Sold
1 Northside Piers, #11D $1,685,000 Sold
102 Fulton Street, #7E $1,625,000 Sold
309 2nd Street $1,605,000 Sold
1 Northside Piers/#16C $1,250,000 Sold
547 W 47th, #803 $1,140,000 Sold
171 N 1st Street $1,092,000 Sold
226 E 2nd St, #2C $995,000 Sold
48-21 5th St, #2G $940,000 Sold
18 Lincoln Place, #2R $925,000 Sold
14 Horatio, #7C $920,000 Sold
1 Northside Piers/#22A $826,000 Sold
11-02 49th Avenue, #6M $825,000 Sold
2 Northside Piers, #3D $805,000 Sold
350 Albany St, #4A $715,000 Sold
855 West End, #6C $700,000 Sold
2 Tudor City Place, #2LS $600,000 Sold
2351 Adam Clayton Powell, #512 $598,000 Sold
405 W 57th, 1E $439,000 Sold
275 Central Park West $19,000 Rented
160 W 62nd St $16,380 Rented
35 Hudson Yards $13,500 Rented
641 Fifth Avenue $12,500 Rented
509 3rd Av, PHC $9,530 Rented
152 E. 87th St $9,500 Rented
420 E 54th Street $9,197 Rented
165 E 66th $8,675 Rented
64 Delancey St $7,500 Rented
460 W Broadway $7,500 Rented
75 West End $6,100 Rented


In The Press

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Sep 10, 2019
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