An outgoing and efficient representative with a welcome sense of humor, Dan Janow prides himself on being the perfect ally in the search for a new home. In fact, he sees his role as something akin to a consultant—a collaborative guide who provides value by educating clients, researching options, and solving problems.
At the beginning of the search, Dan likes to ask as many questions as possible, in order to streamline the process later on. “Questions take time and questions save time,” he says. “But when it comes to looking at apartments, I use a ‘show, don't tell’ approach.” Dan is a native New Yorker with a broad knowledge base of neighborhoods and properties throughout the city. A practicing attorney before he joined the real estate industry, his ability to target, research and synthesize information is vital to his success as a representative.
Dan received his B.A. from Franklin and Marshall College and his J.D. from George Washington University, where he was proud to be Chief of Staff of the Student Bar Association and captain of the softball team. He also wrote comedy skits, danced, and acted in the “Law Revue show” for which he was the first person voted “Worst Singer” two years in a row. He’s a huge Yankees fan whose extracurricular pursuits include intramural sports, chess, and stand-up comedy. He calls the Financial District home.