Ted O'Sullivan is in the relentless pursuit of helping clients find and acquire a property regardless of their budget. His intent listening, and ability to "read" what isn't spoken, allows him to hone in on the best neighborhood, home and deal within your specific parameters.
Ted feels that key to the process is providing clients a thorough education of current market trends, pricing, amenities and availability. "By keeping my clients informed and offering close guidance through each step of the process from application to acquisition, I do my best to provide the most enlightening and rewarding experience. Whether it is a rental or a purchase, my clients know they have me by their side at every turn. My goal is to do everything in my power to locate and secure the properties that my clients love and want to call home."
Originally from Boston, MA, Ted holds a BFA from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. He also received an MFA from The School of Visual Arts in NYC. What has always been at the heart of his professional vision as both an artist and a realtor is his appreciation of aesthetics, art and architecture, and the belief that they are integral to the quality and meaning of life. "In New York, we have an ever- evolving juxtaposition of period architecture, new developments and a hybridization of everything in between existing side by side. The confluence of styles and various modalities of living and lifestyle are what make New York the premier city in the United States."
Besides exhibiting his art work both nationally and internationally, Ted has also served as a caretaker for the blind, and as an art installer who was responsible for the care, transportation and installation of some of the world's most renowned pieces of modern art.
Ted has enjoyed New York City living for over 12 years, with the majority of that time in the vibrant and eclectic neighborhood of Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. His favorite pastimes include visiting museums, gallery exhibitions and lectures, reading, restaurants, and hearing live music.