Tom Seaver once said, “If you don’t think baseball is a big deal, don’t do it. But if you do, do it right.” Eric Kleinstein, a lifelong baseball fan, applies Seaver’s philosophy to real estate as well—he does it right. A graduate of The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management, Kleinstein approaches the real estate market with the same drive and strategy used in the most competitive baseball games. Through careful consideration and understanding of his clients’ desires, Kleinstein understands that New York has a home for everyone—it’s just a matter of finding it. Kleinstein excels in communication -- a result of his background in media and professional sports. It is his skills in building relationships with people that led him to the New York real estate industry. Kleinstein works tirelessly to find the right home for the right person and will not accept anything less than perfection. “I appreciate the level of competition in this field and the bigger the challenge, the better,” Eric explains. After all, Kleinstein believes that if you are going to do real estate, do it right. Kleinstein’s focus is Midtown East, Murray Hill and Gramercy Park, although wherever his client wants to relocate, he will be there to assist.