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Justin DiGiulio
Oxford Property Partners

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Justin DiGiulio   For the better half of the last decade, Justin has tirelessly devoted his career to learning the real estate market in NYC. His first year in the business he was the top producing rental agent at a boutique rental firm. Before the year’s end he hired a small team, training them to market their listings, generate leads, network to build strong relationships and close deals efficiently and effectively.  What sets Justin apart from many his peers is his drive to be the best. Expertise is defined by market knowledge, experience and resourcefulness. As an expert agent in the rental market, Justin was making hundreds of new connections every year with new clients and their networks. This extended network is the foundation for his success. To market listings to sell and rent fast, Justin uses his trusted network and the unique three tier marketing system that he developed himself. With over 90 transactions closed in 2015 alone proving that Justin’s strategies are both effective and efficient. In 2015 Justin opened a sales and commercial department and thus began The DiGiulio Team.   The DiGiulio Team is the largest Team within Oxford Property Group. While Justin has developed many agents and worked with a small group of 4-5 over the course of his career, he now trains and manages an exceptional team of 18 agents.  The brilliant design of the team is the expansive diversity each member brings to the table. Justin knows that the key to selling and renting fast is networking. The DiGiulio Team speaks 13 different languages in total and has a total of 35 years experience in the NYC real estate market.  As a new team at Oxford Property Group, The DiGiulio Team will be working relentlessly to prove their ranks and solidify their presence in the market as a force not to be reckoned with.

Renter Reviews of Justin

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Conor ****

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11/05/2015
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Justin was great. I was working with someone prior to him, and had conversations with a handful of other agents, and they dragged their feet, sometimes straight-up lied to me, and good apartments were disappearing right and left. Justin was different.

I wasn't thrilled about our first meeting--it seemed the agency he was working for had a policy about making people come in to the office instead of meeting them at an apartment--so I had to trek into Midtown hell. Once I was in there, he told me the place wasn't available any more, so I was, obviously, pretty pissed. But Justin is a person (!), saw that I was upset, and told me, "Look, I'm not going to jerk you around. If we can find something for you, I'll do my best to put you in it. If not, I'm not going to waste your time." We crunched the numbers, got all my paperwork together, and he had one of his associates go with me to check out a few apartments that same afternoon. I found the one I wanted, he cut me a deal on the commission since I came to him, and we got the lease signed as soon as the landlord was able.

Listen, finding a place in Manhattan is a nightmare. I went through the ringer looking for one and was fed up. But Justin was honest, respectful of my time, and got me into an apartment that I love. The dude is good people. Looks like he's working for a new agency now--they're lucky to have him. Highly recommended.

I rented an apartment from this agent.

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Alexis ****

review date
10/22/2015
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Great Broker!

I did not rent an apartment from this agent.

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Hattie ****

review date
04/16/2014
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First off, I’ll say I was extremely overwhelmed by the conquest of relocating permanently to a city I’ve visited one time. Compared to Chicago, New York has quite a few differences in formalities when it comes to renting an apartment... Not to mention NYC is significantly larger than Chicago – which presents that much more to digest (neighborhood vibes & offerings, safety, affordability, etc.). Justin was prepared with an answer to my every question (I had a LOT of them). Him & his associate squashed any and all insecurity with legitimately helpful pros/cons. The viewing/showing process was not gimmicky or pushy (which I cannot say about all brokers! – Many of which I witnessed during mass-showings). And the initially intimidating application process turned out to be a total breeze! Upon approval, a genuine “congrats” was SO appreciated & made me feel legitimately welcomed. And even after signatures had been written & checks had been delivered, Justin remained available for questions about keys, utilities, etc. – which is a RARE quality post-transaction. If I could do it all over again, I’d hands-down select Justin to be my broker... and hey, if I ever choose to move to a new apartment I won’t hesitate to use him again either.

I rented an apartment from this agent.

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Michael ****

review date
08/24/2013
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Justin responded to our initial message, but his partner Aaron was the one that took our apartment search personally and really tried to teach us about the process while looking for the best spaces for us.

I did not rent an apartment from this agent.

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Amy ****

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07/25/2013
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Justin is great! He would respond my message quick and work positively with me to try to help find a great apartment in NYC!

I did not rent an apartment from this agent.

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Dyfed ****

review date
01/13/2013
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Justin was polite, professional and fast. He offered me a great range of apartments for review.

I did not rent an apartment from this agent.

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Nicole ****

review date
11/07/2012
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This agent posted a 1 BR with backyard for $2295. I wasted my time to go view it and the property managers informed me the unit was actually $2895. The ad is still up to this day. The managers informed me that there were no units in their building that were anywhere near $2295.

I did not rent an apartment from this agent.

Justin DiGiulio Responded:
Nicole, while the asking price was higher, the apartment rented at $2295. Reason being is that this was a brand new building. The initial asking rent was way higher than what the apartments would ultimately rent for. I know it's frustrating and confusing. You had asked the property manager the price and this is why you heard two different numbers. My advertised price was the amount the apartment did rent for.

Justin's Apartments

$2,550 Washington Heights
2BR, 1BA
Pets Allowed, On-site super
6 Days since update
$2,595 Washington Heights
2BR, 1BA
Elevator, Laundry Room, On-site super
9 Days since update
$3,350 Hamilton Heights
4BR, 1BA
Elevator, In-Unit Laundry, Dishwasher, On-site super, Elevator Building
4 Days since update
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Justin's Specialties

Manhattan

Clinton, East Village, Harlem, Morningside Heights, Upper West Side, Washington Heights

Queens

Astoria, Long Island City

Brooklyn

Greenpoint, Williamsburg