Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Certified Negotiation Expert
Co-Founder of Comandini-Chowdhury Team at Douglas Elliman
Michael Comandini is a Residential Real Estate Expert in New York City and Miami. He works with Douglas Elliman Real Estate, New York's largest and most prestigious real estate firm. Michael provides exclusive access to both on and off-market homes and works with developers, sellers, buyers, investors, renters, and landlords.
As a top producer of his previous firm, Michael Comandini comes to Douglas Elliman with great real estate knowledge and expertise. Recently featured in Raine Magazine for "Reaching New Heights in Real Estate," Michael has seen and done it all. Michael is regarded by his clients and peers as honest, trust worthy, and thorough. With his engineering background, Michael offers a unique perspective to his clients looking for a new home or investment.
As a co-founder of Comandini-Chowdhury Team, Michael is able to help those moving within the city as well as those relocating for personal and professional reasons. His extensive network of service providers assist his clients to make the move seamless instead of challenging. This is one of the reasons why Michael has been able to attract International clients who need someone with experience to help them navigate the complexities of their deal which includes coordinating with schools, employers, families, multiple banks and more. "As the creative epicenters of the world, New York and Miami attract the best talent in the world for many industries and I have been successful helping many people find homes they love.
Originally from New Jersey, Michael studied at the New Jersey Institute of Technology with degrees in engineering and mathematics. When not deal making, you can find Michael participating in various philanthropic organizations, working out at Equinox, and lounging at the beach. Today Michael calls the Lower East Side and Miami Beach home. He draws on his expert knowledge and powerful network to fulfill most any real estate need.