Ramon Crum was born in Manhattan and raised in Brooklyn. He was attracted to the real estate industry from an early age since helping his mother with her investment properties in the city. After acquiring his B.A. in Business Economics, Ramon decided to follow his dreams and pursue his passion of residential real estate. As a result of beginning his career in 2007 in California, which was the beginning of the foreclosure crisis, Ramon decided to specialize in selling bank owned, short sales, and dilapidated properties. As a California real estate broker Ramon helped many first-time buyers and investors save money by purchasing properties directly from major banking institutions like Bank of America and Chase. Working in the Los Angeles-Long Beach area he was able to help many distressed homeowners who needed help negotiating with their lenders to allow the sale of their home.
The experience Ramon brings to New York is how to negotiate the best apartments or townhomes for the best possible price. In a fast pace environment like New York, having an experienced broker is vital to moving fast on finding and closing the deal quickly before the apartment or townhome is no longer available. His understanding of complex transactions and how external complications can halt or nullify a deal are beneficial. If you are new to the city or a seasonal veteran, rest assure that Ramon will guide you through the process so that you can make an informed decision. Educating clients about the process and the different neighborhoods on New York City is something that Ramon feels is vital in making informed decisions about where to lease or buy.