As a Senior Associate at Living NY, Jared Courville is part of a new generation of innovative Manhattan real estate professionals. With an unwavering dedication to his clients’ every need, Jared combines exceptional service with an innate ability to listen and understand exactly what it takes to accomplish their goals. His customized approach to every transaction distinguishes Jared in a crowded marketplace, as does his thoroughness, thoughtfulness and extraordinary knowledge of the Manhattan real estate market.
Jared’s real estate philosophy is simple: you don’t close a deal; you open a relationship. He understands that buying, selling, or investing in real estate is one of the most significant events in someone’s life – one that deserves a professional’s complete dedication. Genuine, friendly, honest and helpful, Jared respects this major undertaking and knows that a transparent relationship is essential to building a client’s knowledge and trust.
His strong reputation is based on his stellar performance and the consistent referrals he receives from satisfied customers. His vast experience has taken him to every corner of the city for all types of clients, understanding that each of their needs is different. Whether clients are new to the city or have been in New York for life, Jared will help them find the perfect home—and he settles for nothing less.
Originally from Boston, Jared moved to New York City after graduating from Wesleyan University. A former varsity swimmer at Wesleyan, Jared enjoys teaching swimming lessons and coaching competitive athletes in his free time. He currently resides in SoHo.
Battery Park City, Chelsea, Chinatown, Clinton, East Village, Financial District, Flatiron District, Gramercy Park, Greenwich Village, Harlem, Hell's Kitchen, Kips Bay, Little Italy, Lower East Side, Meatpacking District, Midtown Center, Midtown East, Midtown South Central, Murray Hill, NoHo, NoLita, SoHo, Theater District - Times Square, Tribeca, Tudor City, Union Square, Upper East Side, Upper West Side, West Village