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Ric Salinas Bond New York (646) 723-3018 250 Mercer St
New York, NY 10012


The New York City market is often characterized as brutal, chaotic and ridiculously expensive. Besides the obvious challenges, players in the business often fail to understand the kind of emotional barriers that this presents to buyers, sellers and renters. Ric understands these as a chief challenge to navigating the New York market and brings an understanding and caring quality to his clients. 
Born and raised in Texas, Ric has lived here for a decade, and has established himself as a bona fide New Yorker with his savvy sense of the beat and pulse of the city. He understands his customer's needs for style, comfort, location, convenience, and knows that the clients home is the cornerstone of their happiness. His strong suit is guiding everyone involved in the deal to a happy, smooth and successful finish despite the financial, tactical and emotional challenges that present themselves along the way. 
He has mentored over 40 agents who were brand new to the businessmost of them still in the business succeeding -- which is no small feat. 
Ric has closed over 500 rental deals in every neighborhood in Manhattan over his 7 years. He has also received Top Producer awards and accolades every year that he has been with Bond. 
Ric cares and understands your needs and wants. These may not always be easy to put into words. This kind of understanding is an invaluable, organic quality that often seems scarce in the New York market.

My Specialties

Bowery, Chelsea, Chinatown, East Village, Flatiron District, Gramercy Park, Greenwich Village, Little Italy, Lower East Side, NoHo, NoLita, SoHo, Tribeca, Union Square, West Village, Williamsburg