Guiding and educating clients is extremely important to Terry di Paolo. His focus is to provide a first-hand experience of what's available - letting the properties speak for themselves so the options and decisions are clear.
Terry loves working with first-time buyers and renters, newcomers to New York, as well as seasoned New Yorkers who need to see another side of the city. He has an astute ability to understand the needs of others due to his adeptness as a listener and an observer. Terry also prides himself on his extensive knowledge of NYC, its evolution and cultures, honed by giving walking tours and managing a database of NYC history. His expertise, patience and preparedness allow him to seamlessly advise clients through the intricate search and transaction processes.
As a former photographer who did commercial work for major names like Conde Nast, Time Warner and others, Terry has a keen eye for potential in a space, and knows how to showcase properties at their best. Besides being creative, he's also extremely detail oriented as proven in previous roles organizing conferences for senior managers across a variety of industries.
Terry excels at connecting with people, their lives and their needs on both professional and personal levels. "I work closely with my clients to understand what drives them and connects them to this great city. I use that insight to match them with a home that best fits their unique personality."
A longtime New York City resident, Terry has been enamored with NYC since his teens. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, and is an avid runner/marathoner.
Battery Park, Carnegie Hill, Chelsea, Chinatown, Clinton, East Harlem, East Village, Financial District, Flatiron, Gramercy, Greenwich Village, Hamilton Heights, Harlem, Hell's Kitchen, Inwood, Kips Bay, Little Italy, Lower East Side, Meatpacking Dist., Midtown, Midtown Center, Midtown East, Midtown West, Morningside Heights, Murray Hill, NoHo, Nolita, SoHo, Theater District/Times Square, TriBeCa, Tudor City, Union Square, Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Washington Heights, West Village