Mitchell Hall, NYC Real Estate Broker/ Blogger that embraces transparency and technology while successfully representing Manhattan sellers, owners, landlords, buyers and tenants.
Get to know Mitchell J Hall
Your Broker. Mitchell Hall
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker - Blogger - Webmaster - Marketer
Mitchell Hall, is a new breed of broker/blogger in Manhattan and Brooklyn that embraces and understands transparency and technology. His blogs, websites and social media participation are designed as a transparent consumer service to help NYC buyers, sellers, owner/landlords and renter/tenants make informed real estate decisions.
He has lived in desirable Manhattan neighborhoods in Brownstones, Pre War and Post War buildings. Having lived and traveled throughout the US and abroad Mitchell knows "There's No Place Like Home" both financially and emotionally.
Comfortable with all types of people, lifestyles and financials he knows how to listen, to focus, "to read between the lines" and to work hard to satisfy his client's real estate needs.
A seasoned Associate Broker with The Corcoran Group, the leading residential real estate firm in New York City, Mitchell knows it's never just a house or apartment. It’s more than a zip-code, more than a skylight. More than a hardwood floor and pre-war details. When it’s right, a home is not just the physical space where you reside. It’s where you come to life.
It’s the first, best expression of who you are—as an individual, as a couple, as a family.
Mitchell makes every effort to understand your hopes, your dreams, and your very unique personality. Then he uses that understanding, and all of Corcoran's resources, to find and market homes that go beyond checklist, and even the wish list, to that wonderful feeling you get when something just feels right.
It’s never just a house or an apartment. It’s where you live… and it’s who you are.
Live who you are.
Your Budget. Your Needs. Your Broker. Mitchell Hall
- Manhattan, New York City Relocation Guide
- Manhattan Living: Brownstones to Glass Mansions in the Sky
- Manhattan Relocation: Helpful Tips, Links and Contact Information
- Relocation Guide: Time Line For Purchasing A Manhattan Home
- Relocation Guide: Understanding (and loving) Manhattan
- New York Apartment Terminology A-Z: A Consumer Guide
- NYC Room Count: A Consumer Buyers Guide
- New York City Building Terminology
- Co-ops vs. Condos: Understanding Manhattan Housing
- The Co-op Board Interview: Tips to Help Pass a Coop Board Interview
- Manhattan Coop & Condo Restrictive Covenants
- Aztec Recognition Agreement
- FAQ About Manhattan New Developments
- Manhattan Selling "AS IS"
- Manhattan Closing Costs for Coops and Condos
- How to Rent an Apartent in Manhattan, NYC
Back to School Series
- Back to Manhattan Colleges and Universities
- Back to NYC Public Schools
- Back to Upper West Side Private Schools
Your Neighborhood. Your Building. Your Broker. Mitchell Hall
Neighborhood Market Reports
- Hamlton Heights
- Sugar Hill
- Morningside Heights
- Manhattan Valley
- Upper West Side
- Central Park West
- Riverside Boulevard
- West End Avenue
- Upper Broadway
- Sherman Square
- Verdi Square
- Upper East Side
- Carnegie Hill
- Clinton/Hells Kitchen
- Greenwich Village
- Battery Park City
Building Market Reports
- Apthorp Apartments
- The Ansonia
- The Beresford
- The Castle 455 Central Park West
- The Dakota
- Hotel des Artistes
- 50 West 86th
- Landmark Living
- The Oliver Cromwell
- Starchitect Skyline
- Pomander Walk
Your Home. Your Apartment. Your Broker. Mitchell Hall
Mitchell J Hall's Blog Posts
ActiveRain Real Estate Network member since July 2006 - Group Moderater
- Lic Assoc Real Estate Broker
- International Sterling Society
- Certified Relocation Specialist
- Trulia Century Award Winner
- Top NYC Blogs Award
- BA in Communications from The American University, Washington DC
- Certificate in E-Commerce from New York University
- Member of The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY)
New Co-op and Condo Development
A Look at New York City 2015-16
By Jonathan Barnes
Featuring agent Mitchell Hall: http://cooperator.com/articles/2912/1/New-Co-op-and-Condo-Development/Page1.html
How the Word ‘North’ Affects Prices
"At 45 Central Park North, an income-restricted co-op, prices are lower, and bidding can get fierce. A three-bedroom on the second floor, listed in July at $469,000, attracted multiple offers above $500,000, said Mitchell Hall, an associate broker with the Corcoran Group.
Published: November 12, 2013
Featuring Corcoran broker Mitchell Hall: http://www.amny.com/urbanite-1.812039/middle-of-the-uws-fun-activities-gorgeous-homes-in-the-80th-streets-1.5417791 more
MANHATTAN UPPER WEST SIDE 155 W. 68 Street $720,000 Junior four. One bedroom with separate dining alcove or den/home office. Abundant closet space, new floors, new renovated kitchen with Concor... more
How to be the perfect candidate
TIPS FOR CO-OP BUYERS - by: Scot Meyer
Corcoran Multi Million Dollar Circles Club 2015
Best Real Estate Blog Award 2016
Testimonials for Mitchell J Hall
You are an amazing broker. I’ve worked in the business before you are just great! Thank you for your dedicated time. You know, 2 years ago I read a post you wrote on HDFC’s. I called you just to see if you’d even take my call and you did.
You stayed on the phone with me forever, you even referred me to some lawyers even though it was not your deal. I don’t think you remember this…but, I went crazy looking for you this time around on the internet and found you.
Your disposition to give me information (a stranger) about something that would benefit me and another broker did not deter you from helping me. As God would have it, you are the man who 2 years later ended up brokering the deal.
I hope that your commission is multiplied into many blessings over your life. Thank you for being so gracious and helping us get out of there.
All the best,
Dear Mitchell, As I told you, there isn't a day that goes by that I feel utter and complete gratitude for all the work you did in order to enable us to secure the coop unit in the Monterey. Pure Bliss. Saludos, CaForment
Mitchell Hall is one of those rare agents, that will be there for you every step of the way in a purchase or a sale of your property. He was always available on phone, spent an enormous amount of time with me and my wife...and made our deal happen, as quickly as possible. He is a real professional guy and takes pride in his work and seeing that his clients are extremely happy. Besides all of this Mitchell is a very down to earth person and makes you feel comfortable from the moment you meet him. I will definitely recommend him to future buyers and sellers of properties in NY.
Mitchell Hall knows NYC like a native because he is a native. He knows the buildings, their amenities, the lifestyle selectors and how to connect buyers and sellers. He shares his in-depth knowledge of NYC in his blog. Follow it and you'll know that Mitchell is the one to call for buying or selling in Manhattan. After following his blog, I recommended that a family member hire Mitchell to sell a 1-BR apartment in Manhattan. Mitchell's blogging and marketing attracted an international buyer and got the deal done! It wasn't easy due to some issues with the building, but Mitchell's expertise pulled it through!
Mitchell Hall sold 2 of my apartments in Manhattan. One was a Chelsea co-op and the most recent was a Battery Park City Condo. After he sold my Chelsea co-op, I knew Mitchell was the only Manhattan Realtor I wanted to sell my Battery Park city condo.
The reason was very simple. Successful selling in Manhattan real estate is based on the correct pricing for the unit. If it’s priced too high, there won’t be enough interest and the unit will sit on the market.
However, if it’s priced just low enough to generate a healthy response, the potential buyers will compete for the property and bid up the price. In both instances, this was the case.
Mitchell was able to get the best price for my units based on pricing the units at the correct pricing point that led to bidding wars on the apartments. And in both instances, the units sold for well over the asking price.
In my mind, being able to price units correctly in Manhattan is not an easy task. There are so many variables that affect a unit’s value - even in the same building. Mitchell’s combination of extensive market knowledge, professional demeanor and outstanding negotiating skills always brought in the highest price for my units.
I have since moved from Manhattan, however, if I was ever to return to the city, Mitchell Hall would be the first Realtor I called.
I would highly recommend Mitchell Hall as a Realtor in Manhattan and don’t hesitate to sign my name to this letter.