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"I'll say it again... how great it was working with you. What a terrific experience! A maturing one from start to finish. You treat your profession and your clients with such respect, it's truly inspiring."— Mo Rocca, CBS Sunday Morning News, Buyer
Whether you are a buyer or a seller, Court Hassinger has a service-oriented approach toward his clients’ goals in the NYC real estate market. From pre-war to new development, he understands the nuances that will lead to a successful outcome for the full-time resident, pied-a-terre owner, 1031 exchange, or investor.
Court guides his clients away from the herd mentality and helps them make the best decisions based on facts. He will navigate you through uncertain territory in a series of steps and explain the process along the way! Court is a creative problem solver and believes the challenges of doing business in Manhattan can be turned around to attract limitless possibilities. Yes, there can be positive results for both buyers and sellers in today’s market!
Court joined The Corcoran Group to work specifically for the company with the strongest NYC brand identity and marketing presence. Court has a Master’s degree in advertising from UCLA. He began his graduate study with a Fellowship at Pratt Institute after receiving his BFA degree in Pennsylvania where he grew up. Prior to his real estate career, he worked in the advertising industry as an art/creative director in Los Angeles, London and New York. Court specialized in developing a branding identity for consumer product launches via national print and broadcast campaigns. With a reputation as an unconventional thinker, his conceptual ideas resulted in ad agencies pitching and winning new business accounts. He now uses this skill-set to market and sell real estate.
Court has been a buyer and seller of homes and condominiums in LA and NYC for over 20 years. He personally took charge of renovating his first home in LA by completely gutting the interior and starting over. He learned to handle the resulting challenges of designing a home renovation. Court subsequently became a landlord in both LA and NYC. He recently completed the challenge of gut-renovating two of his apartments at the same time. Court has lived on the upper East side and presently lives on the upper West where he serves on his condominium board of directors. Court is a member of the Real Estate Board of NY (REBNY).