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Jennifer Taylor, a vice president with The Corcoran Group and a managing director of The KTK Partnership, is a dedicated real estate professional who brings high caliber performance and proven experience to every real estate transaction she facilitates.
With over half a billion dollars in closed sales, Jennifer is ranked nationally as one of the country's top producing real estate brokers by The Wall Street Journal, focusing on all forms of home ownership including townhouses, cooperatives and condominiums across Manhattan.
Guided by a firm belief that a home is not just a place one lives but the essence of one's existence, Jennifer provides tremendous insight to her clients whether they are buying or selling.
demeanor, strong knowledge of Manhattan neighborhoods and a keen understanding of market trends and conditions, Jennifer has earned her reputation for obtaining optimal results from the negotiation process to the board package to the final closing.
Having bought and sold several Manhattan properties herself, Jennifer truly understands the value of home ownership from both an important financial and emotional investment. Whether a primary residence, pied-a-terre or investment property, Jennifer believes property should not only reflect individual taste but serve as a sound, life enhancing investment as well.
Originally from Rochester and a graduate of Cornell University where she studied biology and chemistry, Jennifer spent 16 years as an environmental consultant prior to her career in real estate. She lived and worked in Chicago before moving to Manhattan in 1995. Jennifer lives on the Upper West Side with her husband and two sons.
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- Class of 1987 Cornell University
- 10 Years in Real Estate
- Sales Agent of the Month - March 2006
- Sales Team of the month - April 2008
- NRT Top 100 Teams - January 2007
- Manhattan Top Rental Agents of the Month - April 2012
- Central Park Conservancy
- Cornell University Club