Originally from a kibbutz in Northern Israel, Daniel landed in New York over eight years ago and has worked in real estate ever since, first as a land and commercial acquisition specialist, and then as a project manager for development sites in Brooklyn and Queens. He makes good use of this experience with his current buyers and sellers by providing insights on every aspect of the market from multiple industry perspectives. "While I might be defined as a broker, I also see myself as a consultant. Selling property is different than selling a car or a bottle of water. In real estate, both the opportunities and the risks are infinite; there is not always one right or wrong answer or a set approach to take. It depends on the client and the market. Markets change so quickly that even veteran developers don’t always know exactly what they’re stepping into. That's why I’m here."