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Sandy  Mattingly

Sandy Mattingly

Licensed Associate RE Broker
Licensed as Charles M Mattingly
Office: SoHo
524 Broadway, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10012
Office: (212) 941-2597
Mobile: (917) 902-2491
Fax: (212) 230-4230
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About Sandy

Sandy Mattingly works with people who value knowledge, judgment and expertise, and who -- as he demonstrates value -- will be as committed to him. The people who work with Sandy are happy that they do, because they are informed, confident and in control. Sandy eventually learned that he may not be a good fit with someone who prefers to be told what to do as opposed to be guided, or who prefers to have their views supported instead of questioned if market facts require.

No one covers the downtown loft market like Sandy, whose www.ManhattanLoftGuy.com blog is the go-to source for real-time loft info since 2006. Indeed, the editors of Curbed.com called Sandy "one of the finest and most honest broker-bloggers the NYC real estate industry has produced to date" and he publishes the only open compilation of downtown loft transactions. With this very public record of transparency, buyers and sellers know they get the same 'market read' rather than a spin.

Sandy's sellers are well-informed about the market when they set or adjust asking prices, they understand how to interpret the market reaction to their listing (number of showings, buyer feedback, othert terms. When they know enough about the market (in their time frame, on their terms), they move along the scale from 'just looking' to focused bidding. Their market knowledge puts them in a strong negotiating position and because they understand what is required from them they are prepared for financial disclosure, with documentation ready.

Having practiced law for many years, Sandy brings a raft of analytical tools, a keen intelligence, and a client-focus to his work. He will anticipate what even the most intelligent real estate "civilian" may not fully understand, and provide as much information as the client wants, when the client wants it. (His first clients called him "user-friendly", and they were right.) Having raised three daughters downtown, Sandy knows how real estate needs change over time, and the challenges facing families regarding space, security and economy. 'Service' is something that involves more than work for Sandy: he is currently the chair of the pastoral council of his church; he has been the head of the parents association and a board member of one of the largest private schools in the city. He is old enough to have been in the very first wave of Tribeca yuppies and has a long and deep appreciation for the charms and challenges of neighborhoods throughout Manhattan.

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Sandy  Mattingly
Sandy Mattingly
Licensed Associate RE Broker
Licensed as Charles M Mattingly
Office: SoHo
524 Broadway, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10012
Office: (212) 941-2597
Mobile: (917) 902-2491
Fax: (212) 230-4230
My Listings
Sold
Rented
About Sandy

Sandy Mattingly works with people who value knowledge, judgment and expertise, and who -- as he demonstrates value -- will be as committed to him. The people who work with Sandy are happy that they do, because they are informed, confident and in control. Sandy eventually learned that he may not be a good fit with someone who prefers to be told what to do as opposed to be guided, or who prefers to have their views supported instead of questioned if market facts require.

No one covers the downtown loft market like Sandy, whose www.ManhattanLoftGuy.com blog is the go-to source for real-time loft info since 2006. Indeed, the editors of Curbed.com called Sandy "one of the finest and most honest broker-bloggers the NYC real estate industry has produced to date" and he publishes the only open compilation of downtown loft transactions. With this very public record of transparency, buyers and sellers know they get the same 'market read' rather than a spin.

Sandy's sellers are well-informed about the market when they set or adjust asking prices, they understand how to interpret the market reaction to their listing (number of showings, buyer feedback, othert terms. When they know enough about the market (in their time frame, on their terms), they move along the scale from 'just looking' to focused bidding. Their market knowledge puts them in a strong negotiating position and because they understand what is required from them they are prepared for financial disclosure, with documentation ready.

Having practiced law for many years, Sandy brings a raft of analytical tools, a keen intelligence, and a client-focus to his work. He will anticipate what even the most intelligent real estate "civilian" may not fully understand, and provide as much information as the client wants, when the client wants it. (His first clients called him "user-friendly", and they were right.) Having raised three daughters downtown, Sandy knows how real estate needs change over time, and the challenges facing families regarding space, security and economy. 'Service' is something that involves more than work for Sandy: he is currently the chair of the pastoral council of his church; he has been the head of the parents association and a board member of one of the largest private schools in the city. He is old enough to have been in the very first wave of Tribeca yuppies and has a long and deep appreciation for the charms and challenges of neighborhoods throughout Manhattan.

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About Sandy

Sandy Mattingly works with people who value knowledge, judgment and expertise, and who -- as he demonstrates value -- will be as committed to him. The people who work with Sandy are happy that they do, because they are informed, confident and in control. Sandy eventually learned that he may not be a good fit with someone who prefers to be told what to do as opposed to be guided, or who prefers to have their views supported instead of questioned if market facts require.

No one covers the downtown loft market like Sandy, whose www.ManhattanLoftGuy.com blog is the go-to source for real-time loft info since 2006. Indeed, the editors of Curbed.com called Sandy "one of the finest and most honest broker-bloggers the NYC real estate industry has produced to date" and he publishes the only open compilation of downtown loft transactions. With this very public record of transparency, buyers and sellers know they get the same 'market read' rather than a spin.

Sandy's sellers are well-informed about the market when they set or adjust asking prices, they understand how to interpret the market reaction to their listing (number of showings, buyer feedback, othert terms. When they know enough about the market (in their time frame, on their terms), they move along the scale from 'just looking' to focused bidding. Their market knowledge puts them in a strong negotiating position and because they understand what is required from them they are prepared for financial disclosure, with documentation ready.

Having practiced law for many years, Sandy brings a raft of analytical tools, a keen intelligence, and a client-focus to his work. He will anticipate what even the most intelligent real estate "civilian" may not fully understand, and provide as much information as the client wants, when the client wants it. (His first clients called him "user-friendly", and they were right.) Having raised three daughters downtown, Sandy knows how real estate needs change over time, and the challenges facing families regarding space, security and economy. 'Service' is something that involves more than work for Sandy: he is currently the chair of the pastoral council of his church; he has been the head of the parents association and a board member of one of the largest private schools in the city. He is old enough to have been in the very first wave of Tribeca yuppies and has a long and deep appreciation for the charms and challenges of neighborhoods throughout Manhattan.

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September 18, 2014
What Makes a True Loft, and Where to Find Them

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16 Years in Real Estate
Address Unit Neighborhood Price Beds Baths Rooms Approx Sq. Ft. Type
322 Central Park West 322 Central Park West, 10C 10C Upper West Side $3,600,000 2 3 6 N/A Co-op
80 WARREN ST 80 WARREN ST, 67 67 Tribeca $2,850,000 3 3 N/A 1,700 Co-op
303 MERCER ST 303 MERCER ST, A304 A304 Greenwich Village $2,517,115 2 2 4 1,400 Co-op
24 West 30th Street 24 West 30th Street, 11 FL 11 FL Flatiron $2,395,000 2 2 4 1,979 Condo
24 West 30th Street 24 West 30th Street, 10 FL 10 FL Flatiron $2,250,000 1 2 4 1,979 Condo
225 Fifth Avenue 225 Fifth Avenue, N/A Flatiron $1,750,000 2 2 4 1,280 Condo
885 West End Avenue 885 West End Avenue, 8C 8C Upper West Side $1,675,000 2 2 6 N/A Co-op
291 Union Street 291 Union Street, 6C 6C Carroll Gardens $1,631,650 3 3 3 1,612 Condo
91 Central Park West 91 Central Park West, 8E 8E Upper West Side $1,450,000 2 2 4.5 N/A Co-op
140 East 28th Street 140 East 28th Street, 4G 4G Kips Bay $1,370,000 2 2 4.5 N/A Co-op
80 John Street 80 John Street, 20A 20A Financial District $1,340,000 2 2 4 1,079 Condo
1 Grand Army Plaza 1 Grand Army Plaza, 8C 8C Prospect Heights $1,200,000 2 2 6.5 1,270 Condo
10-55 47th Avenue 10-55 47th Avenue, PH8A PH8A Long Island City $1,155,000 2 2 4 1,216 Condo
250 West 24th Street 250 West 24th Street, 5BW 5BW Chelsea/Hudson Yards $975,000 1 1 3 700 Co-op
575 Sixth Avenue 575 Sixth Avenue, 5B 5B Flatiron $710,000 1 1 3 700 Co-op
205 Third Avenue 205 Third Avenue, 5F 5F Gramercy $595,000 1 1 3 700 Co-op
189 Schermerhorn Street 189 Schermerhorn Street, 10K 10K Downtown Brooklyn $390,428 1 1 3 733 Condo
340 East 74th Street 340 East 74th Street, 1G 1G Upper East Side $387,000 1 1 3 714 Co-op
241-20 Northern Boulevard 241-20 Northern Boulevard, 3K 3K N/A $380,000 2 2 4 1,192 N/A
77 Underhill Avenue 77 Underhill Avenue, 3A 3A Prospect Heights N/A 1 1 3 525 Co-op
Address Unit Neighborhood Price Beds Baths Rooms Approx Sq. Ft. Type
302 West 12th Street 302 West 12th Street, 2E 2E West Village $9,000 2 2 4.5 N/A Condo
16 Years in Real Estate