Patricia Cliff has sold luxury real estate in New York City for more than 35 years. In January 2013, her book, "The Art of Selling Real Estate" was published. Available on Amazon as both a trade paperback and an e-book, it incorporates the wisdom that Patricia has acquired in the course of her very successful career selling real estate in an extremely competitive marketplace. She began her NYC real estate career consulting with Aristotle Onassis on the planning and marketing of Olympic Tower and performed the same role for Charles Shaw, the Chicago developer of the architectural award winning Museum Tower, which rises above MOMA, the Museum of Modern Art. Patricia is the go to expert sought out by developers for advice on their forthcoming properties. Patricia has introduced local as well as international buyers to every major condo development in Manhattan both as individuals seeking primary residences or pied-à-terres. She also specializes in satisfying investors’ diverse needs who wish to acquire a carefully chosen portfolio of Manhattan properties. The vast experience she has garnered representing the idiosyncratic needs of individual purchasers and sellers of cooperative apartments, condominiums and townhouses in Manhattan has ranked her as a recognized leader in the industry. Licensed as an attorney in NY State, Patricia brings her legal analytical skills to the table in every negotiation. She has also served on various City Bar Association committees, including their Housing and Urban Planning Committee. A guest lecturer at New York University’s Real Estate Institute, Patricia has shared her well known expertise in the field with numerous students who made her courses amongst the most popular at the Institute. She is also a sought after featured speaker.