Weigner, founder and President of Marilyn Weigner Associates, Inc.,
has been a leading broker in Greenwich Village for over twenty years.
Established in 1981, her boutique firm has grown into the premier
real estate company of Greenwich Village. We recently set the record
for the highest price ever paid for a post-war co-op apartment in
the history of Greenwich Village. We have consistently set records
for many properties including The Brevoort, Two Fifth, The Brevoort
East, The Stewart
House, One Fifth, The John Adams, The Victoria and 43 Fifth Avenue.
team of knowledgeable, well-trained brokers are skilled in all aspects
of real estate, including pricing, marketing, commercial, §1031
exchanges, leasing, financing, preparing board packages, carefully
screening buyers and representing estates. As a result, many of
our clients are either referred or are repeat
customers. Often times a buyer who paid a record price will return
to us as a seller, because of our performance, our high level of
professionalism and our continued ability to obtain record breaking
Weigner Associates recognize that each home we list is unique. We
recently successfully marketed three apartments in the same line,
by differentiating between them. The large brokerage houses viewed
these apartments as cookie cutters; Marilyn Weigner Associates sees
the unique qualities of each and markets them
our office in an historic townhouse, we provide our clients with the best representation
in Greenwich Village.
Weigner Associates commits to each of its listings, advertising
repeatedly in the New York Times. The large brokerage firms lock
up an exclusive listing, merely advertising it once and putting
it out on the web, where it is lost in cyberspace. Marilyn Weigner
Associates does what ever it takes to successfully market each exclusive
listing. From a studio to a penthouse or townhouse, Marilyn Weigner's
team designs a custom campaign including brochures to qualified
buyers, because your property has only one opportunity to make a
strong first impression.