Gene Burshtein hit the ground running at the tender age of eighteen with his first home sale. Some thirty years later, his career has stood the test of time thanks to his encyclopedic knowledge of the real estate world’s myriad ins and outs. His college studies in accounting at Baruch proved to be an invaluable springboard into a decades-strong involvement in corporate brokerage. Gene prides himself on his ability to pinpoint any given client’s core values and consistently provides them with professional agility and expertise in an ever-changing game.
The past ten years have seen Burshtein adapting his strategies to the fluctuating market, in which the proverbial bubble shows no sign of bursting. Endlessly stimulated by the exciting challenges of our aggressive and unpredictable economy, the Odessa-born Brooklynite wants to educate clients as to how properties can serve as both a traditional home or prospective development site. Getting the most for those he serves out of property investment and ownership is his passion. Acting as a liaison between banks, architects, construction teams and New York’s zoning regulators, this people person has never looked back since his first taste of professional victory.
Today, when he’s not applying his signature balance of critical and creative thinking in his work life, you might find Gene restoring classic renewing vintage cars, shark hunting in Florida or enjoying the fruits of his labor with his wife and kids. The gratification it brings him to excel at any given undertaking is what truly defines Gene as a key player in New York City’s Real Estate scene.
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