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What We Offer

Helping businesses,developers and home seekers find and/or design a new home or project from sales & leasing to marketing.

Walking you through the steps from finding your next home or project to the design and renovation process.Save time, save money whether it’s residential or commercial from acquisition to marketing.

Working with a knowledgeable team of professionals who love what they do.

  • Consulting 80%
  • Marketing Campaigns 99%
  • Media 95%

Our Work Flow

Amazing Designs

Check out our latest loft project!

Marketing Savvy

Winner of Best Cheesesteak in Philadelphia! We won In the City of Brotherly Love and the planet of cheesesteaks. Are you ready to start winning?

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Frequently Asked Questions


What kind of clients do you work with?

I’m a team builder and I work with Buyers & Sellers, Developers, Business owners, looking to work with a team of experts in all facets of real estate investing in an effort to expedite the process with quality results.

What type of marketing techniques do you use?

Marketing leaders;continously track marketing trend including 4k video,drones, branding,broadcast advertising,paid ads,online marketing and social media development which leads to explosive sales.

What's your experience in construction?

Possess specialization in visualizing ideal commercial / residential space buildouts.Hire/consult with architects,Obtain all necessary permits for all levels of construction.Ensure all property ADA compliance,Historic restoration including: Brownstones,replicating historical windows and approved color pallet.Attends zoning meetings,government officials and community orginizations.

” The location was perfect as it was right on the beach with access to Ocean City and Atlantic City with twenty minutes. Billy was accommodating and quick to respond to texts. We couldn’t have asked for a better house…”

Chris Hicks

” You’ve done something different….You put it together and realized you had a winner!…”

Patty Jackson WDAS Radio

” I am sure the HSU’s will be delighted in your rental …  it is absolutely beautiful.”

Joe Pagano


Manhattan McDonald’s pioneer lists Park Avenue penthouse

From LLNYC: How many Big Macs do you have to sell to buy a Park Avenue penthouse? Just ask Irwin S. Kruger, an early McDonald’s franchisee who introduced the fast food chain to Midtown in 1973. He just listed his own penthouse– at 1185 Park Avenue — for $18.5 million, city records show.

Source: trdnews

Small Bathroom Ideas: 6 Room Brightening Tips for Tiny, Windowless Bathrooms

Small, windowless apartment (and house!) bathrooms can sometimes be dark, boring and incredibly uninspiring. Fortunately, there are ways you can add some life and interest to tiny bathrooms, even if they don’t have windows to add light! Here are six things you can do or add to a tiny windowless bathroom that just might help brighten the feel of it.


Source: Apartment Therapy

Rem Koolhass’s urban theory becomes reality

From LLNYC: Koolhaas’s urban theory is still a holy text for students of architecture and disaffected metropolitans alike. But until very recently, the Dutch architect’s theoretical work on New York was only that, theory.

Source: trdnews

An Airy East Village Living Room That is Bright and Baby Friendly — Professional Project

Project by: Samantha Gore of Samantha Gore Interiors + Design
Location: East Village —New York, New York

Samantha Gore was tasked with adding some flair to her client’s living room, keeping in mind the demands of the family’s newest addition. Baby-friendly and bright, the living room shows off the family’s considerable art collection without a stuffy gallery feel. Textures mix with sunlight to create a welcoming and open space.


Source: Apartment Therapy

Harlem residents fight neighborhood rebranding

Harlem is one of the most famous neighborhoods in New York City. But some think the neighborhood’s name could do with a bit of rebranding. Some business owners are involved in a push to change the name of the area from 110th to 125th Streets to SoHa. Now, residents and community leaders are pushing back. “No real estate company, no coffee shop, no business should be using the term SoHa to refer to Harlem,” said […]

Source: trdnews

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