Licensed as Floyd Lee Williams
F. Lee Williams III, knows that real estate is more than an investment – it’s where people live and celebrate their lives. His strongly client-centered ethic drives him to treat each client as his only client, whether they hail from New York or are international clients from Russia, Israel, Canada, Singapore and London. Working with sellers, buyers and investors, Williams helps each achieve the best possible outcome.
With nearly 10 years of experience in the NYC market, Williams has developed deep ties within the brokerage community, an advantage that can make deals happen. He understands and translates what brokers are looking for into successful marketing strategies. The trust that other brokers have in Lee has kept doors and deals open for his clients.
Since 2005, Williams has actively leased Manhattan apartments representing both tenants and landlords, giving him an encyclopedic knowledge of the market. As a marketer, Lee digs deep to identify what makes a property unique and how to leverage this for greater exposure. His sales listings have appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, DNAInfo.com, Yahoo! Homes and other web-based publications.
Real estate transactions have a lot of moving parts and Williams has a reputation for flawlessly orchestrated transactions. In a market where cash can be king, Williams regularly gets mortgage-based deals approved over cash offers.
Williams’ stays close to his clients and has developed expertise in helping “accidental landlords,” that is, clients who choose to relocate, but decide to continue to own and lease their apartments.
A graduate of Seton Hall University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Williams regularly addresses industry organizations. Recently, he spoke to the Rent Guidelines Board on behalf of small property owners.
Born and raised in Connecticut, Williams enjoys motorcycling north to Litchfield County, CT or south to the New Jersey shore in his spare time. He plans an African motorcycle safari in the next few years.
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