The Sussilleaux Team
Guiding our Clients to Success in NYC Real Estate
- Results: We work tirelessly in pursuit of your successful transaction
- Value: Priority #1 is to maximize your financial outcome
- Experience: Over 40 years combined experience as NYC brokers
- Expertise: Extensive market knowledge backed by reliable data
- Guidance: We partner with you to achieve your goals
Buying or selling real estate is likely the largest single financial transaction of your life. Who can you trust with this responsibility?
Real estate agents are plentiful, but most are inexperienced, or lack the capability to properly manage your transaction.
We remove that worry and anxiety by providing you with a level of service and commitment that can only result from experience, expertise, and a 20 year track record of success for our clients.
Buying, Selling, or Investing - We Have You Covered
No two single-family townhouses are exactly the same, and valuing a property is an amalgam of art and science.
Multifamily properties range from two family to ten unit buildings and above. We know what factors are most important in valuation
Mixed-use properties, often located along avenues, combine a commercial space with living space above.
Condominiums are “real property” in the sense that just like a free-standing house, there is a deed, and the owner is responsible for property taxes
“Common Charges” are the monthly fees paid to the condominium board to cover expenses such as building staff, building maintenance, and as a reserve for capital improvements such as elevators, boilers and the roof.
As a condo owner you enjoy the freedom to sublet your unit without encumbrance, and you have more flexibility when selling your property as well.
When you purchase a co-op apartment, you are actually buying shares of stock in the building (corporation), and in tern receive the right to live in your apartment.
As an owner of a co-op apartment, you pay a monthly “maintenance” to the co-op board to cover expenses such as building staff, building maintenance, contribution to a capital expense reserve fund, building debt service, and real estate taxes.
Co-ops are typically less expensive to purchase than an equivalent condo unit, and a portion of your monthly maintenance is tax deductible as well.
With over 40 years of combined real estate experience, Michael and Dina Sussilleaux bring experience, expertise, and professional guidance to your real estate experience.
"Dina and Michael have worked with sellers, buyers, investors, landlords and tenants for over 20 years. They bring unmatched experience, expertise, guidance, and compassion to their clients."
Long Term Commitment Beyond the Transaction:
Buying or selling a property is most likely one of the largest financial transactions in most people’s lives. Beyond the purchase price and financial considerations, it can be a very stressful time, often accompanied by the considerations of loved ones and feelings of uncertainty and doubt.
Dina and Michael understand these dynamics, and work with you in a holistic manner to achieve your personal real estate goals.