Where We Work

We live, work, and thrive in some of the world’s most desiderable cities. And we want to help you to do the same. Our services and network are always expanding, so get in touch if you’re looking to relocate somewhere you don’t see listed.

New York City

We work in all five boroughs of New York City — in addition to Westchester, Connecticut, and New Jersey. While the city’s reputation needs no introduction, the actual experience of it could do with a bit of an overview. That’s where we can help. We promise, we’ll make it easier than deciphering a subway map.

We’ll talk you — or walk you through — NYC and its surroundings. We’ve been helping people move to (and thrive in) the Tri-State area for years. We know every idiosyncratic real estate practice, every train or bus or ferry between you and the office, and every bagel spot in your neighborhood or town.

    Real Estate Services

  • • Finding you a rental
  • • Purchasing a new home
  • • Listing your current home for sale
  • • Temporary housing
  • Advisory Services

  • • Personalized neighborhood and area tours
  • • Furniture and interior design
  • • Navigating a new public transit system
  • • Finding your new favorite cold brew
  • Specialist Services

  • • Language and intercultural training session
  • • Getting a driver’s license (and getting to the DMV)
  • • Providing visa, immigration, and social security information
  • • Tackling banking and finance

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Chicago

Unofficial capital of the Midwest and home to nearly three million people, Chicago is located at the southwest tip of Lake Michigan. Part of what makes Chicago such a compelling place to visit or live is its wide array of neighborhoods — as many as 200, depending upon who you ask — each of which retains its own unique character and connection to city history. Soak in the sights of Lake Shore Drive, spend an afternoon on Navy Pier or checking out the Lincoln Park Zoo, and maybe even play some Whirlyball (look it up).

Diverse and dramatic architecture, sand beaches, sprawling parks, elevated trains, and broad avenues are just a few of Chicago’s characteristic sights. Whether you’re looking for something near the Loop, or farther afield in one of Chicagoland’s comfortable suburbs, we can help you get where you’re going

    Real Estate Services

  • • Finding you a rental
  • • Purchasing a new home
  • • Listing your current home for sale
  • • Temporary housing
  • Advisory Services

  • • Personalized neighborhood and area tours
  • • Furniture and interior design
  • • Navigating a new public transit system
  • • Finding your new favorite cold brew
  • Specialist Services

  • • Setting up language and intercultural training sessions
  • • Getting a driver’s license (and getting to the DMV)
  • • Providing visa, immigration, and social security information
  • • Tackling banking and finance

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Seattle

Sitting atop an isthmus created by Puget Sound and Lake Washington, Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest. In recent decades, it’s become an economic powerhouse, drawing highly skilled workers from across the country and around the globe to work in tech, manufacturing, healthcare, maritime professions, hospitality, and more.

Like all big cities in the American West, most of its inhabitants depend on cars to get around (with a fair smattering depending upon trains, buses, and ferries, and water taxis, too). While fewer than a million people live
in the city itself, nearly four million live in the greater metro area. Long summer days make up for Seattle’s oft-overcast skies, and it’s one of the greenest cities in the US.

    Real Estate Services

  • • Finding you a rental
  • • Purchasing a new home
  • • Listing your current home for sale
  • • Temporary housing
  • Advisory Services

  • • Personalized neighborhood and area tours
  • • Furniture and interior design
  • • Navigating a new public transit system
  • • Finding your new favorite cold brew
  • Specialist Services

  • • Setting up language and intercultural training sessions
  • • Getting a driver’s license (and getting to the DMV)
  • • Providing visa, immigration, and social security information
  • • Tackling banking and finance

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Mexico City

The most populous metropolitan area in the Western Hemisphere and home to nearly 21 million people, Mexico City is rich with culture, art, music, and food. Fifteenth-century Spanish Colonial architecture sits side
by side with 19th-century French-inspired civic centers and modern skyscrapers. You can feel the mix of old and new everywhere you look. And don’t get us started on the fresh and handmade tamales, churros, and tacos served up on street corners, in market stalls, and from the kitchens of globally renowned restaurants.

Officially called Distrito Federal from 1824 to 2016, the city was recently renamed Ciudad de México, though many still prefer to call it D.F. for short. It’s home to more than 8 million people — and hosts Latin American HQs for Fortune 50 companies like Apple, GM, AT&T, Microsoft, IBM and others. D.F. has one of the largest metro systems in the world, and a subtropical climate that can only be described as mild and lovely. Take a stroll through Bosque de Chapultepec, a 1700-acre park with museums, a zoo, sculptures, and a lake. Or, get out on bicycle and tour some of our favorite neighborhoods like Roma, Polanco, or La Condesa, and find out why Mexico City is one of North America’s best kept secrets.

    Real Estate Services

  • • Finding you a rental
  • • Purchasing a new home
  • • Listing your current home for sale
  • • Temporary housing
  • Advisory Services

  • • Personalized neighborhood and area tours
  • • Furniture and interior design
  • • Navigating a new public transit system
  • • Finding your new favorite cold brew
  • Specialist Services

  • • Setting up language and intercultural training sessions
  • • Getting a driver’s license (and getting to the DMV)
  • • Providing visa, immigration, and social security information
  • • Tackling banking and finance

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