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Jamella Swift

Associate Broker

KWNYC TRIBECA

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Broker

Keller Williams Realty Inc.


Credit Analyst

Wyoming Machinery Company


Associate Broker

Citi Habitats Inc


Real Estate Agent

Manhattan Apartments Inc


A and R Clerk

Crum Electric Supply


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KWNYC New York Real Estate Apartment Sales & Rentals, Condos, Manhattan Real Estate | KWNYC

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On a recent Thursday morning, Jamella Swift, a Citi Habitats broker, was trying to anticipate every detail that would prevent a buyer from purchasing the two-bedroom condo she was selling in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
She put a full-size bed in the bedroom so buyers wouldn't think the room was too small. She dragged in a Lucite coffee table to create the illusion of a larger living space and set up three floor lamps to supplement the recessed lighting. Ms. Swift hoped that the $5,000 she had spent would help her land $395,000 to $425,000 for the apartment. Ms. Swift learned how much details could detract from the value after representing a couple who was ready to buy an apartment for more than $7 million. The apartment had a rainy, musty smell that Ms. Swift thought the selling broker could have fixed by buying a dehumidifier. Ms. Swift's client backed out. "It could have been a done deal," Ms. Swift said.


Brooklyn nabes expect real estate boom with Barclays Center | RealDirect

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"Crown Heights, Bed-Stuy, Bushwick and Sunset Park are on the verge of exploding," said Jamella Swift, senior associate broker at Citi Habitats.
Swift said Crown Heights, Bed-Stuy, Clinton Hill and Bushwick are fertile ground for new residential projects, since they have smaller brownstone, limestone and loft buildings that could be converted into boutique condominiums. But a major venue could "Manhattanize" the borough, Swift added, and potentially ruin the slower pace and more serene way of life that attracts residents there. Gourmet markets are hitting it big in this neighborhood, and there are more and more entertainment venues popping up, Swift said. But the best part of the neighborhood is the value: The average two-bedroom brownstone condo goes for $379,000, Swift said. Lofts are selling for around $300,000 for 800 square feet, while 1,500-square-foot two-bedrooms go for $629,000, Swift said. 3. Bed-Stuy Bedford Avenue is a virtual restaurant row, with popular eateries such as SUD, Do or Dine, Joloff and Black Swan opening along the main drag. Brownstones can be bought for $400,000 - but they will "definitely require work," Swift said. You can find good housing for between $350,000 and $599,000, Swift said.


jeffreysefton.myubertor.com

Jamella Swift, a broker at Citi Habitats, setting up an apartment to show in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
On a recent Thursday morning, Jamella Swift, a Citi Habitats broker, was trying to anticipate every detail that would prevent a buyer from purchasing the two-bedroom condo she was selling in Bedford-Stuyvesant. She put a full-size bed in the bedroom so buyers wouldn't think the room was too small. She dragged in a Lucite coffee table to create the illusion of a larger living space and set up three floor lamps to supplement the recessed lighting. Ms. Swift hoped that the $5,000 she had spent would help her land $395,000 to $425,000 for the apartment. Jamella Swift, a broker, sets up a model apartment to show in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn. Jamella Swift, a broker, sets up an apartment for sale in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn. Ms. Swift learned how much details could detract from the value after representing a couple who was ready to buy an apartment for more than $7 million. The apartment had a rainy, musty smell that Ms. Swift thought the selling broker could have fixed by buying a dehumidifier. Ms. Swift's client backed out. "It could have been a done deal," Ms. Swift said.


vancouverrealestate.posterous.com

On a recent Thursday morning, Jamella Swift, a Citi Habitats broker, was trying to anticipate every detail that would prevent a buyer from purchasing the two-bedroom condo she was selling in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
She put a full-size bed in the bedroom so buyers wouldn't think the room was too small. She dragged in a Lucite coffee table to create the illusion of a larger living space and set up three floor lamps to supplement the recessed lighting. Ms. Swift hoped that the $5,000 she had spent would help her land $395,000 to $425,000 for the apartment.


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