Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Stephanie Bierlein offers her clients meaningful communication, contact, and care throughout the entire process of buying or selling a home. She seeks to empower her clients with as much knowledge as possible to ensure they make the best decisions for themselves. Stephanie is never happier than when she is helping people facilitate positive change in their lives. She believes real estate is a great way to realize your personal or financial goals, be it creating a nurturing home environment or an investment strategy.
Stephanie has bought and sold homes in both New York and Los Angeles, purchasing her first condominium at the age of 25. She understands firsthand the emotional aspects involved in buying a new home or selling an old one. She also understands the importance of meeting the financial objectives of her clients, be it personal use or income property.
Prior to starting her real estate career, Stephanie gained extensive experience in customer service, most notably managing upscale restaurants where she excelled at delivering outstanding results to her guests, overseeing operations, and meeting the company’s financial goals.
Stephanie is known for her easy-going disposition and reputation for being fun to work with. She values honesty and integrity and aims to bring calm to the most trying times of a real estate transaction while working diligently to make sure everything gets done.
Some dear old friends affectionately refer to her as a walking city guide, as it is her inclination to acquire and share such information with others. She loves the energy, diversity, and history of Manhattan’s various neighborhoods. As the mother of a young child, she tries to be aware of family-friendly events taking place in the city. When Stephanie isn’t helping her clients realize their real estate dreams, she enjoys cooking, traveling, running, and reading non-fiction.
Stephanie was born and raised in Saginaw, Michigan. She graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics.