William D. Moye

William D. Moye

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Having been a resident of Greenwich Village for more than 15 years, William has an impeccable knowledge of New York City. He first moved here to attend New York University, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics. After NYU, William worked in financial services, primarily in the field of Marketing for 9 years. This allowed him to hone strong professional skills, as well as a sensitivity to understanding his business partners’ desires, which has enhanced him as a Real Estate expert. William also has an innate understanding of property and the real estate industry from having worked as a property manager in his family’s real estate business for many years.

You will enjoy working with William Moye. He is a relaxed, easy-going, ultra professional real estate agent that takes his clients' needs very seriously and works diligently to get them the type of home they desire. By sitting with his clients and taking the time to determine exactly what they wish, constantly looking at what the market has to offer, and matching the clients with their most ideal possibilities, William gives his clients everything they need in order to make a powerful choice that they will be happy with.

William’s method of combining a market-centered approach with a refined holistic point of view has resulted in superior results for his clients. Whether you are looking for your next new home, or are thinking about listing your property for sale, William can help make the process as seamless and pain-free as possible. Always smiling and eager to help, feel free to contact William Moye for all of your residential real estate needs.

March 2012 by Michael S. Bannigan & Rubing Qian
It is with gratitude that we write this acknowledgment of William Moye as our real estate agent.

In November of 2010 we started working with William Boyd in our search for a new home in the Lower East Side of Manhattan and finally closed on a 2 bedroom co-op in February of 2012. In the long and winding road that was our journey to a new home, William never gave up - tirelessly working to give us more options, updating us on any changes to the market, and treating us with patience and kindness far beyond anything that could be expected of any agent. In the busy pace of New York, William always kept in contact and kept us informed: we never had to worry about missing an opportunity – William was always there. When the right property did become available, William was able to not only help us negotiate a great price, he also made a great recommendation of mortgage broker saving us money and time.

As a person, William is a pleasure to work with! Easy to talk to, a good listener, easy to contact, and always prompt at returning our calls and answering our questions. And best of all, William is an agent who makes it his job to help you meet your goals rather than his own.

If you are looking for an agent who is not only a great real estate professional but also a great human being, we highly recommend William Moye.
Michael S. Bannigan & Rubing Qian

July 2008
Sara and I would like to thank you so much for making a difficult task so much easier. Your straight talk and sincerity is what led us to trust you, and you delivered big. We owe you a debt of gratitude, and consider you a friend.

Bryan R.

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The Real Deal

Published 05/01/2014 - By Residential Deals

Residential deals

May 01, 2014 
By Sasha von Oldershausen

415 East 37th Street, Apt. 6GH

415 East 37th Street, Apt. 6GH

Murray Hill
$1.73 million
415 East 37th Street, Apt. 6GH

Three-bedroom, two-bath, 1,629-square-foot unit in the Horizon condominium building. Apartment has views of the East River and United Nations, marble bathrooms and granite counters; building has a doorman and concierge. Common charges $1,709 per month, taxes $1,681 per month. Asking price $1.8 million; 15 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Dan Geller and Natasha Ulyanov, Keller Williams; Ajay Sharma, City View Real Estate)

“This is not necessarily the easiest location — it’s near the Midtown Tunnel, it’s near the water and it’s near First Avenue. It takes a very specific buyer. We needed an international buyer. The international buyer loves amenities and the amenities in this building are first-rate. There’s a wonderful gym, valet service, they’ll clean your apartment, they do your laundry — it’s like living in a hotel. The buyer was a very difficult negotiator, but we beat him into submission as we always do. It took six weeks to make this deal with him. The sellers were in a unique position; they had completely outgrown their apartment, and they had another child on the way and had to move. We were under the impression that she wasn’t going to give birth until spring, but she gave birth in January, so we had to orchestrate a balancing act between the new purchase and the sale. I had prepared for this. I made a clause that in case she gave birth early, the couple got to stay in the apartment for an additional three months free of charge. We didn’t think it would happen, but it did.” – Dan Geller, Keller Williams

Turtle Bay
$1.08 million
333 East 46th Street, Apt. 9B

Two bedroom, two-bath, 1,200-square-foot unit in a condop building; apartment has hardwood floors, renovated kitchen and baths; building has storage facilities, roof deck, garden, garage, 24-hour doorman and live-in super. Common charges $1,880 per month. Asking price $1.13 million, 29 weeks on the market. (Brokers: William Moye, Bond; Sahar Ziv, Douglas Elliman)

“Next door to the building is an empty lot, and it’s going to be built on at some point. We were having a bit of trouble because the west-facing windows look over that empty lot. At one point we were afraid that the empty lot would devalue the property too much. But we finally found a couple that recognized the value of the place. It was exactly what they were looking for in terms of layout, location and space. And even with the empty lot, they really saw the investment potential in this area. There’s renewed interest in this neighborhood. On one corner, the new Zeckendorf development that will have $70 million penthouses is being built. It’s right next to 100 UN Plaza, and across the street from the headquarters of the United Nations. We feel really good about the neighborhood and its long-term outlook.” – William Moye, Bond

$2.35 million
34 North 7th Street, Apt. 3Q

Two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,629-square-foot duplex unit in a condominium building, the Edge. Apartment’s lower level has an open layout with 18-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and protected views. Building has roof deck, fitness center, maid service, pool, 24-hour doorman and concierge. Common charges $1,412 per month. Asking price $2.35 million, 1 day on the market. (Brokers: Eugene Litvak, Citi Habitats; Susan Wires, Stribling & Associates)

“The Edge is the most sought-after luxury condominium in Williamsburg, with an amenity package that rivals none. I have a waiting list of buyers and buyer’s brokers with checkbooks in hand. I’ve spent several years creating relationships in the building and the neighborhood. This unit is a beautiful and truly rare loft, featuring more than 1,600 square feet and unobstructed East River and skyline views. Our ‘drive the market’ approach really worked here, making this the most expensive non-penthouse duplex to ever sell in the building.” – Eugene Litvak, Citi Habitats

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The Real Deal

Published 03/01/2012 - By Residential Deals


Residential deals

March 01, 2012 
By Katherine Clarke

Carnegie Hill

$4.19 million

1150 Fifth Avenue

Three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, 2,552 sf unit in a 14-story prewar doorman co-op; apartment has Central Park views, wood-burning fireplace, laundry room and staff room; common charges $5,905 per month; asking price $4.3 million; four months on the market. (Brokers: Cathy Taub, Stribling & Associates; Susan Abrams, Warburg Realty)


“The apartment had just been brought back on the market, after a very disappointing board turndown. The buyers were relocating from Westchester and wanted three bedrooms, but most of all, they wanted views. When they entered the apartment, it was as if they were having déjà vu — they realized that they had visited the apartment months before, when it had been lavishly decorated. But at that showing, they couldn’t see past the decorations, and passed on the apartment. This time, the apartment was bare because we’d had a subtenant in there, who had moved out. It was only now, with no distractions, that they realized it was just what they had been looking for — a classical apartment ready for a 21st-century makeover, with absolutely exciting views of Central Park and the West Side skyline. The second deal was swift and seamless, unlike the rocky road we experienced with our first deal.”

Cathy Taub, Stribling & Associates




161 West 16th Street

One-bedroom, one-bath, 800 sf unit in a 19-story prewar doorman co-op; building has roof deck and laundry; apartment is fully renovated with hardwood floors; common charges $1,453 per month; asking price $799,000; five months on market. (Brokers: Frances Katzen, Prudential Douglas Elliman; Francis Russo and Alan Krevis, Halstead Property)


“The seller had recently gotten married. She and her husband wanted to buy an apartment that was both of theirs, something slightly bigger that would be a new fresh beginning. She had redone the apartment meticulously — it had a gorgeous gas range from Italy, and top-of-the-line appliances. We had three offers on the property; the deal was ultimately dictated by price and the fact that we needed someone who could make it through the co-op board process. At the end, there was a problem with the bank not recognizing that the building loan had two types of underlying debt, one for commercial space and the other residential. The bank had to review it twice, and the closing was delayed by a month and a half. The seller needed the proceeds of the sale in order to move forward, so it was important to get the deal consummated as quickly as possible.”

Frances Katzen, Prudential Douglas Elliman


Lower East Side


266 East Broadway

Two-bedroom, one-bath, 1,050 sf unit in a 20-story doorman co-op, the Seward Park Cooperative; apartment has city views; building has gym, laundry and children’s playroom; common charges $659 per month; asking price $565,000; eight months on the market. (Brokers: Jacob Goldman, Loho Realty; William Moye, Bond New York)


“The buyers had identified the [four-building] Seward Park Cooperative as the perfect area to raise their child. Not only were they enticed by the amenities and close proximity to schools, they also have family members nearby. It took a year to find a good apartment at the right price. We must have seen maybe 15 or 20 places in the area, and I was constantly sending them listings of everything that came up. As far as what they could afford, it wasn’t going to happen at a high price point. So they were able to find something that needed work but was more affordable. The previous owner [had] died, leaving the apartment in dreadful condition, and the kitchen and bath are about 50 years old. However, the apartment is on the 15th floor with great light, as well as a view of the East River. The buyers intend to gut-renovate the property and raise their family there.”

William Moye, Bond New York

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