Last week Keller Williams NYC announced the promotion of Lawrence Lee to Vice President, Associate Broker at the firm.
Lee, who is a leading member of the Bracha Group at Keller Williams NYC has overseen some of Manhattan's largest real estate transactions, and Ilan Bracha, chairman of Keller Williams NYC says "Lawrence's keen business sense and natural interpersonal skills have rapidly propelled him to becoming one of Manhattan's most promising and successful real estate professionals."
Lee's responsibilities include overseeing each transaction conducted by the Bracha Group at Keller Williams NYC. He also has a hands-on approach to creative marketing concepts, lead generation, strategic direction and company recruiting and works closely with agents and developers, helping the Bracha Group achieve further recognition and success.
Lee was born in Tokyo but has lived in Sumatra, Indonesia and Qatar and has travelled extensively to some of the most cosmopolitan and beautiful cities in the world including London, Paris, Rome, Athens, Istanbul, Berlin, New Delhi and Sydney. However New York City is where he feels most at home and he attended university here majoring in politics. Lee has also been involved in the Big Brothers Program in Harlem and has taught young men the importance of achieving goals and serving the community regardless of their circumstances. He is currently a resident and board member of his condo building located in midtown Manhattan.
Keller Williams NYC is the Manhattan franchise of leading real estate company Keller Williams Realty Inc., and the firm has offices at Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue in Manhattan. Keller Williams Realty Inc. was found in 1983 and is the second largest real estate franchise operation in the United States. The company has more than 80,000 associates and 700 offices in the United States and Canada and has been franchising since 1990.