Dedicated, personable and a consummate professional, Charlar has a genuine passion towards every aspect of Real Estate. Having lived in New York City for over 25 years and transacting as a licensed agent since 2007, he has accumulated invaluable experience as an individual and professional, which serves as a great asset for his clients. Never deterred by the obstacles of any transaction, Charlar manages to provide executable advice, hand-crafted solutions and sound financial counsel. Charlar is a proud member of The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) and an Accredited Buyers' Representative (ABR) since 2011.
For more than 7 years as an ABR, Charlar has merited the trust of his clients and the respect of his colleagues in the real estate industry. He keeps confidences and represents each party with the highest level of service while bringing intelligence and skill to each transaction, large or small. Charlar offers in-depth market expertise and has an intimate knowledge of New York City’s most desirable neighborhoods and buildings. His heightened level of attentiveness and understanding helps him match buyers with homes that reflect their lifestyles, needs and personalities. And while his approach is ever thoughtful, he is a responsive agent that moves swiftly in order to ensure that buyers have access to the newest and most desirable properties on the market. He remains involved at every stage of your purchase: initial home search, negotiation, entering into contract, board approval, closing and beyond. His goal is to make the buying process as seamless as possible. It is one of the reasons that the majority of his business comes from referrals. His comprehensive, unbiased, and success-oriented approach ensures that clients return to him again and again throughout their lifetimes — and endorse Charlar from one generation to the next.
Originally from Izmir, Turkey, Charlar is an avid follower of especially the theatre, cinema, live music and every other attribute this incredible city has to offer.
Fluent in Turkish.