With eighteen years of experience in the business, New York native Greg Mire offers clients unparalleled insight and expertise in both the practical and emotional aspects of New York City real estate. Having purchased and sold several properties in Manhattan and Brooklyn himself, that knowledge is hard-earned and personal, so it’s no surprise that he finds great joy in connecting with clients and helping them realize their own real estate dreams.
A former actor prior to entering real estate, Greg originally came into the business equipped with a number of skills highly attuned to delivering success and building relationships. For both actors and real estate agents, the ability to listen carefully is paramount. Greg’s acting training also honed his ability to be at ease with new people in stressful situations, to adapt to change, and to persevere no matter the challenges.
While sellers appreciate Greg’s thorough, detail-oriented approach and the deep roster of local vendors he brings in to maximize a property’s value, buyers and investors seek out his counsel due to his much-admired low-pressure approach. He has seemingly infinite reserves of patience, and his devotion to total transparency makes it abundantly clear that he puts his clients’ interests above all else.
Throughout his career, Greg has consistently ranked within the top one percent nationwide and has produced $300,000,000 in transactional volume over the past five years. Immediately before joining Compass, he earned Salesperson the Year accolades in his former Chelsea/Flatiron office at The Corcoran Group, and since then has been recognized by Wall Street Journal/Real Trends as one of America’s Best Agents every year. Passionate about New York City and energized by the ever-changing, exciting nature of the real estate business, Greg strives to connect with clients, exceed expectations and create long-lasting, ongoing relationships.
Greg has lived in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, giving him an in-depth knowledge of our city’s many neighborhoods and enclaves. “I truly feel as if I am a part of this city. I don’t think I’d be happy selling anywhere else,” he says. He currently resides in Cobble Hill with his wife and two children. In his free time, you’ll find him trying to find the city’s next greatest restaurant, taking in live music and theater, traveling, and cheering on his New York Yankees.