Ask a New York Real Estate Agent

Posted by askanewyorker 
Ask a New York Real Estate Agent
January 25, 2015 10:44AM
Licensed as Gregory Kennedy Moore

665 Broadway Suite 500
C: 718-737-3990 | O: 212-937-8500| F: 212-937-8501

Stick with Kennedy as your agent and you’ll find a great place to live. He won’t give up until you do so; and you’ll have fun together in the search for your new home. Kennedy knows NYC extremely well, having lived on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and Sunnyside, Queens currently. Kennedy also founded Ask a New Yorker (, where New Yorkers have answered over 100,000 New York-related questions from visitors and locals, many pertaining to moving and apartments.

Beyond finding you a home, Kennedy wants to meet your lifestyle needs. He believes that you must feel comfortable not only in your apartment and your building, but in the community that surrounds you; which is why his information on attractions, neighborhoods and goings-on is so important.

Kennedy has a genuine affinity towards people. He is caring and empathetic to their unique needs and situations, and holds himself to the highest standards of professionalism. Years ago, Kennedy was a licensed real estate agent in Hawaii where he assisted family and friends in their real estate matters. He also spent several years as the regional sales manager for White Glove Transportation Services, a high-end furniture and art delivery service here in NYC. Plus he managed high-end residential moves. This added expertise allows Kennedy to assist with another part of the moving process. More recently, he gave private photography tours of New York, honing his insider’s knowledge.

A native of Princeton, New Jersey, Kennedy graduated from The University of Colorado in Boulder with a BA in English literature. He has lived in New York City for over 16 years. Kennedy is an avid gardener, reader and golfer. He also established and runs Wedding Witness NYC (

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/27/2015 11:49AM by askanewyorker.
Re: Ask a New York Real Estate Agent
January 27, 2015 12:36PM
Re: Ask a New York Real Estate Agent
February 04, 2015 05:46AM
Call Kennedy Moore
718 737 3990
I have every size,location,price of your new home. Looking to rent, buy, sell?

First Avenue and York Avenue, Upper East Side
Co-op | Voice Intercom | Walk-Up
Size: 3/1/1 | One Bedroom
Rent: $2100

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/10/2015 06:30AM by askanewyorker.
Re: Ask a New York Real Estate Agent
August 09, 2015 04:42PM
Hey, I'm looking for an affordable student dorm to stay at in a nice and friendly neighborhood of Brooklyn, not too far from the main city and has easy transport access. (I don't mind having a roommate). Any suggestions? Thanks!
Re: Ask a New York Real Estate Agent
August 26, 2015 10:59AM
My girlfriend and I will be relocating to the New York area from Philadelphia in the new year ('16). She knows the city well and will be working in Midtown. I'll be transferring within my current company but my new location is, as of yet, undetermined (somewhere in Manhattan). Once commissions kick in (mid-2016), money won't be nearly a concern for rent. Until then, however, we'll have to survive on base salaries. I've been looking a lot at Hoboken but she really wants something in Manhattan.

Re: Ask a New York Real Estate Agent
August 26, 2015 04:14PM
Hi John
Please feel free to call me
Kennedy Moore
Citi Habitats
718 737 3990
Re: Ask a New York Real Estate Agent
October 10, 2015 06:20AM
Heart of Sunnyside! 1 bed room, Hardwood. Floors, Intercom, 1 block from 7 train, 20 minutes to Manhattan
Call Kennedy Moore
Citi Habittats
718 737 3990

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/10/2015 06:21AM by askanewyorker.
Re: Ask a New York Real Estate Agent
November 04, 2016 08:42AM
Kennedy Moore is a gifted life artist who brings to his passions both marvelous exuberance and the warmth of a very large heart. In Kennedy's company, you not only see more, but, influenced by his informed savoring ofthe world, you fall more in love with it's endless wonders.

Thomas Farber, Senior Lecturer University
of California, Berkeley, and author of The Beholder


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