Phone: 212.367.7200

Fax: 917.463.0880

Real Estate Sales Person

As the newest member of the BSD Realty Group , Angela Valieva has quickly gained experience in All aspects of Manhattan’s real estate market . Angela always had a passion for real estate .She takes the time to fully understand each client’s needs and works closely with them to exceed their expectations. Driven, professional, and committed, Angela has quickly become a valued member of the team. Highly responsive , and always available to help her clients, to ensure they are as pleasant as possible. Whether you are looking to buy your first or next apartment in NYC, sell a condo, co-op or townhouse, she is committed to providing attentive service. Dedicated and upbeat personality clearly indicate that she loves her line of work and will work tirelessly to guide her clients through from start to finish. She understands the unique New York City lifestyle for those raising families and others seeking the perfect place of residence.

Prior to joining BSD Realty Group, Angela held business development roles in Food industry. She worked in Fashion and Apparel’s as a manager.

Angela is a graduate of Medical college with Bachelor’s in Nursing plus graduated from Law school in Moscow , University of Maimonides in Philosophy and New York Real Estate Institute.

A native of Eastern European ,she speaks fluent English and Russian. Lives full time in Manhattan

Angela enjoys running , cooking, traveling, fashion, wandering around the city and spend time with her family and friends. She looks forward to working with you and helping you find a place to call home.

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