Beni Metsch

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Bernardo "Beni" Metsch, is a licensed salesperson and serves a key role in the company. Atelier WM was envisioned and established by Wendy Maitland to support clients and projects by helping to identify the best possible path towards attaining multi-layered goals. Beni began working in real estate in 2015 and immediately entered the Manhattan marketplace. His experience includes all sectors of residential transactions. Beni's savvy instincts and creative negotiating skills help each of his clients to attain their goals.

Metsch is trilingual (English, Spanish, Papiamentu) and comes from a family background in real estate, both in New York City and the Caribbean (Curaçao specifically), where his family has lived and owned properties for generations. His approach to his business is simple: diligent market research and interpretation of results combined with accessibility, integrity and savvy negotiation skills, to empower his clients to make intelligent decisions. Beni's loyal clients, who tend to come from the entertainment industry and the arts, love working with him for his dedication and determination in finding them spaces with character and value. His sellers respect his tenacity and creative strategies used to sell their properties at market-making prices. His clients frequently commend Beni on his positive, calm, upbeat personality and high level of customer service stemming from his vast experience in the hospitality industry.

Born and raised in Greenwich Village, Beni is a lifelong New Yorker who attended Poly Prep in Brooklyn, and Little Red and Friends Seminary in Manhattan. He currently resides in the Lower East Side. He remains fascinated by the unique character of every neighborhood he’s experienced in his travels through New York City and knows his markets cold.

Email Beni here for all of your NYC real estate needs!

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