Julie Park at The Saratoga

Proud Owner . Long Time Resident . Licensed Real Estate Salesperson


As a 16-year resident of the building, I am able to confidently and creatively highlight the many wonderful things about The Saratoga. I have intimate knowledge of the building history, most recent sales/rental transactions, building rules, upcoming renovations, financial details and familiarity with the neighborhood. To date, I have broken the record (twice) for having sold the highest priced 1-bedroom and the highest priced 3-bedroom ($100,000+ over asking price) in the building. The Saratoga is my beloved home and I will be your strongest advocate and representative! 


As a resident-owner, you can feel comfortable knowing that out of all the buildings in Manhattan, I choose The Saratoga as my home. I can provide you with the most accurate and updated building information, resources to help you navigate the often confusing process of purchasing your first home or provide market analysis to explain why The Saratoga could be a wonderful return on investment opportunity for you. 


Whether or not you are an owner looking to rent your unit or you are a prospective renter, I have an extensive rental track record in the building and can help streamline the process for you. My goal is a happy landlord and a happy tenant and I am willing to go above and beyond to help simplify the process. I often assist landlords preparing a unit for move-in, lend a hand managing any service requests thereafter or help a new tenant ease into their new apartment. For owners, I screen prospective tenants for financial stability, run credit checks and handle all aspects for the condo board application. For tenants, I have access to all available units and am able to help you find the right apartment/layout as well as understand all necessary paperwork and funds required.



5 Financial Downfalls of Buying a Starter Home

July 29, 2016

The traditional way of buying a house has always been to purchase a starter home – buy something small, and once your family gets too big for it, sell it and find a new, bigger house.


Cash Is Increasingly King When It Comes to Buying New York City Apartments

June 19, 2016

There are many reasons buyers prefer to pay cash for New York City real estate. The main one is to get an edge on competitors who are bidding on the same proprieties, say brokers. “It’s considered a seller’s market


New subway line already impacting home prices along Second Avenue

May 13, 2016

The Second Avenue Subway line, long derided as fantasy by New Yorkers who had seen plans for construction stall and linger for decades, finally has an end date in sight — and it’s poised to shake things up for the Upper East Side...


6 Predictions for the Fall Real Estate Market

September 22, 2015

As the real estate market emerges from its summer lull amid a volatile world economic backdrop, brokers are watching what direction things will take for the fall season.


Stock volatility makes real estate shiver

September 01, 2015

Given how the 2008-2009 economic crisis rocked the New York real estate world, buyers and sellers can be forgiven for feeling jittery after last month’s stock market turmoil.


8 Absurd Real-Life Real Estate Requests

August 10, 2015

Real estate agents are often on the receiving end of the awkward — or even downright strange — demands clients make when selling or buying a home. Here’s a look at a few of the most absurd real-life real estate requests these agents have received from past clients, ranked in order from least strange to they-said-what?!


Looking Ahead to 2018

January 01, 2018

Just as it was last year, the real estate market–including the market for co-ops, condos and HOAs–is on an upswing. The economy seems to have largely (if not completely) recovered from the 2007-08 recession, and professionals don’t see any new downturn in the near future...

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