Gerard Splendore
Real Estate Professional
Licensed Assoc. Real Estate Broker
Licensed As: Gerard C. Splendore
Gerard Splendore joins Warburg Realty with close to 20 years of varied Brooklyn and Manhattan real estate experience including positions as a landlord, co-op shareholder, board member, and townhouse owner. Gerard’s varied experience enables him to understand and finesse each transaction.

“Each new real estate deal presents challenges and opportunities to learn and grow. My greatest satisfaction is hurdling across the finish line of a difficult deal.”

Throughout Gerard’s career, he has worked in neighborhoods such as Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope and emerging areas like Bay Ridge/Fort Hamilton and the Riverdale section of the Bronx. He has challenged himself to wear many different hats, negotiating all types of real estate transactions, including single and multi-family homes, co-ops, and condos. Houses in estate condition are a specialty.

Gerard incorporates his eye for design throughout the process—he had a long career as a residential interior designer—and works closely with Warburg's Marketing team to ensure each client profits from a strategic marketing approach. Staging his listings for maximum appeal is a vital part of each of Gerard’s listings.

A skilled negotiator and active in both the industry and his community, Gerard’s certifications include Certified Negotiation Specialist (CNE), New York Real Estate Specialist (NYRS), The Real Estate Board of NY (REBNY) and American Society of Interior Designers (ASID).

A long term Brooklyn resident with his family, Gerard spends his time outside the office as a frequent volunteer at Housing Works, New York Cares and Shore Road Park Gardens.

Press

4.23.24
Better Homes & Gardens
Jeremy Kamm, Andrea Saturno-Sanjana and Gerard Splendore In The News…Better Homes & Gardens\ https://www.bhg.com/how-much-to-paint-a-house-8634411
4.20.24
Homes & Gardens
Gerard Splendore In The News…Homes & Gardens https://www.homesandgardens.com/gardens/landscaping-mistakes
4.1.24
U.S. News & World Report
Gerard Splendore In The News…U.S. News & World Report https://realestate.usnews.com/real-estate/articles/drawing-outside-the-lines-the-meaning-of-color-in-real-estate
3.31.24
The Wall Street Journal
Gerard Splendore In The News…The Wall Street Journal https://www.wsj.com/personal-finance/buying-a-home-real-estate-commissions-2231cf7c?mod=panda_wsj_custom_topic_alert?st%3Dsiz8s4lnm52u9zz&reflink=article_email_share
3.28.24
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore In The News…Apartment Therapy https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/basements-less-popular-homebuyers-37389011?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Category%2FChannel%3A+main
3.13.24
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore In The News…Apartment Therapy https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/what-is-a-victorian-style-house-37379986
3.5.24
Fortune
Gerard Splendore In The News…Fortune https://fortune.com/2024/03/05/top-economist-housing-activity-frozen-market/
1.4.24
U.S. News & World Report
Gerard Splendore In The News… U.S. News & World Report https://realestate.usnews.com/real-estate/articles/should-you-move-to-a-55-plus-community  
12.22.23
Brownstoner
Gerard Splendore Listing In The News…Brownstoner See full article
11.27.23
U.S. News & World Report
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11.22.23
The New York Times
Gerard Splendore In The News… The New York Times See full article
11.11.23
Better Homes & Gardens
Gerard Splendore & Jeremy Kamm In The News… Better Homes & Gardens See full article 
11.9.23
The Close
Sheila Trichter, Hala Lawrence, Bonnie Lindenbaum, George Case & Gerard Splendore In The News… The Close See full article
10.25.23
Apartment Therapy
Michael Weiner & Gerard Splendore In The News… Apartment Therapy See full article
10.24.23
U.S. News & World Report
Gerard Splendore In The News… U.S. News & World Report See full article
10.13.23
Apartment Therapy
Svetlana Choi, Gerard Splendore, & Karen Kostiw In The News… Apartment Therapy See full article 
10.12.23
The Real Deal
Gerard Splendore In The News… The Real Deal See full article
10.10.23
Apartment Therapy
Mihal Gartenberg, Gerard Splendore & Adjina Dekidjiev In The News… Apartment Therapy See full article
10.8.23
The Wall Street Journal
Gerard Splendore In The News… The Wall Street Journal See full article 
9.23.23
Inman
Gerard Splendore In The News… Inman See full article 
9.23.23
Forbes
David Harris & Gerard Splendore In The News… Forbes See full article 
9.7.23
U.S. News & World Report
Gerard Splendore In The News… U.S. News & World Report see full article
8.25.23
Mansion Global
Gerard Splendore In The News… Mansion Global See full article
7.26.23
Brick Underground
Gerard Splendore In The News… Brick Underground See full article
6.22.23
Brick Underground
Record-setting rents and frenzied competition can make the search for a New York City rental apartment extremely intimidating. Bidding wars for rentals are here to stay and high demand means you should be using every trick in… More
5.30.23
New York Post
As much as New York renters seek ardently desired features at home — actual counter space, some kind of view, a spot for a nightstand — there are some things they decidedly don’t care about. Renters… More
5.7.23
Mansion Global
Rooftop swimming pools with views, ice baths and hot tubs are the water-centric amenities home buyers have come to expect today in many of New York luxury buildings—but a handful now possess a perk that may… More
4.14.23
Brick Underground
If you attend one of the many colleges or universities in New York City and plan to live off-campus this year rather than in a dorm, there are a few things you need to know about apartment… More
4.3.23
Brick Underground
Moving is for sure one of life’s biggest stressors, and even the “simplest” moves in New York City (i.e., within your own building) can cause anxiety: So many boxes! So much stuff to pack! Where is… More
3.31.23
Best Life
Whether you’re looking to buy a home, or you just enjoy perusing photos of aspirational residences, there’s something to be said for the ease of online real estate listings. You’re not beholden to your broker, and you can… More
3.24.23
Apartment Therapy
If you’ve tried to buy or rent an apartment in a big city, chances are you’ve bemoaned the fact that many are not equipped with washers and dryers. Meanwhile, those who do have this rare and… More
3.24.23
Brick Underground
Moving in New York City is never easy. Whether it’s across the street or the country, there are lots of moving (!) parts that make moving within the five boroughs more difficult, like congested streets with… More
3.7.23
Inman
Gerard Splendore’s series on kitchen and bath design concludes with a look at smart home solutions and the future of residential space.   https://www.inman.com/2023/03/07/welcome-to-the-future-what-real-estate-agents-need-to-know-about-todays-kitchens-and-baths/
3.7.23
Curbed
The neighbors have nicknames for Olympia. “The ocean liner,” “the villain’s lair,” “the Miami mansion,” and, most to the point, “the eyesore.” The sail-shaped, charcoal-colored 26-story condo tower sticks out from Dumbo’s blocky warehouses like a… More
2.27.23
Inman
Knowing these trends and being able to discuss them with buyers and sellers will give Realtor a distinct advantage. Suggesting modern features to sellers to add to their homes before listing existing properties will also give… More
2.22.23
Inman
The ability to discuss style, features and the changing lifestyle of homeowners from one decade to the next will prove to be very helpful in serving an agent’s clients.   https://www.inman.com/2023/02/20/circa-2000-what-agents-need-to-know-about-y2kitchens-and-baths/
2.16.23
Realtor.com
You’ve probably already told several white lies this week. Yes, really. When someone asks how you are, do you always mean it when you answer with, “Doing well”? Stretching the truth here and there is pretty… More
2.14.23
Realtor.com
Buying a home is an emotional process. You spend years saving money and figuring out your list of non-negotiables in an effort to find “The One.” And when you do fall in love with a home, it can… More
1.24.23
Inman
Houses of this period, whether single- family or multifamily units, are hitting the market all across the country. Construction methods and materials, mechanical, windows and design features require updating and renovation to meet the needs of… More
1.19.23
New York Times
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 800-square-foot prewar co-op with exposed brick in the living room; a windowed kitchen with stone counters and a dishwasher; a primary bedroom with a decorative fireplace; a sleeping nook or home office; a… More
1.17.23
Next Avenue
If you’re retired — with plenty of free time — you may be on the hunt for your next great adventure. And if you watch TV on a regular basis, you’ve probably seen numerous DIY/fixer-upper shows… More
1.15.23
Hunker
On January 9, 2023, The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission stated in an interview that they were considering making a move towards banning gas stoves after newly reviewed research showed that there may be a connection between the… More
12.28.22
Inman
After the exuberance, freedom and color explosion of 1960s design and architectural styles, the 1970s were more subdued and reflected the political, economic and financial concerns of this decade. https://www.inman.com/2022/12/28/circa-1970-what-to-know-about-disco-era-kitchens-and-baths/
12.20.22
Apartment Therapy
Real estate agents could argue until they’re blue in the face about paint colors. Is hot pink appropriate for a front door? Is greige here to stay? What’s the best color to paint every room in your home?… More
12.9.22
Inman
Featuring an explosion of color, glamour and innovation, 1960s kitchens and baths offered style by the mile. Gerard Splendore shares the secrets of the era in his Circa series.   https://www.inman.com/2022/12/08/circa-1960-kitchens-and-baths-what-agents-should-know/
11.29.22
Inman
Expert Gerard Splendore takes us back in time to when pastel and metals dominated the design world for kitchens and baths in the 1950s. This amazing time in design changes is still very popular today with… More
11.28.22
Realtor.com
A widow’s walk isn’t a sad scene from a funeral. It actually has to do with an architectural feature found on many 19th-century North American homes along the coast. Also known as a roof walk or widow’s watch,… More
11.27.22
New York Times
Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding region focuses on homes that sold around a certain price point, allowing you to compare single-family homes, condos and co-ops in… More
11.13.22
Apartment Therapy
In a perfect world, we’d all be besties with our next-door neighbors, just like in a TV sitcom. If there were ever any disagreements or misunderstandings, they would be resolved in under 30 minutes, too. But this… More
11.8.22
Inman
Understanding the development of housing styles, including kitchen and baths, is an advantage for today’s real estate agent. Gerard Splendore offers a look at the innovations and design detail of 1940s home.   https://www.inman.com/2022/11/08/circa-1940-kitchens-and-baths-from-the-world-war-ii-era/
10.25.22
CityRealty
As such, many people’s minds have turned to where and how to enjoy the big meal with family and friends. For those staying in the city, a number of new developments have embraced open floor plans… More
10.3.22
Inman
The kitchens and bathrooms of 1910 will probably have been upgraded and remodeled, but the footprint of the original will still be in evidence   https://www.inman.com/2022/10/03/circa-1910-what-you-should-know-about-kitchens-and-bathrooms-from-the-late-edwardian-era/
9.14.22
Inman
Although houses and their inhabitants have changed greatly over time, kitchens and bathrooms arguably show the most innovations and adaptations.   https://www.inman.com/2022/09/14/circa-1900-kitchens-and-baths-from-the-victorian-age/
9.4.22
Apartment Therapy
The housing market is pretty volatile right now — so with that in mind, it’s important to make sure your home looks as best as it possibly can for showings, photo shoots, and open houses. You want… More
9.1.22
Real Simple
When you’re on the hunt for a new home, there are a lot of factors to consider beyond just the appearance. However, sellers (and their realtors) know that the home-buying process is also based on emotional decisions, and… More
9.1.22
Inman
Newer homes range from the tiny to the vast and from simple and straightforward to up-to-the-minute smart homes. Gerard Splendore outlines the latest innovations in home styles and infrastructure so that you can provide more informed… More
8.17.22
Inman
As homes continued to develop into the 21st century, there was a return to traditional aesthetics, updated with more modern features and conveniences.   https://www.inman.com/2022/08/17/circa-2000-what-real-estate-agents-need-to-know-about-aughties-home-styles/
8.1.22
StreetEasy
Every week, we share the most popular sale listing of the week in NYC, as selected by you, our StreetEasy users. The most popular sale for August 1 is a well-priced, stylish one-bedroom in the heart… More
7.31.22
Apartment Therapy
I remember the last time I got locked out of my apartment. I had taken the garbage out, closed the door behind me, and returned from the alley to a locked door. It was the most… More
7.27.22
Apartment Therapy
Have you considered buying a house lately? If you have, then you’re probably intimately aware of how wild the housing market is right now. Mortgage rates are rising, home inventory is low, competition is cutthroat and… More
7.26.22
Inman
Housing stock from the 1970s blends holdover aesthetics from the 1960s with a new emphasis on organic and global elements. https://www.inman.com/2022/07/26/circa-1970-what-agents-need-to-know-about-housing-styles-in-the-disco-age/?u
7.26.22
Inman
Inman contributor Gerard Splendore walks real estate agents through architecture and home styles from 1900 through today. https://www.inman.com/2022/07/26/circa-what-agents-should-know-about-architecture-throughout-the-decades/
7.19.22
Inman
Housing from the 1960s is characterized by innovations that made residential living more convenient than ever before. https://www.inman.com/2022/07/19/circa-1960-what-real-estate-agents-need-to-know-about-housing-styles-from-the-1960s/
7.19.22
Brick Underground
Real estate investment advice largely boils down to being brave enough to break free of the crowd and buy something that no one else is buying now, but everyone will want later. https://www.brickunderground.com/buy/best-nyc-neighborhoods-to-invest-condos-co-ops-rentals-2022  
6.9.22
Real Simple
Buying a new home can be an exhilarating experience. While it may often seem that it takes forever to close on a home, the process of shopping for a home can feel rushed and frenzied—and when it’s all… More
6.7.22
Brick Underground
New York City landlords typically send lease renewal notices about two to three months in advance, according to the brokers Brick spoke to. https://www.brickunderground.com/rent/realty-bites-landlord-sends-lease-renewal-notice-early-renters-nyc
6.7.22
Inman
The 1930s saw a blend of influences and trends, driven in large part by the impact of the Great Depression. Broker Gerard Splendore offers insight into the historical and architectural roots of the decade’s home styles… More
5.31.22
Inman
Housing styles took a sharp turn away from traditional styles with the introduction of Art Deco design, and a new age in home architecture came on the scene. Gerard Splendore spells out what you should know… More
5.31.22
Apartment Therapy
Home sales get put on hold for any number of reasons. Maybe there’s been a medical emergency and the seller can’t continue showing at that point in time. Or maybe the seller no longer has a place… More
5.24.22
Inman
Four square and kit homes in any number of variations are commonplace across the country. Today, these houses may have been updated, modernized or expanded. https://www.inman.com/2022/05/24/circa-1910-what-real-estate-agents-need-to-know-about-four-square-homes/
5.17.22
Inman
With roots in the British royal family, Victorian architecture found expression in a wide variety of architectural styles, according to broker Gerard Splendore. Today, you will recognize Victorian houses by their grand scale, ornate exteriors and… More
5.17.22
Brick Underground
It may be your dream to own a New York City brownstone, but in addition to paying a record price when you buy, you are likely to face lots of extra costs that come up unexpectedly. That’s because when… More
4.28.22
Brick Underground
Smart locks add extra security to your apartment and allow remote access to building staff, cleaning people, and even your friends when you’re away. But as a renter, there are always things to consider before you… More
4.25.22
Brick Underground
Some New Yorkers consider ground-floor apartments less desirable, but choosing the lower floor doesn’t always have to be a compromise. In fact, many buyers actively seek out these types of apartments because they often have private outdoor… More
4.10.22
Apartment Therapy
After poring over dozens of real estate listings, you finally find it: The perfect house. Based on the pictures and the description, it feels like this one was practically built just for you. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/how-to-avoid-open-house-crowds-37062725
3.28.22
Investopedia
Millennials are a generation of significant income inequality. Wealthy, college educated millennials who have had a chance to pay down their student loan debt or were able to not have student loan debt comprise most of the millennials who… More
3.15.22
Apartment Therapy
Do you want to enter a debate that doesn’t involve politics? Then discuss whether you’ll lose value on your home if there’s no tub in your bathroom. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/get-rid-of-bathtub-37051787
3.3.22
Brick Underground
Looking for a way to perk up your New York City apartment or brownstone beyond a fresh coat of paint? That’s understandable—spending more time at home may have you craving something with a bit more pizzazz,… More
2.7.22
Inman
Gerard C. Splendore comments. https://www.inman.com/2022/02/04/check-your-ego-nyc-agent-tips-on-winning-co-op-board-approval/
1.31.22
StreetEasy Blog
Gerard Splendore and Michael Arkin comment https://streeteasy.com/blog/what-to-know-about-fort-greene-brooklyn/
1.25.22
CityRealty
500 Waverly Avenue, Apt. 5A by Gerard Splendore featured. https://www.cityrealty.com/nyc/market-insight/features/future-nyc/532-clinton-avenue-new-condos-selling-750k-busy-corner-clinton-hill/543
1.16.22
21OAK
Gerard Splendore & Jennifer Tanner comment https://www.21oak.com/inspiration/is-the-open-floorplan-dead/
1.6.22
New York Times
500 Waverly Avenue, Apt 5A by Gerard Splendore featured https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2022/01/06/realestate/on-the-market-in-new-york-city/s/06OTM-NYC-slide-CZLX.html
1.4.22
Forbes
Gerard Splendore, Cecilia Serrano, Mihal Gartenberg and Jeremy Kamm featured https://www.forbes.com/sites/amandalauren/2022/01/04/10-ways-to-add-value-to-your-home-in-2022/?sh=4884be0d3e43
12.21.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column https://www.inman.com/2021/12/21/what-real-estate-agents-should-know-about-bedbugs/
11.29.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/11/23/what-agents-need-to-know-about-double-pane-windows/
11.4.21
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/real-estate-home-staging-pet-peeves-36995528
11.2.21
Curbed
155 Henry Street Apt. 4H by Gerard Splendore. https://www.curbed.com/article/nyc-homes-for-sale-affordable-under-1-million.html
11.2.21
Brick Underground
Gerard Splendore, Andrea Wernick, and Christopher Totaro comment. https://www.brickunderground.com/sell/now-right-time-sell-nyc-co-op-condo-apartment-fall-spring-wait-decide-tips
11.1.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/11/01/what-real-estate-agents-need-to-know-about-soundproofing/
10.22.21
Business Insider
Karen Kostiw, Rebecca Blacker, and Gerard Splendore comment. https://www.businessinsider.com/the-most-common-homebuying-mistakes-and-how-to-avoid-them
10.18.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/10/18/what-agents-need-to-know-about-electric-fireplaces/
10.13.21
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/grandmillennial-trends-real-estate-agents-36987305
10.5.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/10/05/what-agents-need-to-know-about-rigid-foam-insulation/
9.24.21
PureWow
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.purewow.com/home/only-murders-in-the-building-apartment-cost
9.24.21
Bankrate
Arlene Reed & Gerard Splendore comment. https://www.bankrate.com/real-estate/how-much-is-my-house-worth/
9.23.21
Brick Underground
Steven Goldschmidt and Gerard Splendore comment. https://www.brickunderground.com/buy/questions-ask-renting-buying-basement-apartment-duplex-storage-flood-safety-nyc
8.30.21
Brick Underground
Armen Stevens and Gerard Splendore comment.
8.29.21
Brick Underground
Sarah Minton, Ellen Sykes, Karen Kostiw and Gerard Splendore comment. https://www.brickunderground.com/rent/tips-rental-nyc-competitive-market-fast-brooklyn-queens-broker-building-apartment
8.23.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/08/23/what-real-estate-agents-need-to-know-about-installing-an-elevator/
8.20.21
Gardening Etc.
Gerard Splendore and Mihal Gartenberg comment. https://www.gardeningetc.com/us/advice/landscaping-mistakes
7.31.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/07/31/what-new-real-estate-agents-should-know-about/
7.26.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/07/26/8-new-agent-mistakes-to-avoid-from-the-get-go/
7.19.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/07/19/what-real-estate-agents-need-to-know-about-artificial-turf/
7.12.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/07/12/what-real-estate-agents-should-know-about-engineered-wood-floors/
6.28.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/06/28/what-real-estate-agents-should-know-about-laminate-countertops/?
6.23.21
Real Simple Magazine
Gerard Splendore, Karen Kostiw and Svetlana Choi comment. https://www.realsimple.com/home-organizing/home-improvement/top-home-features-2021
6.14.21
Forbes
Karen Kostiw & Gerard Splendore comment. https://www.forbes.com/sites/amandalauren/2021/06/14/ten-best-outdoor-design-trends-of-2021/?sh=e15321d2b7a2
6.14.21
Inman
Gerald Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/06/14/what-real-estate-agents-need-to-know-about-laminate-flooring/
6.7.21
Gardening Etc.
Christopher Totaro, Gerard Splendore, and Mihal Gartenberg comment. https://www.gardeningetc.com/us/news/landscaping-mistakes-that-are-turning-buyers-away
5.31.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/05/31/what-real-estate-agents-need-to-know-about-slab-foundations/
5.25.21
The Real Deal
Gerard Splendore comments. https://therealdeal.com/2021/05/25/brooklyn-townhouses-hot-condos-and-co-ops-not/  
5.21.21
StreetEasy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://streeteasy.com/blog/rockaway-beach-vs-coney-island-top-nyc-beaches/
5.19.21
Multifamily Executive
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.multifamilyexecutive.com/property-management/demographics/what-do-boomers-want-in-a-rental_o
5.17.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/05/17/what-agents-need-to-know-about-energy-efficient-lightbulbs/  
5.16.21
The Close
Sheila Trichter, Hala Lawrence, Bonnie Lindenbaum, Ellen Sykes, George Case, and Gerard Splendore comments. https://theclose.com/real-estate-phrases/
5.3.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/05/03/what-agents-should-know-about-home-solar-power-systems/
5.3.21
StreetEasy
Gerard Splendore and Svetlana Choi comment. https://streeteasy.com/blog/nyc-public-pools-best-pool-neighborhoods/
5.2.21
The New York Times
9437 Shore Road, No. B7 by Gerard Splendore and 929 Park Avenue 14A by Ellen Skyes featured. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/02/realestate/home-sales-750000-dollars.html  
4.30.21
Bob Vila
Gerard Splendore, Mihal Gartenberg and Christopher Totaro comment. https://www.bobvila.com/articles/viewing-home-before-making-offer/
4.19.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/04/19/freestanding-walk-in-whirlpool-what-agents-should-know-about-bathtubs/
4.12.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/04/12/what-agents-should-know-about-washing-machines/
4.8.21
The New York Times
9437 Shore Road No E8 by Gerard Splendore featured. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/08/realestate/housing-market-nyc.html
4.6.21
Millie (via Synchrony Bank Blog)
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.synchronybank.com/blog/millie/5-places-retire-under-4k/?UISCode=0000000
4.4.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/04/05/dryers-and-dryer-vents-what-agents-should-know/
3.29.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/03/29/10-plumbing-issues-agents-should-know-about-and-their-solutions/?
3.24.21
StreetEasy
Gerard Splendore and Mihal Gartenberg of Warburg Realty comments. https://streeteasy.com/blog/how-to-find-your-dream-home-nyc/  
3.18.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/03/18/how-to-help-clients-prepare-for-a-stress-free-packing-experience/?
3.1.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/03/01/what-you-should-know-about-elevator-safety/
2.15.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/02/15/what-agents-should-know-about-over-55-communities/
2.11.21
Forbes (Forbes Global Properties)
Susan Abrams and Gerard C. Splendore comments. https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbes-global-properties/2021/02/11/slow-recovery-drives-deep-discounts-in-downtown-manhattans-co-op-market/?sh=7590650b66ea
2.9.21
StreetEasy
Steven Gottlieb, Parisa Afkhami, Steven Goldschmidt, Karen Kostiw, and Gerard Splendore comment. https://streeteasy.com/blog/buying-a-home-in-nyc-everything-you-need-to-know/  
2.1.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/02/01/be-prepared-what-agents-need-to-know-about-fire-safety-at-home/?
1.29.21
CityRealty
75 Henry Street #5F by Gerard C. Splendore featured. https://www.cityrealty.com/nyc/market-insight/features/great-listings/steals-amp-deals-as-inventory-falls-see-nyc039s-best-new-listing-bargains-week/48741
1.26.21
Business Insider
Gerard C. Splendore comments. https://www.businessinsider.com/brooklyn-real-estate-demand-prices-statistics-coronavirus-recovery-2021-1
1.25.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/01/25/hot-tips-for-fire-safety-in-apartment-buildings/
1.18.21
Bob Vila
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.bobvila.com/articles/home-staging-cant-hide-these-problems/
1.12.21
The Real Deal
Gerard C. Splendore comments. https://therealdeal.com/2021/01/12/what-brooklyns-record-25-5m-sale-means-for-boroughs-resi-market/
1.11.21
StreetEasy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://streeteasy.com/blog/what-is-a-maisonette/
1.4.21
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2021/01/04/what-real-estate-agents-should-know-about-closets/
12.21.20
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2020/12/21/the-6-types-of-bathrooms-all-real-estate-agents-should-know/
12.11.20
City Realty
155 Henry Street 3E by Gerard Splendore and 779 Riverside Drive Apt C41 by Elizabeth O’Neill and Joy Grossman was featured. https://www.cityrealty.com/nyc/market-insight/features/great-listings/steals-amp-deals-new-listings-under-1m-include-bright-3-bedroom-condo-off-central-park/48121
12.7.20
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2020/12/07/6-kitchen-layouts-every-agent-should-know/
12.1.20
GoBankingRates
Svetlana Choi, Gerard Splendore and Christopher Totaro comments. https://www.gobankingrates.com/investing/real-estate/buy-home-middle-pandemic/
11.23.20
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2020/11/23/5-must-have-traits-all-successful-real-estate-agents-share/?
11.22.20
Mansion Global
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.mansionglobal.com/articles/are-brooklyn-brownstones-the-new-manhattan-co-op-221388  
11.9.20
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2020/11/09/8-massive-mistakes-brand-new-agents-often-make/?
11.1.20
Brick Underground
Mitchel Askinas, Janet Traynor, Svetlana Choi, Gerard Splendore, Lisa Camillieri comment. https://www.brickunderground.com/sell/advantages-benefits-using-broker-agent-lives-in-building-expert-handle-sales-co-op-condo-nyc
10.28.20
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2020/09/28/how-to-decide-your-brands-dna-as-a-new-agent/
10.26.20
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2020/10/26/5-reasons-buyers-should-pull-the-trigger-this-fall/
10.25.20
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/what-landlords-will-never-tell-you-36832999
10.19.20
StreetEasy
Gerard Splendore, Parisa Afkhami, and Dorothy Schrager comments. https://streeteasy.com/blog/temporary-walls-for-apartments/
10.13.20
Brick Underground
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.brickunderground.com/sell/what-is-an-exclusive-listing-sales-contract-broker-nyc
10.12.20
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2020/10/12/what-does-luxury-mean-in-the-wake-of-covid-19/
10.7.20
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/up-and-coming-kitchen-trends-36826801
9.17.20
Apartment Therapy
Mihal Gartenberg, Gerard Splendore, and Svetlana Choi comment. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/home-transformations-drive-buyers-away-36818054
8.31.20
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2020/08/31/how-to-get-your-listings-ready-for-fall/
8.29.20
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/what-is-an-efficiency-apartment-36811258
8.17.20
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2020/08/17/how-good-is-your-email-communication-a-few-ways-to-improve/
8.17.20
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore and Domingo Perez Jr. comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/home-staging-empty-home-36807073
8.15.20
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/take-with-you-when-selling-home-36806197
8.11.20
Brick Underground
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.brickunderground.com/buy/features-of-a-good-ground-floor-apartment
8.10.20
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore and Rebecca Blacker comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/bedroom-trends-real-estate-2020-36805636
8.7.20
Inman
Alison Chiaramonte, Gerard Splendore, and Christopher Totaro comments. https://www.inman.com/2020/08/07/cuomo-says-nyc-schools-can-open-agents-predict-a-return-to-the-city/
8.5.20
Wall Street Journal
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.wsj.com/articles/real-estate-agents-feel-the-heat-11596655849
8.3.20
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2020/08/03/5-tips-for-virtually-hand-holding-first-time-homebuyers/
7.10.20
StreetEasy
Chris Totaro, Gerard Splendore, and Noemi Bitterman comment. https://streeteasy.com/blog/living-in-a-first-floor-apartment-pros-and-cons/
6.30.20
Million Acres
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.fool.com/millionacres/real-estate-market/articles/do-you-need-to-replace-the-roof-to-sell-your-house/
6.30.20
Gothamist
Gerard Splendore, Lisa Chajet, and Susan Abrams comments. https://gothamist.com/news/nyc-moving-during-a-pandemic
6.28.20
The New York Times
155 Henry St, #6E Brooklyn Heights by Gerard Splendore featured.
5.14.20
The Close
George Case, Gill Chowdhury, Gerard Splendore, and Bill Kowalczuk comment. How to Talk to Your Clients During the Pandemic: Top Brokers Weigh In
5.11.20
Brick Underground
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.brickunderground.com/buy/advantages-benefits-online-virtual-co-op-board-interviews-nyc-coronavirus
4.28.20
Curbed
428 77th Street, Apt 3 by Gerard Splendore featured. https://ny.curbed.com/2020/4/28/21238195/for-rent-nyc-bay-ridge-greenwich-village-bed-stuy
4.14.20
Lifehacker
Gerard Splendore and Svetlana Choi comment. https://twocents.lifehacker.com/how-to-sell-your-home-during-the-coronavirus-shutdown-1842864013 
4.9.20
The New York Times
2610 Ocean Parkway by Gerard Splendore featured. https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2020/04/09/realestate/on-the-market-in-new-york-city/s/09OTM-NYC-slide-NR14.html
4.4.20
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/condo-vs-apartment-36739623
3.30.20
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/color-never-to-paint-front-door-36739237
3.29.20
Hunker
Noemi Bitterman, Parisa M. Afkhami, and Allison Chiaramonte comment. 190 East 72nd Street, 19B by Susan and Michael Abrams, 8 East 96th Street, 11C by Claire Groome, 32 East 74th Street by Rowena DasGupta & Bill… More
3.25.20
Brick Underground
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.brickunderground.com/buy/tips-on-remote-co-op-board-interviews-during-coronavirus-pandemic-nyc
3.17.20
Forbes
Gerard Splendore and Steven Goldschmidt comment. https://www.forbes.com/sites/lisachamoff/2020/03/17/new-york-city-real-estate-industry-keeps-business-going-with-remote-closings-virtual-board-interviews/#3dd04cae30ae
2.21.20
Aceable
Andrea Wernick, Steven Gottlieb, and Gerard Splendore comment. https://www.aceableagent.com/blog/what-successful-real-estate-agents-wish-theyd-known-about-marketing/
2.18.20
The Close
Kathryn Landow, George Case, Noemi Bitterman, Becki Danchik, Gerard Splendore, and Steve Gottlieb comment. 38 Bad Real Estate Photos Agents Actually Posted
1.3.20
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column; Claire Groome, Jeremy Kamm, Ted Karagannis and Gill Chowdhury comment. https://www.inman.com/2020/01/03/5-renovation-projects-that-yield-the-best-resale-value/
1.2.20
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/living-room-arrangement-mistakes-home-staging-tips-36685786
12.24.19
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/why-real-estate-agents-hate-gray-living-rooms-36688147
12.23.19
Apartment Therapy
Rebecca Blacker & Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/things-not-to-keep-in-kitchen-home-maintenance-36687782
12.20.19
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/free-living-room-tweaks-home-stagers-36687130
12.11.19
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore and Christopher Totaro comment https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/living-room-mistakes-home-staging-36683621
12.6.19
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/bedroom-decor-to-avoid-2020-36677783
11.26.19
Inman
Marilyn Blume, Steven Gottlieb, Christopher Totaro, Noemi Bitterman, Gerard C. Splendore comemnt. https://www.inman.com/2019/11/26/22-ways-real-estate-pros-are-showing-gratitude-this-year/?utm_source=dailyheadlines&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=localnewsletter&utm_content=763393_textlink_7_20191126
11.13.19
Beth Kobliner
Gerard Splendore comments. How to make sure home renovations pay for themselves
9.3.19
Best Company
Gerard Splendore comments. https://bestcompany.com/mortgages/blog/preventing-home-buyers-remorse-13-common-mistakes-and-what-you-can-do-to-avoid-them
8.22.19
Inman
Gerard Splendore pens a column. https://www.inman.com/2019/08/22/newbies-heres-how-to-find-the-best-home-for-your-buyers/
7.29.19
Apartment Therapy
Gerard Splendore comments. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/most-common-first-time-homebuyer-questions-36630692
7.21.19
Forbes
Alex Lavrenov, Gerard Splendore, and Allison Chiaramonte comment. https://www.forbes.com/sites/amandalauren/2019/07/21/renovations-that-dont-add-resale-value-to-your-home/#1e6e920c502b
7.17.19
Forbes
Eric Mendelsohn and Gerard Splendore comment. https://www.forbes.com/sites/lisachamoff/2019/07/17/heres-what-you-need-to-know-to-survive-nycs-summer-rental-market/#5cb4df13776e
7.10.19
Forbes
Maria Daou and Gerard Splendore comment. https://www.forbes.com/sites/heathersenison/2019/07/10/a-third-of-streeteasys-new-york-city-listings-had-prices-cut-in-june-but-the-tactic-isnt-working/#60a721722bf8
7.8.19
Inman
Rebecca Brooksher, Gerard Splendore, and Chris Totaro comment. https://www.inman.com/2019/07/08/what-to-look-for-in-an-urban-investment-property/?utm_source=property&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=property&utm_content=741771_content_20190702_0%3Futm_source%3Dproperty&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=property&utm_content=741771_content_20190702_9
7.3.19
StreetEasy
155 Henry St. #6E by Gerard Splendore is featured. https://streeteasy.com/blog/nyc-apartments-for-800k-what-you-can-buy-right-now/?utm_source=StreetEasy+Blog&utm_campaign=f037c3518d-streeteasy_blog_daily_email&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_57fe166e04-f037c3518d-430612397
6.27.19
CityRealty
155 Henry Street, 6E by Gerard Splendore featured. https://www.cityrealty.com/nyc/market-insight/features/great-listings/see-best-new-bargains-manhattan-brooklyn-550k/32361
6.7.19
Cottages & Gardens
Sheila Trichter, Rafael Feldman, Noemi Bitterman, Alex Lavrenov, Gerard Splendore, and Eric Mendelsohn comment. http://www.cottages-gardens.com/Deeds-Donts/June-2019/NYC-Brokers-Dish-Market-Conditions-with-Seasonality/?utm_source=Cottages+%26+Gardens&utm_campaign=70809d9894-dailyDeeds_July_77_6_2017_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_a8deb9bf34-70809d9894-429251325&mc_cid=70809d9894&mc_eid=99682e7c8f
6.4.19
Curbed NY
109 Montague Street, Apt 2F by Gerard Splendore featured. https://ny.curbed.com/2019/6/4/18652087/nyc-apartments-for-rent-east-village-ridgewood

Testimonials

5.2.24
Testimonial From M.F.

We have been in a particularly difficult situation, having moved from Denmark to New York with an 18 month old baby, in the holiday season.  At times the trips (to see apartments) were very demanding, in rain, snowstorms and windy weather; throughout the two weeks, Mr. Splendore kept on encouraging us and we felt very grateful indeed for his all the positive energy surrounding him. He must have shown us at least 20 apartments, not to mention his online research.

5.2.24
Testimonial From J.Z.

I am writing this letter to express my utter satisfaction with the way your associate, Mr. Gerard Splendore has handled our apartment search and managed to successfully place us in our new home.   Mr. Splendore was extremely easy to talk to and communicate with from the very first time we met him; he has shown a deep interest in our concerns, and has proven to be a great listener, at the same time successful in helping us with the property market in all parts of Brookyn.

5.2.24
Testimonial From O.S.

I just wanted to say a quick thank you for Gerard’s services.  He was exceptionally professional and found the exact apartment I was looking for.

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Here’s what you need to know to suggest stair lifts as an alternative means of traveling safely between a home’s floors. Whether the result of neuropathy, injuries, age or disabilities, homebuyers with mobility issues have specific… More
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7.19.21
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7.13.21
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5.31.21
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5.3.21
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4.26.21
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4.19.21
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4.12.21
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4.5.21
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3.29.21
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3.18.21
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3.1.21
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2.15.21
As an agent, if you are advising buyers about these specialized communities, you have to make sure they understand that they’re not only purchasing a home but also a lifestyle. Here’s what you need to know…. More
2.1.21
House fires can escalate in the blink of an eye, but with proper precautions and planning, they are preventable. Here’s how agents can help clients be prepared for the worst. Fire can appear without warning and… More
1.25.21
Prevention is key when it comes to fire safety in the home. Here are a few sneaky apartment firetraps to look out for, and what you should do if you suspect danger. Before smoke alarms were… More
1.4.21
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12.21.20
To be sure that everyone is using the same terms and speaking the same language, let’s dig a little deeper into what qualifies these six types of bathrooms. In a real estate listing or on a… More
12.7.20
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11.23.20
Tools that serve agents well on the path to the final solution are integrity, honesty, transparency and the ability to communicate. This article has the potential to be very short because the most essential personality trait… More
11.9.20
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10.26.20
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10.12.20
In a post-pandemic world, features that were once taken for granted are now becoming precious to homebuyers. Now, the idea of luxury means something different, and it includes these new in-demand aspects. Although location, price and… More
9.28.20
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9.14.20
It’s understandable if clients get anxious when preparing their homes for sale — especially if they haven’t moved in decades. As an agent, you should guide them through the process, and remind them that all it… More
8.31.20
Originally written for and published by Inman. There’s no denying that fall decor brings about feelings of warmth and belonging — which is why agents shouldn’t ignore it when it comes to listings. Here are four areas… More
8.17.20
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8.3.20
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