Jeremy Kamm
Real Estate Professional
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Licensed As: Jeremy Alexander Kamm
Honesty. Integrity. Care. Trust. Creativity. With over 15 years of combined sales experience from retail to real estate, Jeremy Kamm maintains that these mantras are the keys to his continued success and growing referral business. Clients appreciate his personal and professional attentiveness, savvy market insights, unique marketing strategies, and instinctive negotiation techniques.

Jeremy prides himself on knowing how to directly interpret a client’s tastes and preferences, enabling him to deliver exemplary customer service and cultivate trust and confidence. Jeremy’s clients and peers regard him for his artistic nature, attention to detail, and a keen eye for design – an invaluable asset that seamlessly translated with him into his real estate career.

Jeremy has represented buyers and sellers in various purchases and sales, from one-to-three-bedroom-plus co-ops, condos, and single-family homes throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx, with a total sales volume in the tens of millions. As a native New Yorker, Jeremy can confidently navigate various markets and neighborhoods throughout The City. This quality has catapulted his success.

Jeremy joined Coldwell Banker Warburg (then Warburg Realty) in 2018 after acting as the sales and operations manager of his family’s 41-year-old retail clothing store, Designer’s Corner. In this role, Jeremy was responsible for maximizing revenues, growing his clientele base, and was the chief buyer and primary merchandising creator.

Jeremy graduated from Emory University with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and attended Ramaz School on the Upper East Side. Though born and raised in Fieldston – a small, private community nestled in the heart of Riverdale, Jeremy calls the Lower East Side his home and has lived there for over seven years. He is a member of iMentor, an organization that builds one-on-one mentoring relationships that empower first-generation students from low-income communities to graduate high school, succeed in college, and achieve their ambitions. Jeremy is also a member of the Penn Club of New York and YJP (Young Jewish Professionals). Though Jeremy regards himself as an absolute “foodie” who loves exploring new and innovative food at home and abroad, he is highly passionate about health and fitness and is an avid tennis player.


Brick Underground
New York City’s real estate market slowed dramatically in 2022 after booming in the second half of 2021, but that didn’t mean buyers or renters caught much of a break last year. Prices and rents remained frozen… More
Some realtors, however, are still trying to make 2023 happen. “It’s the best time to buy in the next three years,” Mihal Gartenberg, a broker at Coldwell Banker Warburg, is telling her clients. The way she… More
Perched high in the sky, at the cross-section of Downtown Brooklyn and Brooklyn Heights, is this well-proportioned one-bedroom one and one-half bathroom duplex in a premiere white-glove pre-war co-op in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods… More
The Street
Shakespeare had it right when he said, “I’ll give a thousand furlongs of open sea for an acre of barren ground.” U.S. homebuyers know exactly where the Bard of Avon was coming from on the real… More
The scent of fresh pine, chestnuts roasting, festive music playing and crackling fireplaces make the holidays the most wonderful time of the year. If you currently listed your home for sale, you’ll want to capture that holiday… More
Modern Luxury Manhattan
If there’s anything Manhannites like more than luxury, it’s balling out on a budget. We are obsessed with a good Bergdorf’s sale, after all. And wouldn’t it be nice to maintain our upper-echelon reputations without breaking the… More
Filmmaker Henry Joost isn’t catfishing. He’s sincerely seeking a serious buyer for his petite and charming penthouse in New York’s historic and lovely Brooklyn Heights neighborhood. Originally listed at just under $2 million, the two-bedroom, one-bath… More
Brick Underground
New York City brokers are bracing for an “absolutely dead” sales market this summer but that could be good news for buyers who are unscathed by current economic conditions.
Luxury Daily
Real estate inventory is climbing, but the market remains unpredictable.
Apartment Therapy
While searching for my first home, I eagerly awaited Friday mornings, when I’d wake up, immediately check my phone, and scroll through all of the new listings that went on the market overnight.
New York Times
Brooklyn Heights Co-op • $1.995 million • BROOKLYN • 70 Remsen St., No. 11B A two-bedroom, one-bath penthouse with a quaint kitchen, a wood-burning fireplace and a terrace with of views of New York Harbor, in… More
Lux Expose
A top floor 2 bedroom penthouse apartment in a pre-war full-service coop The Remsen is extremely hard to find. One of the most unique homes in all Brooklyn Heights, it has not one but two private… More
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.
Brick Underground
3625 Oxford Ave, Apt. 7C by Jeremy Kamm featured.  
Gerard Splendore, Cecilia Serrano, Mihal Gartenberg and Jeremy Kamm featured
LX Collection
Jeremy Kamm comment
Brick Underground
Jeremy Kamm and Karen Kostiw comment
The Balance
Jeremy Kamm comments.
Apartment Therapy
Rachel Lustbader, Mihal Gartenberg, Steve Gottlieb, Jeremy Kamm, and Hala Lawrence comment.
Forbes Global Properties
Jeremy Kamm featured.  
Cottages and Gardens
322 West 88th Street, Apt 2A by Jeremy Kamm and Robert A. Schulman featured.
The New York Times
322 West 88th Street, Apt 2A by Jeremy Kamm and Robert Schulman featured.
Brick Underground
155 West 11th Street, Apt 14D by Jeremy Kamm and Frederick Warburg Peters.
Forbes Global Properties
215 East 80th Street, Apt 3B by June Gottlieb, Steven Gottlieb and Emily Becker and 900 Park Avenue, Apt 11E by Robert Schulman and Jeremy A. Kamm featured.
Forbes Global Properties
155 West 11th Street, 14D by Jeremy Kamm and Frederick Warburg Peters featured.
Becki Danchik, Bill Kowalczuk, and Jeremy Kamm comment.  
Jeremy A. Kamm, Rebecca Blacker and Mihal Gartenberg comment.
Lux Exposé
322 West 88th Street Apartment 2A by Robert Schulman and Jeremy Kamm featured.
Lux Exposé
900 Park Avenue Apt 11E by Robert Schulman and Jeremy Kamm featured.
322 West 88th Street Apartment 2A by Jeremy Kamm and Robert A. Schulman featured.
322 West 88th Street Apartment 2A by Jeremy Kamm and Robert A. Schulman featured.
New York Post
Jeremy Kamm comments.
Jeremy Kamm comments.
Steve Gottlieb, June Gottlieb, Jeremy Kamm, and Marilyn Blume comment.
City Realty
235 East 87th Street #11B by Rachel Lustbader and Jeremy Kamm featured.
Jeremy Kamm pens a column.
Jeremy Kamm comments.
GO Banking Rates
Jeremy Kamm and Rebecca Brooksher comment.
Gill Chowdhury, Noemi Bitterman, Samantha Rose Frith, Jeremy Kamm, and Jeanne Byers comment.
Huffington Post
Jeremy Kamm comments.
City Realty
20 Bayard Street, #11A by Robert Schulman and Jeremy Kamm featured.
20 Bayard Street, Apt 11A by Robert Schulman and Jeremy Kamm featured.
Brick Underground
Jeremy Kamm and Mihal Gartenberg comment.
Jeremy Kamm pens a column.
Real Estate Weekly
302 West 79th Street-5D by Maria Daou and Jeremy Kamm featured. Done deals: One in (under) a million
Real Estate Weekly
Closing by Rachel Lustbader and Jeremy Kamm featured. Done Deals: Reaching new heights
Brick Underground
235 East 87th Street, Apt 11B by Rachel Ostow Lustbader and Jeremy Kamm featured.
Lux Exposé
115 East 9th Street, Apt. 11R by Rachel Ostow Lustbader & Jeremy Kamm, 35 East 85th Street, Apt. 10B by Harriet Kaufman & Dorothy Schrager, 31 Jane Street, Apt. 9H by Rachel Ostow Lustbader & Jeremy… More
Susan Landau Abrams and Jeremy Kamm comment.
Gerard Splendore pens a column; Claire Groome, Jeremy Kamm, Ted Karagannis and Gill Chowdhury comment.
302 West 79th Street, Apt 5D by Maria Daou and Jeremy Kamm featured, 344 West 12th Street, Apt 5D by Wendy Arriz and Sophie Harris featured
302 West 79th Street, Apt 5D by Maria Daou and Jeremy Kamm featured.
400 East 56th Street, Apt 17M by Andrea Wernick and Kathryn Landow and 235 East 87th Street, Apt 11B by Rachel Ostow Lustbader and Jeremy Kamm featured.
Curbed NY
212 East 48th Street #3E by Jeremy Kamm featured.
More Content Now
Jeremy Kamm talks about how to make a small room feel bigger.
Apartment Therapy
Jeremy Kamm comments.


Testimonial from Daniel G. and Chelsea C.

Jeremy is what everyone dreams of in a broker: he stays laser-focused on his clients’ needs, and tailors his approach to ensure his clients are continuously comfortable–all without being overly pushy or rushing toward a deal. He is a steadfast collaborator throughout the process, such that it truly feels as if he’s investing in the property alongside his clients. While we were searching for our first home, Jeremy was both admirably patient as we asked endless questions, and remarkably thorough in anticipating and walking us through facets of the process we were unsure of. Further, Jeremy has innate ownership and jumps–often at a moment’s notice–to insulate numerous gaps that undoubtedly occur during the home search and buying processes. We absolutely love our new home, but if and when the time comes to find something different, we’ll be reaching back out to Jeremy in a heartbeat.

Testimonial from Melissa Meshulam

My apartment was on the market for two-plus years with two other brokers, and then Jeremy came along and sold it in a week… There’s nobody better in the game than Jeremy Kamm. He’s punctual, reliable, and consistently proves that he always has his client’s best interests at heart. His sheer willingness, drive, and passion made me feel confident that he was going to be the right guy for the job. And he was! Selling your home can be an extremely emotional process; Jeremy was there for me not only as my broker but also as my friend.

Testimonial from James Benasuli:

I had a great experience working with Jeremy. His affable and outgoing nature made our search a fun process from the start. His deep understanding of NYC’s different neighborhoods and knowledge of specific buildings in each allowed him to quickly generate great leads. In just a few weeks, we’d found the perfect apartment as well as a backup option down the street. Jeremy’s strategic considerations on making an offer were spot-on and helped avoid a potentially deal-ruining bidding war. Jeremy’s expert guidance did not end once our offer was accepted, as he immediately began quarterbacking the board package process. His resources and insights made the daunting board package process a breeze and helped ensure everything was in order for closing. I cannot speak highly enough about Jeremy and will definitely be calling him first the next time I decide to move.

Testimonials from Stephanie Dontas & Virgil Doyle 

Jeremy was fantastic throughout our entire home search process. We were first time home buyers and needed a little extra attention – he has such patience and you can tell he really cares that you end up in your dream home. What we found most comforting was his honesty. He took the time to ask us enough questions to understand what we were truly looking for, and when we weren’t in the right apartment he was very willing to move on to the next one. When we were in an apartment that had potential, he was very open about the pros and the cons. Once we decided to move forward with something, he was there every step of the way. He made the process fun and simple. We never would have found our apartment without him. He is the best of the best!”

Testimonial from Nancy E. Cooley

Jeremy is great to work with! As we were venturing out of our neighborhood, we were looking for someone who would comb through the myriad of listings and map out the differences between the various neighborhoods and buildings.  He is a good listener, knowledgeable, thorough, and patient. He made the task and process fun while providing the guidance and support we needed.

Testimonials from Jacqueline Sapoznik & Zack Charles

The strongest testament to my trust in Jeremy as a real estate agent is that we referred Jeremy to my in-laws. I generally refrain from giving any referrals out of fear of guiding someone in the wrong direction, let alone to my in-laws. But after our experience with Jeremy and the care he took with us as first-time home buyers (even crossing state lines to help us compile our board package), I was confident he was the right fit for them. I continue to enthusiastically refer Jeremy to anyone who needs help with their real estate needs! He cares about his clients and knows how to guide you through the process of buying a home.

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