Bill Kowalczuk is a top residential broker with over 20 years of industry experience. He is ranked among the top performing real estate associates at Warburg and nationwide due to his exceptional market expertise, high standard of customer service, and the impressive results that he consistently delivers to all of his clients.
Bill’s knowledge and efficiency working through complex transactions is continuously acclaimed by the buyers, sellers, renters, and investors that have worked with him. Each of Bill’s clients can attest to his dedication to service and results-driven work ethic, which is a testament to his strong referral and repeat business. From marketing luxury lofts and townhouses to managing new development sales throughout Manhattan, Bill is in tune with the dynamic local marketplace and is ready to connect his clients with the perfect property for them. Bill also provides valuable expertise to multi-unit investment buyers, covering all aspects from pricing and amenities, to layouts and design features.
A native New Yorker and born in Queens, Bill has lived and worked in many different neighborhoods around NYC. Bill has an innate understanding of what makes each neighborhood of Manhattan truly unique. Before entering the real estate field, Bill lived in Puerto Rico in the late 1980’s, where he operated a travel business as well as working in the luxury hotel field. In his free time Bill enjoys wine, fine dining, and expeditions that involve skydiving, kayaking and mountain biking.
Bill Kowalczuk, a broker at Coldwell Banker Warburg, says while he doesn’t see this situation often, a landlord is within their rights to ban you from hanging items on walls. And even if your landlord doesn’t prohibit you… More
I’m a 68-year-old single, retired nurse. I own a condo that’s worth approximately $450,000 in New York City. I have a nice amount in savings and in investments, worth about $1 million, and a good amount… More
After the frenzy of bidding wars, the U.S. housing market is starting to cool, particularly along the West Coast, as mortgage interest rates rise. That’s forcing some sellers to adjust. https://www.cnbc.com/2022/07/15/markets-where-home-sales-are-cooling-fastest.html
NEW YORK — Inflation in the United States has reached a new 40-year high. Data from the Labor Department shows consumer prices rose 9.1 percent from a year ago, the fastest pace since 1981. https://www.cbsnews.com/newyork/news/new-york-city-inflation-new-high/
NEW YORK – New York City renter Gabbie Fried got so fed up that she started posting her frustrations on social media. Fried, an actor, moved into an apartment on the Upper West Side in 2021 after getting a deal… More
There’s a lot of competition for rental apartments in New York City these days, so you might come across a landlord who wants to do a Zoom interview to make sure you’re the responsible type. https://www.brickunderground.com/rent/realty-bites-zoom-online-video-interview-with-landlord-rental-application-process-nyc
136 Dean Street, Apartment 4 by Bill Kowalczuk featured and 1 Grace Court, Apartment 5D by Jeanne Byers and George Case featured. https://luxexpose.com/these-brooklyn-homes-check-all-boxes-and-are-under-1-million/
Featured Properties: 196 East 75th Street, 17B; 235 East 87th Street, 11B; and 242 East 19th Street, 2FG by Rachel Lustbader 400 East 56th Street, 26K by Andrea E. Wernick and Bill Kowalczuk https://theclose.com/virtual-staging-software/
1020 Park Avenue, Apt. 6A by June Gottlieb, Steven Gottlieb and Emily Becker //20 Pine Street, Ph. 250 by Christopher Totaro and Kemdi Anosike// 315 Seventh Avenue, Apt. 8A by Samantha Rose Frith, Joel E. Moss,… More
Featured listings: 196 East 75th Street, 17B and 400 East 56th Street, Apt 26K by Andrea Wernick and Bill Kowalczuk. 235 East 87th Street, 11B and 242 East 19th Street, 2FG by Rachel Lustbader. https://theclose.com/virtual-staging-software/
73-12 35th Ave, #64 by Bill Kowalczuk and Kheel Tower image by Samantha Rose Frith and Joel E. Moss featured. https://www.cityrealty.com/nyc/market-insight/features/great-listings/steals-deals-new-nyc-listings-299k/45661
45 Crosby Street, Apt 5S by Catherine Silver Smith and Kathryn Landow featured. 317 East 8th Street and 658 Park Place, Apt 8 by Jamie Fedorko and Jessica Swersey featured. 35 Vestry St, Apt 5 by… More
Bill Kowalczuk comments. https://www.inman.com/2020/02/07/what-does-a-rental-agent-in-nyc-do-anyway/?utm_source=dailyheadlines&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=localnewsletter&utm_content=775418_textlink_7_20200210
Bill Kowalczuk talks about the challenges of selling apartments on the Upper East Side over the summer. https://therealdeal.com/2018/08/21/we-couldnt-give-it-away-why-even-cheap-listings-fell-off-the-market-this-summer/
Bill Kowalczuk and Dorothy Schrager are quoted in CNBC about Manhattan neighborhoods that foreign investors are buying. https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/16/places-where-foreign-investors-are-planting-roots-in-new-york-city.html
Warburg CEO Frederick Peters, along with Steve Goldschmidt, Camille Duvall-Hero, Susan Fishman, Charles Russell, Brennan Zahler, Jason Haber, Mary Dunne, Maria Daou, and Bill Kowalczuk attend REBNY’s annual Deal of the Year Charity Gala. http://rew-online.com/2016/10/30/in-pictures-rebny-residential-gala-guests/