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JGR out to change the landscape

Jarrod Guy Randolph has launched his own brokerage with a strategy he believes will set him apart in the Manhattan crowd.

JGR Property Group will offer specialized strategies and services to domestic and international buyers, investors and developers of new condominium projects.

Randolph and his team of four will be headquartered on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.


“JGR Property Group redefine the current expectations associated with most brokerage firms throughout New York City,” said Randolph, principal of the firm.

“We have developed a business platform heavily focused on data and strategic partnerships which, in turn, will provide our clients with both access and experiences that exceed those of a standard real estate transaction.”

A former CORE agent, Randolph has achieved over $1.1 billion in transactions with over $600 million in individual sales to date. He plans to offer his JGR clients research and analytics on the current and future state of the hyper specific New York City real estate market using real time datae.
Randolph’s team consists of Raphael Chejade-Bloom, Sean McGinley, Chris Dominiak, and Natalie Malikyan.

Randloph said he will announce “various strategic partnershipsˮ with luxury brands and outlets in early 2015. That “large-scale initiativeˮ will be led through the direction of Jasmine Takanikos Consulting Group, a strategic branding, marketing and communications consultancy.

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