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There are many advantages in affiliating with a Staten Island real estate leader whose successful track record covers 46 years

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – It’s true: Neuhaus has sold more properties than any other real estate company on Staten Island during a measurable 16-year interval.

A comparative analysis of Multiple Listing Service (MLS) data by the Staten Island Board of Realtors Inc. puts Neuhaus Realty at the top of this list.

Combine this with the know-how from Neuhaus Realty Inc. having more than 43 years’ experience of buying and selling homes, new construction, condos, commercial properties, land and more.

Staten Island is mostly a residential market, although commercial properties and land also are significant components. The borough’s population has been increasing to where it hovers just below half a million inhabitants, presenting an ever-growing market.

Neuhaus Realty began on Staten Island and has expanded to Brooklyn and Holmdel, N.J., where it serves Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean Counties.


The real estate industry offers some of the best career opportunities, which can include buying or selling residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural, or professional properties, dealing with mortgage financing, appraisals, or even urban planning.

Neuhaus Realty has many associates with the expertise to explain the process of becoming a real estate professional.


  • A career in real estate offers tremendous flexibility and benefits like these:
  • No set hours.
  • Income directly related to work efforts.
  • No earning limits.
  • Map your own progress but with professional guidance for making all your important decisions.
  • No desk fees.
  • No franchise fees.
  • Learn about tax advantages for real estate professionals.
  • The potential for high earnings, community status, flexibility, and self-direction make real estate an attractive career choice for everyone.


Neuhaus Realty offers sponsorship for the licensing requirements and reimbursement for the initial salesperson costs.

Contact Neuhaus Realty, Inc. for information about how to become an agent.

The firm provides free training every Saturday at 10 a.m. Training on weeknights is also available.

Neuhaus Realty offers licensing in New York or New Jersey. Mimi Neuhaus, founder of Neuhaus Realty, personally provides the training.

“In my opinion, the only way to educate new sales professionals is with a live instructor,” says Mrs. Neuhaus. “That is why I provide all the training, and focus on quality training on and off the premises.”

There also are more sources for real estate education than ever before. Local real estate boards offer many choices to enroll in the schools needed for licensing.

Many accredited universities offer real estate courses, and even have entire departments dedicated to real estate. Requirements vary by states, but a written exam is required everywhere.

Call 718-979-3400 anytime for more information, or email to


Since its launch in 1969, Neuhaus Realty has grown to become one of the most successful and widely respected Realtor® firms in the New York and New Jersey areas.

The agency tends to the detailed needs of homebuyers, home sellers, builders, investors and developers with the support of its exceptional team of real estate professionals, state-of–the-art marketing programs and Multiple Listing services memberships. The Neuhaus staff includes more than 125 full- and part-time associate brokers and salespeople dedicated to the highest standards of excellence.

The firm operates offices in Staten Island, New York (3171 Richmond Rd.; 718-979-3400); Brooklyn, New York (823 3rd Ave.; 718-285-8120), and Holmdel, New Jersey (51 East Main St.; 732-946-2911), serving Monmouth, Ocean and Middlesex counties in the Garden State.