Jill Damico started her career in Manhattan real estate in 2010. She has extensive experience working with both buyers and sellers, and has transacted deals in co-ops and condos throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn. Jill has also worked with local and foreign investors, and prides herself on helping her clients make smart decisions by presenting them with pertinent market data and facts.
Jill strives to provide her clients with the best service possible while going above and beyond to help them reach their unique goals. Known for being honest, ethical and perseverant, she always protects her clients’ best interest which has helped her forge lasting relationships and build a largely based referral business. She is also a Certified Negotiation Expert, and known for her creative and tenacious approach.
Jill is an avid sailor and traveler. She has run the New York City Marathon twice, where she’s fundraised for the American Cancer Society.
What do you do best?
I have a great ability to form strong and trusting relationships with all different types of personalities. I understand people well and make them feel comfortable around me.
What makes you the best?
My attention to detail, honesty, and ability to listen. Additionally, my sense of humor allows me to have fun with my clients throughout an often stressful process.
How will you stay the best?
By keeping myself educated, pushing myself beyond my comfort zones, and learning from each new experience. It’s also important not to compare yourself to others and stay focused on your goals.
This is a tough question. I would say completing my first marathon, because I proved to myself I can do anything I set my mind to. I cried tears of joy when I crossed the finish line.
What are your aspirations?
Personal: To have a well-balanced, happy and healthy life, and to keep learning. I love traveling and experiencing new things, I think it keeps your perspective grounded.
Business: Any agent’s goal is to continue building their business, but beyond that, I would like to keep building strong and lasting relationships with my client’s as well as maintain a solid reputation among my peers.
Most challenging moment?
This brings me back to the former question of what is your biggest success. The last 4-5 miles of a marathon are the most challenging moments I have yet to experience.
What fascinates you?
People who take risks to follow their dreams, it’s a trait I thoroughly admire.
I don’t have a favorite one.
My parents- there’s no one in the world I love more.
I grew up in Setauket, a beautiful, historic town on the north shore of Long Island. My parents’ home sits on a cliff overlooking the Long Island Sound. It’s truly “home” to me and I feel at peace there. I also love Spain and Italy. They both having amazing food and cultures, as well as beautiful scenery.
I can’t decide, but I will say I do love Fresh soy face cleanser.
My family and my dog, Memphis. I am also a sailor, and have been sailing since I was an infant. I used to teach sailing during the summer as a teenager. It’s a hobby and sport that I love and hope to teach my children someday.