Agent Details

Meet Kevin

Head of New Development


Office Number: ​​​​​​​(212) 606-7748​​​​​​​

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Since 1990, Kevin B. Brown has consistently achieved record-breaking sales.  Also of note, for the last 10 years over 50 percent of his business has come from referrals generated through previous clients. Both buyers and sellers return for repeat transactions because of the strong relationships he forms, and they in turn refer their friends and colleagues.

How did Kevin accomplish this and how does this benefit you?  He attributes his success to two main reasons. 

  1. Kevin is especially proud to be part of the oldest company on the New York Stock Exchange, Sotheby’s Auction House.  Sotheby’s is a rare brand – one that instantly evokes a sense of unrivaled quality, unsurpassed service, and a deep understanding of the current and future value of one’s possessions.  This positioning allows Kevin to transact with individuals who share our brand vision and our commitment to excellence.  As Sotheby’s International Realty is in 72 countries and territories worldwide, our local and international marketing is unparalleled.  No firm has the marking power or reach that Sotheby’s International Realty enjoys!
  2. Being a sought after real estate advisor, Kevin is often quoted in international papers and appears in media broadcasts on a regular basis.  His time tested approach in servicing both buyers and sellers has enabled him to achieve sales of over two billion dollars. 

Kevin is often asked how his background studying for the priesthood and having graduate degrees in Business Administration (MBA) and Theology (MA) has helped him with his success.  The answer for Kevin is quite simple - he has a passion to be of service in any way he can and is uniquely positioned to do so!

As both a husband and a father, Kevin appreciates that real estate is more than just sheetrock and bricks.  It is a home - a place where one has a continual sense of homecoming, an expression of one’s lifestyle, a place where memories are created.