Working with Rava Realty, you get a team of experts who can assist you in every step of a New York City real estate transaction. We specialize in working with foreign investors as well as local clients. The team is led by Riccardo Ravasini, a licensed salesperson associated with the Keller Williams franchise.

Riccardo Ravasini grew up in Italy where he studied Business and Finance at Bocconi University in Milan. After moving to New York, he quickly became intrigued by the city’s real estate market and its high level of efficiency and activity. After a period of growth at two NYC boutique brokerage firms where he gained first-hand knowledge in the broadest spectrum of real estate transactions, Riccardo joined Keller Williams NYC to become one of its top producing agents.

With keen insight into every aspect of the industry from development, corporate relocation and on-site management to the Manhattan rental and sales market, Riccardo utilizes his skills and seasoned expertise to assist clients with their every need. Riccardo is also an active realtor in Florida and offers investment properties in the Miami market to his clients from all over the world.

Riccardo’s clientele includes landlords looking to lease their properties, short- or long-term renters and homebuyers seeking the right space for them to live or to invest in, companies seeking corporate apartments, as well as sellers in all locations looking to get the best exposure and sale price for their property. From studios to luxury penthouse apartments, Riccardo’s team delivers the same unparalleled level of service.

Riccardo believes that a selfless approach to serving his clients is ultimately the best and most fulfilling one. He is convinced that you enrich yourself by empowering others. At the end of the day, what is more valuable than a smile while achieving the goal?



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