Shyda has worked at Realty Collective for over five years with clients finding their home in the communities of Brooklyn. As a transplant from Texas, she has personally experienced how difficult it can be to find an apartment in New York City. She hopes she can be a resource to help both tenants and landlords find their ideal match. For a deal is not made to just create a transaction, but to build a relationship of trust that will last throughout the years.
Whether you are signing your first lease or looking into buying a home she will always advocate for you. Shyda has been an active member of her community since moving to NYC in 2005. In the past, she has volunteered for local campaigns, taught kids art on Governors Island and served on the Litwing at The Lark Playwright Development Center. Creating art and community are her two great passions and helping people find a home is a service she does not take for granted!
Victoria and Shyda were both fantastic to work with. We sold our Brooklyn apartment while living in Los Angeles so we really needed more help than the typical sell. They went above and beyond for us.
As first-time homebuyers, the entire process was terrifying at first…but Shyda made it seem manageable. Being able to depend on her vast knowledge of the Brooklyn housing scene was a great relief, and helped keep us sane.
This was my second time using Realty Collective and my second time getting an AMAZING apartment. My broker, Shyda, was extremely helpful and worked very hard to get my roommate and I our current apartment. The team at [RC] is always laid back but driven.
Best. Broker. Ever. Shyda literally went above and beyond what any other agencies claimed to do and found me a gorgeous apartment I’m proud to call home. If you’re reading this, Shyda, I’m so grateful for you!
While apartment searching in NYC is usually as fun as oral surgery…Shyda made my experience as quick and painless as can be! I don’t see myself moving out of this new place for a while, but when I do I would definitely use Realty Collective again.