Tyler Starr – New York Real Estate Journal “Ones to Watch”

November 23, 2022 – Recognitions and Accolades
New York Real Estate Journal

Herrick is proud to announce that Real Estate associate Tyler Starr was featured in the New York Real Estate Journal's "Ones to Watch" Spotlight, which focuses on up-and-coming professionals across all areas of real estate. Tyler represents institutional buyers and sellers in complex commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions, and financing of multifamily complexes, warehouses, office buildings, hotels, shopping centers and student housing throughout the United States. He also has experience representing landlords and tenants in commercial lease agreements and subleases for office and retail use.

What 3 skills do you consider the most important to be successful in your industry?

1. Flexibility: There are often multiple ways to close a deal. It’s important to stay flexible as the client or another party on the transaction may insist on going about the deal in a particular way. You need to be able to adjust your initial gameplan.

2. Positive attitude: Any client service industry can be demanding, and law is no different. I find the best way to keep up with the pace and volume is to have a positive outlook regardless of what is going on around you.

3. Perseverance: As you go through your career, there will likely be individuals involved in deals that are challenging to work with. In these instances, it is prudent to swallow your pride, put your head down and focus on the end goal – like closing the deal.

What is one lesson that you had to learn the hard way?

Get things done in advance whenever possible. I have needlessly burned the midnight oil when I could have put in the work beforehand.

What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?

Cooking – I find it therapeutic and a great way to detach from work. Additionally, I can share the final product with family and friends which brings me joy.

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