In 2012 Swain Weiner joined the Greiner-Maltz team as President, Partner, and Founder of Greiner-Maltz Investment Properties, which specializes in all types of commercial investment sales throughout the five boroughs and Long Island.
Mr. Weiner came to Greiner-Maltz with a wealth of experience and knowledge. Over the last several years, he has sold over $193,880,000 in aggregate sales with over 975 residential units. He joined Massey Knakal in January 2003 as a Director of Sales in Queens, where he transferred his top-producing sales and corporate expertise to benefit his clients. He was the recipient of Massey Knakal’s 2004 & 2009 Richard Marcinko Award for Tenacity, Loyalty and Single-Mindedness of Purpose in the Pursuit of Excellence; the 2005 and 2007 Nicholas T. Donovan Award for Business Development and Goodwill Promotion; and the 2006 John H. Holler Award naming him Salesperson of the Year for Queens. Additionally in 2006, he was recognized as a coach/mentor and was promoted to a Senior Director of Sales. He was also amongst the top tier producers on the Sales Recognition Trip from 2004 – 2007. In 2009, Mr. Weiner was promoted to Vice President of Sales.
In addition, Swain contributes articles to local real estate publications; among them, The Real Deal, The Queens Courier, Real Estate Weekly, and The Mann Report.
Mr. Weiner was born in New York City and attended Baruch College in Manhattan, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Marketing. Before joining Massey Knakal, he had a successful career in media sales at Katz Media Corp., quickly working his way up to Director of Sales to the Chief Operating Officer, Vice President, Senior Vice President, and General Manager. Mr. Weiner was known within the industry for consistently capturing dominant market presence and building strong, loyal client and staff relationships.
Swain resides in Mamaroneck, N.Y. with his wife, Jo Ann, and sons, Matthew and Grant.
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