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Peter Dodge

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson


260 Madison Avenue 5th Floor, New York, NY 10016

Peter's Q&A

What is Your Favorite Movie?



What is You Favorite Book?

How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie


What are the top things you enjoy most about working in this business and on the NYM team?

  • Working with sellers to help position their properties in the market
  • The people aspect
  • The boots on the ground active approach we take to our line of work


Professional History

Originally from Long Island, Peter Dodge joined Marcus & Millichap in 2018 and works on the #1 Multifamily Sales team directly alongside Peter Von Der Ahe and Joe Koicim. He specializes in the sale of multifamily and mixed-use investment properties in the Downtown Manhattan submarket.

At Marcus & Millichap, Peter works directly with sellers and advises them on strategically marketing and selling their investment properties. Through leveraging the strengths of Marcus & Millichap’s national platform, and his niche expertise of the intricacies in the downtown investment sales market, Peter creates a competitive bidding environment producing the highest priced offers on behalf of his clients. Taking an advisory approach to his line of work, Peter works with clients in advance of a sale, developing a customized strategy to suit their personal and professional goals to help best position them in the market.

Peter attended Chaminade High School on Long Island, and obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross graduating with honors. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, golfing, skiing and spending time with family and friends.

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December 4, 2023

How To Move Forward in Today’s Multifamily Market

There are 60,000 vacant stabilized apartments in NYC (not including 4,800 from NYCHA), yet we have rents hitting all-time highs and people living on the street. Something has to give. The city is running out of resources and eventually it will have no choice but to incentivize the private sector by cutting the red tape. If you believe something has to give, then this is a great reason to buy multifamily buildings in New York. Do I Own Rent Stabilized Or Affordable Housing? Right now, prewar buildings are not inherently…
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October 24, 2023

What Happens Next To The Multifamily Market In New York?

On October 2nd, the Supreme Court of the United States put to bed CHIP v HSTPA by denying hearing a challenge to the rent laws of 2019. Since SCOTUS historically takes two percent of the cases that come to their desk this wasn’t a big surprise but more like a batted down Hail Mary pass. For the most part, the market has already priced in a SCOTUS denial because rent stabilized buildings have been selling for the past four years mostly based on interest rates, location, and property condition –…
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September 11, 2023

3 Events That Will Change the Multifamily Market

We are entering the fourth quarter of 2023 with investment sales velocity down 50% over the same period last year. Valuations are down and owners have been slow to divest their assets. Rates have soared in the past 18 months to unsustainable levels so much so that Signature Bank, one of the premier lenders, went belly-up. Low sales velocity is not sustainable and it’s reaching its tipping point. There are three events that are converging on the multifamily market, seemingly all at once, which will shape the market for years…

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