Superior results and world-class service: expect no less from multimillion-dollar producer John Cordeira. With a mastery of residential real estate, a driving passion for his work, and proven success for buyers and sellers of Long Island homes since 2005, John is at the top of his game – and that means a win for his clients. He is the unstoppable real estate agent, turning your dream home into a reality or acquiring maximum value for your current home. Renowned for his expertise, integrity, and relentless dedication to his clients, his 100+ perfect five-star reviews attest to the great experience and exceptional results he delivers.

John is your champion listing agent or buyer’s representative for real estate in Nassau County, Suffolk County, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island, including single family homes, townhouses, condos, co-ops, commercial real estate, and rentals. As a lifetime resident, his knowledge of the Long Island real estate market is second to none. Before establishing Cordeira Homes, he was an associate broker at Century 21, winning multiple awards including the prestigious Diamond Master’s Program. Prior to becoming a Long Island real estate broker, he had an extensive background in property management at one of New York City’s preeminent firms. 

A licensed broker in the state of New York, John is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the New York State Association of Realtors, the Long Island Board of Realtors, the New York State MLS (Multiple Listing Service), and the Long Island MLS. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Marketing and Psychology from Hofstra University and received formal real estate training from the Long Island School of Real Estate. John grew up in East Meadow and resides in Massapequa Park with his wife and a young son and daughter. When he isn’t working tirelessly for his clients, you’ll probably find him weight training or preparing for the Long Island Marathon. 

Please contact John for your real estate needs and find out the difference that his client-first approach can make.