Mable Ivory’s real estate career has spanned over a decade. As a top selling agent in the South Bronx, she has been interviewed by The New York Times and The New York Post as a neighborhood expert.
Mable’s innate ability to identify her clients’ desires and build a workable plan of action to meet their needs stems from her personal experience as a NYC first-time home buyer, co-op owner, seller, real estate investor and landlord.
Prior to embarking on a professional path in real estate, Mable had a successful ten-year run as a marketing and media executive at Time Inc. When not house hunting or hosting open houses, she enjoys writing, and her blogs have appeared on The Huffington Post, EBONY.com and ESSENCE.com. Mable is actively engaged in the community and is proud to serve on the board of directors for FFLIC: Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children as well as be a former board member of SHARE: Self-Help for Women with Breast or Ovarian Cancer.
Mable was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. Her Midwestern sensibility and hard work ethic were instilled in her by her parents: Charles, an auto worker, and Velma, a social worker. At 18 years of age, Mable landed in New York City as the result of a prestigious Martin Luther King Jr. Merit Scholarship to New York University’s Stern School of Business, where she double-majored in Marketing and International Business and minored in Africana Studies. Over twenty years later, Mable has lived in three of New York’s five boroughs (Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan) and presently calls East Harlem home.