Margaux Larroche is an expert in the real estate sector. She excels in helping her clients get the best deal possible. No task is too big or small for this dedicated professional, whether you’re looking to buy, sell, rent or invest in Manhattan for the short or long term.
Extremely responsible, diligent and trustworthy to every individual she serves; Margaux will listen to your needs and act efficiently to achieve the best possible results. Just ask her help, and consider the job done – with undivided attention, transparency, and genuine concern for your best interests every step of the way.
Originally from France, Margaux has lived and studied internationally. She’s lived in Cambridge in the UK, Sao Paolo in Brazil, Paris in France and New York, where she has resided for the past 15 years. Margaux is fluent in French, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and English. She loves interacting and working with people of every background. As she puts it herself, “Being a third-culture kid gave me great socio-cultural adaptability which in turn helps me understand people’s personalities and tastes in real estate.”
While she’s always lived on the Upper West Side, Margaux studied in Morningside Heights at Columbia University, where she received a Bachelor degree in Economics and Mathematics, and on the Upper East Side at the Lycee Francais de New York. Margaux also passed her French scientific baccalaureat in Paris, France. She comes from an entrepreneurial family who inspired her own entrepreneurial spirit and mindset that allows her to be flexible, determined, and ready to get things done. Prior to residential real estate, Margaux co-founded and managed a short-term vacation rental company in New York City, and worked as an international business developer.
In her free time, Margaux enjoys meeting new people and traveling, especially to Europe and South America. She’s also involved in various communities including Lycee Francais de New York (LFNY) Alumni, Columbia University Alumni, Columbia Alumni Arts League, Accueil New York, and of course, the Real Estate Board of New York.