Based in New York City, Mr. Feffer has 30+ years of experience representing numerous clients in buying, selling, financing and leasing all types of properties, including condominiums, houses, factories, warehouses, retail space and office buildings. He represents real estate developers, construction firms, property management companies, co-op corporations, condominium associations, and residential and commercial building owners and tenants. Mr. Feffer is a trained mediator, having completed Basic and Advanced Mediation Training through the New York State Bar Association. He has also represented clients in mediation and arbitration proceedings.
Mr. Feffer also serves as general legal counsel to private corporations and not-for-profit organizations, handles commercial transactions, and advises his clients on corporate governance and operations issues. He is a Professional Member of the New York Council of Cooperatives and Condominiums.
Actively involved in the Asian-American community, Bruce is a recipient of the Agent of Change Award; and the Dream of Equality Award from Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) in recognition of his three decades of service to the Asian American community in the areas of real estate, economic development, small business assistance, and voting rights. In addition, he has served on the Board of Directors of the Manhattan Chapter of the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA) and is Legal Advisor to the American Chinese Real Estate Society (ACRES). He also represents clients from Hong Kong, China, and throughout Asia.
Mr. Feffer is a regular spokesperson and lecturer on legal issues and has conducted classes and seminars for numerous organizations including The Learning Annex (“Advanced Foreclosures”), Lorman Seminars (“Real Estate from A to Z” and “Landlord-Tenant Law”), Valley National Bank (“Commercial Leasing”), The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (“Surviving the Mortgage Meltdown”), The Greater New York Chamber of Commerce (“Commercial Leasing”), and more.
In addition, Bruce was a featured panelist at the 2014 Global Real Estate Summit (“Working With the Foreign Investor”) and a Panel Moderator at the 2015 and 2016 East Meets West Luxury Real Estate Summit (“The Role of China in the New York Real Estate Market”) in New York City, sponsored by the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA). In 2021, he was a featured panelist on the webinar. “NYC Multi-Family Properties: How to Keep the Profit and Avoid the Problems!”