Matthew Perceval Associate Real Estate Broker

  • Associate Real Estate Broker
  • Holds Dual License with Sotheby's International Realty NYC
  • Has Ranked in Top 1% of NRT Agents Nationwide
  • Member of National Association of Realtors
  • Member of Long Island Board of Realtors
  • Member Real Estate Board of New York
  • Notary Public


Matt, his wife Heather and their three boys, Parker, Lucas and Quinn moved to Port Washington from NYC five years ago and have fell in love with the community. Matt holds a dual Associate Broker license with Sotheby’s International Realty in Manhattan and with Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty in Port Washington. It was natural progression to want to help buyers and sellers move between Port Washington and Manhattan and vice versa just as his family and many friends have done.

Matt’s guiding philosophy is maximum service. For most, purchasing a home is one of the biggest financial decisions they make and Matt has helped his clients pursue smart investments for the short and long term. With close to 15 years of luxury real estate sales experience in NYC, he anticipates the needs of his clients, has answers ready to address their concerns and solves dilemmas before they become problems. Matt uses his sales expertise and a degree in Economics from Wesleyan University to leverage his distinctive knowledge in real estate and provide up-to-date information for his clients from all over the world, helping them with the purchase and sale of condos, coops and townhouses. Matt has ranked in the top 1% of NRT sales associates nationwide.

Matt commits completely to the goals of his clients and services them with total confidence. Matt is dedicated to delivering quality service and is personally involved in every detail of the transaction. He is known for his straightforward approach, integrity and flexibility while working with people. He cultivates strong relationships that continue to last a lifetime.

With Matt Perceval and Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, the client always comes first.