As a graduate of the prestigious Charles F. Dolan School of Business at Fairfield University, Matthew Bizzarro takes great pride in his boutique firm, The Bizzarro Agency. Matthew opened The Bizzarro Agency with his extensive experience and knowledge of real estate and business ethics. Over the last 15 years, Matthew has transformed the real estate markets in Uptown Manhattan, Central Brooklyn and The Bronx with his cutting edge and honest approach. Matthew is widely regarded as one of the most knowledgeable and well-connected brokers. His thriving business is founded upon honesty, professionalism and market expertise. Matthew’s rank as a top sales agent is a testament to his dedication and results-driven professional approach.

Matthew’s expertise and specialization in these neighborhoods is second to none. He believes, “Clients will have the most success dealing with a real estate broker who specializes in the client’s desired neighborhood. I’ve focused my last 15 years mastering the neighborhoods of Uptown Manhattan, Central Brooklyn and The Bronx.”

Matthew has been featured in articles published in the NY Times, NY Post, Manhattan Times, NY Sun and Village Voice. When asked what Matthew loves most about real estate he answered, “It’s all about a smile. This smile comes from bringing joy to my clients. The ‘smile moment’ occurs every time I hand over a set of keys to my clients for their new home (sale or rental) or when I sit down with my owners to tell them I have an offer to purchase their apartment. There is nothing better! Assisting my clients with one of the biggest moments in their lives and helping them start a new chapter is truly amazing!”


Matthew has two passions: real estate and service. His real estate passion is evident but what many do not know is his desire to help the community and underserved urban youth. Matthew’s passion for service and giving back to the community can be seen in the neighborhood. For the past 12 years, he has collaborated with Mother Cabrini High School (located on 190th Street and Ft. Washington Avenue) to coordinate community service programs for urban youth. Three times a year Matthew takes a group of 15 students on Mission Volunteer Trips to different locations in the United States. Each trip serves an area of the country that is in the greatest need.
Matthew has enabled over 1,000 students to perform service. These service trips include rebuilding New Orleans, LA, working with the homeless and mentally disabled of Syracuse, NY, and helping the poor immigrant farmers of Uvalde, Texas.

When not working, Matthew enjoys spending time with his wife and traveling whenever an adventurous opportunity presents itself. A few of their favorite places (besides NYC) are Barcelona, Brisbane, Tuscany and Shanghai.