Gregg Marcus is a well respected property and casualty insurance broker including work with commercial property and casualty insurance. Mr. Marcus is located in New York, New York where he helps clients to assess and purchase property insurance to provide coverage for their commercial and business properties. Additionally, he works to meet the needs of his customers for casualty insurance that will provide liability coverage to help protect them in the case that they are found legally responsible for an accident that causes injuries to another person or damage to another person’s belongings. Mr. Marcus also works in the commercial lending arena, assisting clients and business owners with a wide range of financing options.
Gregg Marcus has more than twenty five years of experience working in the commercial hard money loan industry. The knowledge he has gained while working at MSM Enterprises of New York Inc. since 1996 has provided him with a solid foundation on which to build business partnerships, to develop and advance clients’ companies, and to mentor up-and-coming entrepreneurs. Through his work with First Interactive LLC, Mr. Marcus has been involved in the mortgage consulting business for over fifteen years. He has provided consultancy on all aspects of mortgages and helped clients from a wide variety of backgrounds to acquire the financing needed for many projects.
Gregg Marcus is also a well-known philanthropist. He has worked with Sunrise Day Camp in Long Island, New York, a charity for children with cancer. Sunrise Day Camp has been operating since 2006, where volunteers help to bring back the joys of childhood to children with cancer and their siblings. Mr. Marcus has also supported Americans for Class, or Meadow’s Movement, a nonprofit organization that works to improve children’s safety in schools. Between 2007 and 2008, he was one of the donors that led the acquisition of the property and house in Brookville, NY that would become The Chabad of Brookville. In 2002, Gregg Marcus received the Humanitarian Award at the Twelfth Interfaith Concert of Remembrance.