Ekaterina "Kate" Gosparovich
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
I was born on the Pacific island of Sakhalin, in the far East of Russia. In 1996, I moved to Moscow where I received a master’s degree in journalism from Moscow State University. I ended up living the next 16 years of my life in one of the largest most culturally diverse cities of Europe, learning about architecture, urban development and real estate. While in Moscow, I also traveled extensively around the world. In 2012, I moved to New York City and founded a mobile travel guide company, called Kate’s Goodness, which, in 2016, was named one of the top-10 travel guides in the world by The Economist. As a founder and chief editor of Kate’s Goodness, I explored and wrote about many cities, both near and far, but New York City (and state) remained my passion. I moved a number of times between Manhattan and Brooklyn and, in the process, met and worked with several real estate agents. I also worked with a group of talented agents in the Catskills who helped me to look for a house there. I realized that being an agent allows one to continue exploring, while at the same time, staying in the flow, meeting interesting people and helping New Yorkers find their perfect homes. In 2019, I decided to make real estate my profession and obtained my real estate license. It is also that year that my husband and I finally found a house of our dreams in Woodstock, NY. I always loved the upstate and now that my home is here I am very excited about the opportunity to help other people find theirs.