HRES had the pleasure recently of interviewing Pat Petrillo of Sotheby’s International Realty, Southampton. One of the most satisfying parts of her work is the personal relationships that develop with both buyers and sellers.
HRES had the great pleasure recently to interview Paul Brennan of Douglas Elliman, a seasoned veteran in real estate since 1979. Paul is notably fond of saying, “It’s not about me. It’s about being sensitive to the needs of my clients, whether they’re buying, selling, renting or investing in a property.”
HRES recently had the opportunity to sit down with Tim Davis, of the Corcoran Group, who sold Southampton’s historic Wooldon Manor oceanfront estate, not once, but twice in just six months. It first sold in one transaction in December of 2013 for $75 million. In less than 3 months it was back on the market, selling again in July 2014 in several transactions, for a total of $81,250,000.
Alan Schnurman, a prominent investor in East End properties since 1986, has made a name for himself in the Hamptons Real Estate market since joining Saunders & Assoiciates. HRES sat down with Alan for a brief Q & A.
What is the best kept secret in Montauk? I don’t want to reveal any of the real secrets of Montauk, but one of the lesser known spots is the park on Fort Pond Bay. With its scenic beauty, amazing views, long fishing pier and miles of trails connecting to Hither Woods Preserve, this is one special place...
Hamptons Real Estate Showcase sits down with one of the top producers in the Hamptons, Laura White of Saunders & Associates. Laura gives us her take on the real estate market and what she¹s passionate about.
Q: As one of the more seasoned real estate agents in the Hamptons, what is it that sets you apart from the others? A: My knowledge of the south-of-the-highway market is one thing. My close relationship with developers is another. But the main quality that makes me stand out is that I’m literally always reachable; when you call me, I pick up my phone.
Q: As a Hamptons native, how has The Hamptons changed since you were a kid? A: I wish I was able to define myself as a true Hamptons native, since I have been here only since 1977. But even in that relatively short period of time, the changes have been quite profound, especially in the disappearance of all the Mom & Pop stores on Main Street, and also how crowded the place has become.
Meet the Moore Team at The Corcoran Group, which represents extraordinary real estate and features some of the most exquisite luxury properties in the Hamptons, Hamptons Real Estate Showcase got a chance to sit down with them for a brief Q&A.