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    From left: Dottie Herman, Noble Black, Howard Lorber (credit: Richard Lewin) and Pamela Liebman

    Noble Black, one of the biggest names at the Corcoran Group, jumped ship to rival brokerage Douglas Elliman, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • BrianMeierDottieHerman

    From left: Brian Meier and Dottie Herman

    When sales agent Brian Meier left Douglas Elliman for the Corcoran Group last month, he had 56 pending deals valued at more than $50 million. Terms of his agreement with Elliman dictated that the firm would fork over Meier’s 70 percent commission split when those deals closed.

    But Meier is now accusing Elliman of withholding $1.35 million in commission payments, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in New York State Supreme Court. [more]

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  • DottieHermanHowardLorberBillRaveisPaulPurcell

    From left: Dottie Herman, Howard Lorber, Bill Raveis and Paul Purcell

    UPDATED: 3:43 p.m., April 6: Is all fair in love and real estate?

    A heated battle for brokers is pitting Douglas Elliman against suburban powerhouse William Raveis, with Raveis accusing Elliman of blocking all emails coming from the firm. For its part, Elliman says Raveis sent a mass email to its brokers in New York City in an attempt to poach agents. [more]

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  • Douglas Elliman sold $18B in 2014

    February 17, 2015 05:12PM
    From left: Dottie Herman and Howard Lorber (Credit: Douglas Elliman)

    From left: Dottie Herman and Howard Lorber (Credit: Douglas Elliman)

    Douglas Elliman, New York City’s largest residential brokerage and a growing player across the country, sold $18 billion of real estate nationwide last year, representatives for the firm told The Real Deal. [more]

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  • Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles co-star Josh Altman

    Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles co-star Josh Altman

    Douglas Elliman’s nascent Beverly Hills office just snagged itself a star: Top broker Josh Altman, a headliner on Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles,” is joining the firm with brother Matt Altman and six other broker teams. [more]

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  • From left: Elliman's Dottie Herman and a one-bedroom at 120 East 87th Street asking $1.75 million

    From left: Elliman’s Dottie Herman and a one-bedroom at 120 East 87th Street asking $1.75 million

    The average sale price in Manhattan reached an all-time high of $1.7 million in 2014, driven by new development closings and tight inventory in the resale market, according to Douglas Elliman’s fourth-quarter sales report. [more]

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  • From left: Howard Lorber and Dottie Herman of Douglas Elliman and Realogy's Richard Smith

    From left: Howard Lorber and Dottie Herman of Douglas Elliman and Realogy’s Richard Smith

    As the largest brokerage in New York City, Douglas Elliman is seen as something of a bellwether for the real estate industry. And judging by the company’s third quarter performance, the market in New York is on a serious roll.

    Douglas Elliman closed deals worth $5.2 billion during the quarter, up from $4.5 billion a year earlier, the firm reported October 30. That pushed Elliman’s revenue for the quarter up to $153.2 million, compared with $133.4 million last year. [more]

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  • From left: Dottie Herman and Howard Lorber

    From left: Dottie Herman and Howard Lorber

    With sights set on international, uber-wealthy buyers, two powerhouse names in the residential brokerage world are teaming up to sell the city’s most luxurious real estate.

    Douglas Elliman and the international brokerage Knight Frank Residential today announced a new partnership aimed at matching Elliman’s top listings with the U.K.-based firm’s global Rolodex. [more]

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  • Howard Lorber and Dottie Herman

    Howard Lorber and Dottie Herman

    WEEKENDEDITION In a recent interview, Douglas Elliman head Dottie Herman told Crain’s that she isn’t seeing signs of a housing bubble. And when asked how longtime Elliman broker Leonard Steinberg’s departure for Urban Compass affected her, she added that she will always remember him as a good cook.

    “[The market] is strong, but you can’t borrow money like you could prerecession. You have to have skin in the game whether you’re a developer or a person buying an apartment. So people aren’t flipping like they were before,” Herman said when asked if she sensed a housing bubble building. [more]

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  • Oceanfront homes in the Hamptons

    Oceanfront homes in the Hamptons

    The second quarter of the year saw a modest increase in property deals in the Hamptons and the North Fork, according to Douglas Elliman’s second quarter Hamptons and North Fork sales report.

    “You’re seeing growth,” said Elliman President and CEO Dottie Herman. “Normal, healthy growth. Nothing over the top.” [more]

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  • nicole-oge

    From left: Nicole Oge, Howard Lorber and Dottie Herman

    Nicole Oge, who left her post as senior vice president of marketing at Town Residential in April, is headed to Douglas Elliman to oversee all branding, Elliman CEO Dottie Herman confirmed to The Real Deal. [more]

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  • From left: Dottie Herman and Luciane Serifovic

    From left: Dottie Herman and Luciane Serifovic

    Luciane Serifovic, a former managing director at Citi Habitats’ relocation division, has been appointed executive vice president and director of rentals at the city’s largest residential brokerage Douglas Elliman, an Elliman spokesperson told The Real Deal exclusively.

    Serifovic takes over the role from Mark Menendez, who will now manage the firm’s newly formed Tribeca sales gallery downtown alongside Amy Kane. [more]

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  • From left: Jason Meister and Dottie Herman

    From left: Jason Meister and Dottie Herman

    Dwindling returns at home coupled with the perception of the United States as a secure parking spot for their money has led Chinese real estate investors to New York in record numbers, according to Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman and Avison Young investment sales broker Jason Meister. See the full story and video after the jump.

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    A rendering of 432 Park, a new luxury development along Central Park

    WEEKENDEDITION Don’t count on any relief from sky-high prices in Manhattan. Experts say that despite a median sale price for new luxury homes that jumped 72 percent — to $7.85 million — in the last year, prices are only going to grow. [more]

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  • Dottie Herman and 135 East 79th Street

    Dottie Herman and 135 East 79th Street

    Sky-high prices for trophy apartments drove the Manhattan condominium market to new records in 2013, according to an analysis of city records. Indeed, there were over 50 closings averaging $8.9 million or more in just four new luxury developments, the data show, pushing the median condo price to a record $1.3 million in the fourth quarter of 2013. [more]

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  • From left: Dottie Herman, Dolly Lenz, Elizabeth Ann Kivlan, Diane Ramirez, Wendy Maitland and Pam Liebman

    From left: Dottie Herman, Dolly Lenz, Elizabeth Ann Kivlan, Diane Ramirez, Wendy Maitland and Pam Liebman

    The chiefs of New York City’s top residential brokerages turned out to talk inventory, broker tactics and industry newcomers at a panel event hosted by luxury lifestyle magazine Haute Living yesterday – and boy, did they have a lot to say. [more]

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  • From left: Corinne Pulitzer of Douglas Elliman, Steven Spinola of REBNY, and Douglas Elliman's Jeffrey Rothstein

    From left: Corinne Pulitzer of Douglas Elliman, Steven Spinola of REBNY, and Douglas Elliman’s Jeffrey Rothstein (Credit: Gotham Photo Company)

    Manhattan’s most notable residential brokers and executives high-tailed it to the Pierre Hotel on Thursday for one of the industry’s biggest events: the Real Estate Board of New York’s annual residential Deal of the Year awards, now in their 25th year. Click here for photos of the event.

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  • Douglas Elliman's Dottie Herman

    Dottie Herman

    Douglas Elliman President and CEO Dottie Herman stopped by Bloomberg News to reflect on the 6.5 increase month-over-month in annualized existing home sales — a number not seen since August 2010. According to Herman, pent up demand is boosting sales and lifting interest rates, signalling that home sales will only continue to increase. See the video after the jump.

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  • From left: Elliman's Dottie Herman, John Lawrence and 2110-2118 Frederick Douglass Boulevard

    From left: Elliman’s Dottie Herman, John Lawrence and 2110-2118 Frederick Douglass Boulevard

    After seven years on West 117th Street in Harlem, Douglas Elliman is moving into a new office at Frederick Douglass Boulevard and West 114th Street, Crain’s reported. [more]

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  • From left: Douglas Elliman Chairman Howard Lorber and the Witkoff Group's Steve Witkoff (Credit: Katherine Clarke)

    From left: Douglas Elliman Chairman Howard Lorber and the Witkoff Group’s Steve Witkoff (Credit: Katherine Clarke)

    Douglas Elliman heavyweights, including Chairman Howard Lorber, CEO Dottie Herman and an array of the firm’s top producing brokers, gathered last night to celebrate the launch of 10 Madison Square West in style. More than 100 guests flocked to a cordoned-off section of Madison Square Park — which developer the Witkoff Group had rented out for the event — to sip lemonade- thyme cocktails and nibble on tiny lobster rolls and salted caramel tartlets.Click here to see the photos and more.

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