From left: Judi Desiderio, Chris Burnside, Susan Breitenbach, Bob Gianos and Harald Grant
While Labor Day weekend on the East End can present many hazards — traffic jams and crowded beaches, for starters — the specter of Hurricane Earl has presented an array of additional problems, especially for agents trying to squeeze in as many showings as possible during the last weekend of the summer.
“Flying furniture,” in particular, is a major concern, said Judi Desiderio, CEO of East End-based Town & Country real estate. “You could literally have lounge chairs up in the air and in the pool,” Desiderio said. “That’s a biggie, especially if you’re showing a property on the water.” … [more]