Top Brown Harris Stevens broker Kathy Sloane may want to dust off her resume after her boss made disparaging remarks about her views on real estate.
Sloane’s comments “are completely speculative, and at times factually incorrect,” said the president of Brown Harris Stevens, Hall Willkie.
Sloane told 20/20 that Manhattan’s finest cooperative units may have lost a fourth of their
value, and the worst is yet to come, in an interview airing tonight.
Sloane, who has faced charges of tax evasion by the Albany County District Attorney, said the owner of a $5 Million Park Avenue apartment “may be lucky to achieve $3.5 million” a month from now.