The Real Deal New York

After two months at Core, broker returns to Halstead Property

December 23, 2011 12:11PM

After a two-month stretch at Core as a senior vice president and associate broker, Ivana Tagliamonte has gone back to Halstead Property.

She is an executive vice president at the village office, according to a press release from Halstead. A specialist in Gramercy and Downtown, Tagliamonte had the highest sales volume in the village office in 2008. Tagliamonte, who has been at Halstead since 2002, who often works with domestic and international clients as a certified senior relocation agent.

Tagliamonte said she went back to Halstead because of the firm’s “strong support system, marketing prowess and advancements in technology and video.” She said Halstead could help her to “elevate [her] business to the next level.”

In the January 2004 issue, The Real Deal named her one of the top agents under 30 years old. She did $8.2 million in deals in 2003; 24 were sales and four were rentals. At the time, she was broker for the Foundry, at 310 and 312 East 23rd Street, where she lived. Prior to originally joining Halstead, Tagliamonte was the director of marketing and a sales associate for a real estate team in Washington, D.C. Shaun Osher, founder and CEO of Core, wasn’t available for comment. — Lauren Elkies

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