WATCH: East End resi brokers talk state of the Hamptons market

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Jul.July 04, 2018 08:00 AM

The Hamptons brokerage community braved this weekend’s heat wave for The Real Deal’s first-ever East End panel event, where attendees sipped on rosé to stay cool and listened to the area’s top brokers offer their two cents on the market.

Christopher Burnside (Brown Harris Stevens), Susan Breitenbach (The Corcoran Group), Ed Bruehl (Saunders & Associates), Lori Schiaffino (Compass), Enzo Morabito (Douglas Elliman) and Cody Vichinsky (Bespoke) were among the panelists to discuss the Hamptons’ residential market. Despite a slower-than-usual year, the East End still churned its fair share of pricey deals.

Watch TRD’s resi experts talk pricing and how they move product in an increasingly competitive market in the above video.


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