Brokers in cabs: Corcoran Group’s Sydney Blumstein

Learn about the Corcoran Group agent's biggest food obsession and more in this video

TRD New York /
May.May 23, 2019 07:00 AM

In the second episode of The Real Deal‘s new series “Brokers In Cabs,” the Corcoran Group’s Sydney Blumstein talked about agent gossip, how a dating competition in her rental broker days led to gobs of new business, the appeal of first-time homebuyers, and why she thinks many developers are three years behind the curve and out of touch with buyers.

Blumstein, a New York native who works with her parents on the Blumstein Team, has eight active listings, including a cast-iron building in Tribeca for $17.5 million.

Check out the video above!

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