Douglas Elliman’s Lauren Muss gives tips on how to show a $20 million co-op

Muss ranked #4 in TRD's latest ranking of NYC’s top resi brokers with $202.8 million in total closed sales

TRD New York /
Aug.August 02, 2019 10:15 AM

Lauren Muss is a speed demon in the art of showing.

The Douglas Elliman agent took a moment to break down her tactics as she ran around a co-op at 1220 Park Ave with an asking price of $19.95 million.

“I run at a pace like a crazy person, basically,” she said. “I just run for three floors, 6,000 square feet.”

Muss took the No. 4 spot in The Real Deal‘s annual ranking of NYC’s top residential brokers by closed sales in July with a total dollar volume of $202.8 million.

“I love being the cleanup girl,” she told TRD in a separate interview, adding that she jumped in to take over seven struggling resale properties in 2018.

Text by Damian Ghigliotty


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