Brokers in cabs: An interview with Corcoran’s Tim Malone

Malone talks marketing, social media and letting clients go

TRD New York /
Sep.September 12, 2019 12:00 PM

In the fourth episode of The Real Deal’s “Brokers In Cabs” series, Corcoran Group’s Tim Malone talks about how he got his start in real estate, how his business is literally going to the dogs and his first date with his fiance, CNN anchor Don Lemon.

Watch the full video above to see Malone’s thoughts on marketing, social media and knowing when to let clients go.


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