Tonight on TRD Talks Live: Heavyweight brokers on the Hamptons frenzy

Listen in as experts explain how coronavirus is changing the East End market

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Apr.April 24, 2020 09:45 AM

At 5 p.m. today, join The Real Deal senior reporter E.B. Solomont as she sits down with three big names from the East End: Bespoke Real Estate co-founder Cody Vichinsky, Corcoran Group’s Susan Breitenbach and Town & Country Real Estate CEO Judi Desiderio.

Usually, early spring in the Hamptons is a time for local business people — especially brokers — to gear up for the summer season. But when New York City went into lockdown in mid-March, many wealthy city-dwellers began shelling out for houses on the East End. A flood of new renters has descended on the towns that line the furthest reaches of Long Island, driving prices up and leading to talk of blank checks and bidding wars.

Earlier in March, the median home price had been down just over 10 percent as what had been a tough quarter for the South Fork real estate market wound down. Now, with the high season arriving early and apparently here to stay, hear about the fast-changing Hamptons market from the experts.

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