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The Closing: Bess Freedman

Bess Freedman is the CEO of Brown Harris Stevens, the 146-year-old brokerage known for its luxury niche. Freedman was named co-president of the firm alongside Hall Willkie in December 2017 and was appointed the...

The Real Deal’s February issue is now available to all subscribers

The Real Deal’s second issue of 2019 is live, and digital subscribers to TRD are getting the first look at...

Edgardo Defortuna joins Peebles, Stern, Karmely and Karp for Future City 2019

We’re thrilled to announce Fortune International’s Edgardo Defortuna will be joining other top South Florida real estate execs including...

BHS names Bess Freedman as first CEO

Less than a year after being named co-president of Brown Harris Stevens, Bess Freedman has been tapped as the luxury brokerage’s first chief executive. As CEO, Freedman will oversee operations in New York City,...

Catsimatidis, Bess Freedman get into shouting match over Kavanaugh

An otherwise sleepy real estate event turned into a shouting match between two industry bigwigs Wednesday, when John Catsimatidis...

WATCH: Can the traditional brokerage model survive ​growing threats from VC-backed firms, lead gen?

 Though Andrew Heiberger ​says traditional real estate firms are being disrupted, it’s business as usual for some of the city’s top brokerage heads....

Highlights from The Real Deal’s 15th anniversary bash

What better way to celebrate 15 years as New York City’s go-to real estate source than to throw a...

Bess Freedman named co-president of Brown Harris Stevens

Bess Freedman — Brown Harris Stevens’ second-in-command — has been promoted to co-president of the residential brokerage. In that...

WATCH: Bess Freedman on why noncompete clauses “stifle” resi brokers

According to Brown Harris Stevens executive Bess Freedman, the entry of ventured-backed firm Compass into the market lit a...

WATCH: Bess Freedman on Christie’s opening shop in NYC

For Bess Freedman, the news about Christie’s plans to open its own brokerage in New York City came not...

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