Elliman individuals and teams awarded

Local Real Estate Agents Honored At The Ellies

Hamptons Team Winners, left to right: Justin Agnello, Hara Kang, James Keogh, Enzo Morabito, Carl Benincasa, Janette Goodstein, Bonny Aarons, Howard M. Lorber, Bradlee Phillips, Jeff Ulysse, Dottie Herman, Aleksandrina Penkova and Raphael Avigdor. Independent/Douglas Elliman

Douglas Elliman Real Estate, the nation’s third-largest residential real estate brokerage company, celebrated its top agents from around the nation at its annual awards ceremony on March 5 — The Ellies. Top performers from the Hamptons, including Bridgehampton, East Hampton, Hampton Bays, Montauk, Quogue, Sag Harbor, Sagaponack, Southampton, and Westhampton Beach, were among the honorees at this year’s event, held at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT.

“Our wonderfully talented agents across the nation gave a very impressive performance this year, backed by a tremendous amount of dedication and passion for their work. We remain committed to providing all of our agents with the best-in-class technology, marketing, and public relations to help them reach even greater heights in 2019, and we look forward to another triumphant year,” said the company’s chairman, Howard Lorber.

Nationwide sales for Douglas Elliman in 2018 totaled $28.1 billion — an 8 percent increase from 2017 — as the company continued its nationwide growth into new markets. The firm was responsible for 44,131 sales and rental transactions, and was ranked the third largest brokerage in the country by sales volume.

“Congratulations to these agents, whose hard work has earned them this incredible distinction,” said Carl Benincasa, the Regional Vice President of Sales Hamptons, Douglas Elliman. “I’m so proud of our entire team on the East End, which continues to grow and succeed, thanks to Douglas Elliman’s deep commitment to its people. Elliman’s superior level of thought leadership and outstanding commitment to agent, administrative, and organizational support has helped us to gain market share and finish another stellar year here in the Hamptons.”

Hamptons Winners, left to right: Dottie Herman, Carol Nobbs, Howard M. Lorber, Steve Rosmarin, Priscilla Garston, Terry Thompson, Chris Stewart, Michaela Keszler, Carl Benincasa, Dawn Neway, Erica Grossman and David Donohue. Independent/Douglas Elliman

In the Hamptons, the top Individual prize based on gross commission income was awarded to Erica Grossman from the Southampton office. Additional individuals recognized by GCI were David Donohue (#2), Terry Thompson (#3), Dawn Neway (#4), Steven Rosmarin (#5), Michaela Keszler (#6), Christopher Stewart (#7), Carol Nobbs (#8), Priscilla Garston (#9) and Lori Barbaria (#10).

The Hamptons award for Top Team by GCI went to The Enzo Morabito Team of the Bridgehampton office for the ninth consecutive year. Other Top 5 Teams by GCI in the Hamptons included The Atlantic Team (#2), The Avigdor/Penkova Team (#3), The Nigro Team (#4), and The Aarons/Goodstein Team (#5).

The Atlantic Team, based in the East Hampton office, was named the Top Performing Team by number of transactions for the Hamptons, followed by The Enzo Morabito Team (#2), The Avigdor/PenkovaTeam (#3), The Porto Team (#4), and The Rima & Ryan Team (#5).

The Top Individual prize based on transactions went to Angelica Cocha, from the Hampton Bays office. Other winners were Terry Thompson (#2), Steven Rosmarin (#3), Dawn Neway (#4), and Christopher Stewart and Erica Grossman (tied at #5).

A Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Anne Marie Francavilla of the Hampton Bays office for her career-long contributions to the business.