WE’RE NUMBER ONE
It’s good to be at the top.
Zachary and Cody Vichinsky of Bespoke Realty sit atop the The Real Deal’s annual ranking of the East End’s top brokers, according to a Real Deal press release. The brothers reportedly brought in nearly $230 million in sales between April 2017 and March 2018.
Harold Grant of Sotheby’s, Susan Breitenbach of Corcoran, Brown Harris Stevens’s Christopher Burnside, Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito, and Tim Davis of Corcoran all earned a place on the TRD list. Staying at the top of their game is a constant effort, brokers said, and the uncertainty in the market keeps them hustling, each in their own way.
“I think what brokers need to figure out for themselves is how do you remain relevant in a changing marketplace?” said Davis.
NOT SO HAPPY CAMPERS
Page Six is reporting the Bravo channel has secured a house in Water Mill for the third season of “Summer House.” But apparently the neighborhood isn’t too thrilled about it. Page Six says wealthy neighbors, especially parents with youngsters, bristle at the thought of all that carousing going on with so many children in the hood.
HERE AND GONE
Luann de Lesseps, the star of “Real Housewives of New York,” won’t be starring in the spinoff series, “Real Housewives of the Hamptons.” Her Sag Harbor house is reportedly on the market for $6.25 million.
The charming but somewhat small (sorry, dahling) abode sits directly on Sag Harbor Cove. The Greek revival boasts its original 1830s floors and has a dock — but no pool.
She paid $2.65 million. She wants $6.25 million — it’s called inflation.
De Lesseps may be making a career move: think “Real Housewives of Upstate New York.”