Thursday, June 15, 2017
6 pm

REAL ESTATE roundtable

A Panel Discussion with

John Gicking, Compass

Diane Saatchi, Saunders & Associates

Peter Turino, Brown Harris Stevens

Moderated by Jim Oxnam, Brown Harris Stevens

Hosted by Rick Gilbert

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Jim Oxnam will moderate a panel discussion comprised of three leading real estate brokers who will look back at the last 20 years and the explosion of home and land prices on the South Fork, look sideways at the health of the current market, and look forward to what the future is likely to bring. Each will then comment on what younger and older buyers want today, the booming market for tear downs in prime locations, and offer several helpful hints if you are thinking of listing your house for sale of rent.

 

John Gicking

John recently joined Compass following a 20+ year career at Sotheby’s International Realty.  As an agent, John ranked in the top 3% of all Sotheby’s agents nationwide.  John currently serves on the New York board of directors of buildOn, a non-profit that empowers youth through service and education to break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations.  John worked in private banking and on Wall Street prior to moving full time to the East End in 1995.
 

Diane Saatchi

With 25 years experience in the South Fork market, Diane was a weekender who found her away into a real estate career. Now with her own team at Saunders and Associates, she has worked at both small (Devlin McNiff) and large (Corcoran) firms. Diane is a regular and insightful commentator on marketplace trends.

 

Peter Turino

As President of Brown Harris Stevens of the Hamptons, Peter oversees 7 offices and 150 brokers on the North and South Forks. With 25 years experience, he is involved with many of the largest transactions on the East End. He is past President of the Hamptons and North Fork Realtors Association and a recipient of their Realtor of the Year Award in 2001 and 2007.

 

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