Category Archives: The Hamptons

Hamptons Market Philosphy is Bass Ackwards

It has only been 6 months since our office started operations in the Hamptons and I can tell you that this market is in desperate need of an overhaul and a shift in perspective from both consumers and real estate … Continue reading

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TrueGotham Is NOT Dead

I realize that you wouldn’t know from the lack of postings here, but TrueGotham is not dead!  As most of you know, I left my former firm and brought the Heddings Property Group to Charles Rutenberg Realty back in June.  It’s no … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Link-O-Rama

I hope everyone is looking forward to this long Memorial Day weekend as much as I am.  I’m heading out to Bridgehampton with the family to spend the weekend with my in-laws (that’s a good thing…I actually really like them).  … Continue reading

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Inaugural Hampton’s Marathon!!!

TrueGotham is proud to be a sponsor of the inaugural Hamptons Marathon and Half-Marathon.  The race will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2007. The course runs through Amagansett, Springs and East Hampton with views of the Atlantic Ocean and Nepeague … Continue reading

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Friday Link-O-Rama

The Forbes 891(yep, that’s the number of billionaires on the list this year) has been released.  I imagine not all 891 are True Gotham readers right? An interesting "How To" Guide: How to Save Your Home from Foreclosure via The Consumerist and … Continue reading

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Introducing TrueGotham–Hamptons Edition

When my clients are interested in the Hamptons, I refer them to Bridgehampton broker Cynthia Barrett. I’m very protective of my clients, and very particular about who I refer clients to. I do my homework first, and always follow up … Continue reading

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