Manhattan's top listing agents

June 2013
Real Deal: New York Real Estate;Jun2013, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p43
The article features top listing agents in the real estate industry in Manhattan, New York including John Burger, Serena Boardman, and Brenda Powers. It states that top brokers in Manhattan are affected minimally by the inventory squeeze compared to their colleagues in the industry. Burger mentions that the main component of his business is personal service. Moreover, real estate brokers have different approach and strategies of marketing in the industry.


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