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Joseph Dirand Shares His Design and Architecture Secrets With Shaun Osher

In 2014, award-winning Parisian architect sat down with CORE’s CEO, Shaun Osher to share his inspirations and secrets and which infuse his created spaces with innovative qualities that are a unique expression of his vision relative to each project’s location and also express his own cultural roots.

I’m consistently inspired by CORE’s ability to teams up with the best in architecture, design, development and staging to bring the best marketing and fresh approach to each of our clients’ properties and projects. For more information on how my team and CORE would bring our custom bespoke marketing model to best serve your real estate needs, contact me at Tsargent@corenyc.com or via the contact form above.

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Tony Sargent & Shaun Osher | Named To The Real Deal’s Top 5 Residential Agents of the Week

Tony Sargent & Shaun Osher | Named To The Real Deal’s Top 5 Residential Agents of the Week

For the week of December 26, 2014, The Real Deal ranked CORE’s CEO, Shaun Osher and me as one of top 5 agents of the week for our sale of our 30 Bond Street, Penthouse at $5,350,000. We were #5 for the week.

We worked together closely to create engaging marketing and press, outreach to the luxury broker community and worked hard to get every client into the home and find the best buyer for the coop and owners. We ultimately set a record price for the 30 Bond Street and Noho coops.

Inspired and proud to be a part of the CORE Team and a trusted agent Shaun and our clients can count on.

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CORE and StreetEasy.com Team Up to create CORE Control!

As a real estate agent with CORE, New York’s leading boutique real estate firm, I’m really excited to share that CORE has teamed up with StreetEasy.com to create CORE Control, the first ever listing and client management platform built by a real estate firm in collaboration with StreetEasy. Having been provided the opportunity to beta-test it, CORE Control is an amazing tool for CORE agents and our clients to interact on searches in a whole new way on the site that is rapidly on its way to becoming the most searched real estate site in New York City.

As an agent who from the first day I started in 1999 focused on client service and sharing of information, StreetEasy’s entry into the marketplace was a welcome breath of transparency. One of the most comprehensive sites for New York City real estate information, it is searched by clients and brokers alike from all firms. To have the opportunity to be the first to take the Streeteasy experience to the next level for my clients – I’m thrilled! Watch the video (at the top of this post) featuring a conversation between CORE CEO, Shaun Osher and StreetEasy CEO, Michael Smith for more on CORE Control and how it will change the game for our clients.

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Huffington Post Surpasses The New York Times as Top News Website

In an article written for guardian.co.uk on June 14th, Roy Greenslade reveals that per Comscore, The Huffington Post beat The New York Times as the most viewed news website in the US in May 2011. With 35.6 Million unique visitors vs. the NYTimes.com’s 33.6 Million visitors, the six year old web-site founded by Arianna Huffington has broken a new benchmark. While the NYTimes site saw an 11% drop in visitors after it erected a pay wall in March, limiting visitors to the site to 20 free articles a month, that does not explain the increase of visitors to the Huffington Post by 14%. Acquired by AOL, it has recently benefitted from re-directed traffic to it from AOLNews.

I found this article interesting because I think it reveals the changes that have been evolving in all industries over the last ten years, due to the emergence of online business technology and mobile media devices and portals. On-line presence has become not only an adjunct to a business model, but as shown by this example, it is the business model.

How does that translate to the Real Estate business? Read more…

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