Douglas Elliman #5 Broker for 2014
It’s said that whether walking the streets of her Upper East Side community or enjoying time outdoors in East Hampton - both considered home for over 20 years – that Anne Easton knows half the immediate world. That’s because people not only rely on her as an invaluable resource for getting answers and results, but also enjoy being around this pleasant, exuberant, dedicated professional.
When Anne gets involved with any cause, great things happen. For her real estate clientele, that translates into utmost attention, genuine care and unparalleled service when finding that dream home or selling a prized property. A Manhattan resident most of her life, who also raised and schooled her son on the Upper East Side, Anne is armed not only with an incomparable personal knowledge of the prides and challenges of life in NYC, but great professional success as a real estate specialist for over two decades. Her experience has ranged from commercial and residential sales to marketing/sales for developers.
Because Anne hates surprises, she focuses intently on what people really want in a home, then uses expert methodical service and intensive research to find it. In short, she will pound the pavement to secure the best, most feasible solution for customers until their goals are fulfilled, yet works efficiently so as not to waste a minute of their precious time in doing so.
People who work with Anne know from that start that they’re in good hands thanks to her thorough approach and aggressive determination to move mountains. They also appreciate her sincere, open and direct manner in providing vital information on market conditions, pricing, apartment features and other items which can affect their decisions…and their outcome. It’s no wonder nearly her entire client base comes from wholehearted and well-deserved referrals.
Born in Germany, Anne moved to Israel at age one and spent her formative years there, but considers no home better than New York City. She’s long believed in working hard and giving back to her community, which she’s done through volunteer work for her son’s private schools, as a board member of the American Diabetes Foundation and other efforts. Also a homeowner in East Hampton, Anne spearheaded and chaired the Cartier Grand Slam to benefit the American Cancer Society for four years, and remains a member of the Honorary Committee. She is also an avid and talented tennis player, art collector and photographer.