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Agency News: Halstead Hamptons Agents Recognized; Douglas Elliman Welcomes New Additions

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Ann Marie Horan COURTESY HALSTEAD

Ann Marie Horan COURTESY HALSTEAD

Clare Ambrose COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

Clare Ambrose COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

John Scott Thomas COURTESY HALSTEAD

John Scott Thomas COURTESY HALSTEAD

Kenneth Zahler COURTESY TOWN & COUNTRY

Kenneth Zahler COURTESY TOWN & COUNTRY

Paul Orenstein COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

Paul Orenstein COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

Shawn Burns COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

Shawn Burns COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

Timothy O'Connor COURTESY HALSTEAD

Timothy O'Connor COURTESY HALSTEAD

author on Feb 15, 2019

Halstead Hamptons Agents Recognized with Company-Wide Awards

Halstead, a New York, New Jersey and Connecticut residential real estate brokerage firm, has announced that three of its Hamptons agents have been recognized with company-wide awards based on their sales performance and demonstration of excellence in 2018.

The awards were presented by Philip O’Connell, Halstead’s managing director of the Hamptons, on January 23. John Scott “JT” Thomas was named Hamptons Agent of the Year, Ann-Marie Horan was named Agent of the Year, Southampton, and Timothy O’Connor was named Agent of the Year, East Hampton.

“They are each industry leaders in the region and this recent recognition is a true reflection of their consistent high performance,” Mr. O’Connell said. “Although the 2018 market was challenging, Halstead Hamptons offices were up for 2018 and we are poised for significant continued growth in 2019.”

Douglas Elliman Welcomes New Additions

Douglas Elliman welcomes Paul Orenstein to its East Hampton office. Previously the owner of Hampton Briggs Antiques in Bridgehampton for 20 years, Mr. Orenstein has had a long career in design and décor. His work has been featured at the Hamptons Designer Showhouse, Traditional Home and Kips Bay Showhouse. He holds a master’s degree in Social Work from Adelphi University and is a former board member of the New York University National Foundation for Facial Reconstruction.

Clare Ambrose joins Douglas Elliman’s Sag Harbor office. A Sag Harbor resident, she helped to built a catering company alongside her husband at Events by Peter Ambrose and previously worked as club shop manager at Maidstone Golf Club. The native of Ireland is a mother of three and is passionate about child education and development in her free time, according to Douglas Elliman.

Shawn Burns, a former investment banker, joins the Hampton Bays office, specializing in investment properties.

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