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Douglas Elliman Realty Announces Winners of Ellies

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Atlantic Team

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authorStaff Writer on Mar 15, 2023

On March 8, Douglas Elliman Realty announced the winners of the 2023 Ellie Awards, which honors the firm’s top-performing agents for 2022.

Agents from the Bridgehampton, East Hampton, Hampton Bays, Montauk, Quogue, Sag Harbor, Southampton and Westhampton Beach offices, as well as North Fork agents, were among the honorees.

“No matter the market, the region or the challenges we face as an industry, Douglas Elliman agents never fail to rise to the occasion and exceed expectations,” said Howard M. Lorber, the executive chairman of Douglas Elliman, in a statement. “Year after year, their tenacity and tireless determination inspires all of us in the company to achieve greater results.”

“As an agent-driven brokerage with a commitment to continuous improvement and innovation, we are innately focused on the next thing, the next deal, the next move,” said Scott Durkin, the president and CEO of Douglas Elliman Realty. “The Ellies remind us how important it is to look back, take stock and heartily celebrate all we’ve accomplished together.”

Todd Bourgard, Elliman’s CEO of Long Island, Hamptons and North Fork, added: “We are so proud of our agents in the Hamptons and on the North Fork for all they accomplished in 2022, and for continuing to demonstrate our strength and dominance in the marketplace. I continue to be impressed by the drive, focus, and professionalism our agents show daily. They prove again and again that they are truly best in class, performing at the very top of our industry every year.”

The top individuals in the Hamptons, ranked by gross commission income and starting with No. 1, were Erica Grossman, from the Southampton office, Thomas Cavallo, Martha Gundersen, Michaela Keszler, Kristy Naddell, Paul Brennan, Scott Bennett, David Donahue, Susan Ceslow, Marc (Aaron) Curti, Robert Landsiedel, Dawn Neway, Lauren Spiegel, William Wolff, Patrick McLaughlin, Clare Kirwan, Brenda Giufurta, Lisa Grenci, Elizabeth Capozzoli and Brian Hagadorn.

The Hamptons award for top team by gross commission income went to The Enzo Morabito Team of the Westhampton Beach and Sag Harbor offices. The honoree list continues with The Atlantic Team, The Michael Lorber Team, The Tunick Team, The Terry Thompson Team, Lord Chapin Team , The Poliwoda Team, The Porto Francavilla Team, Aarons Goodstein Team , Team Michael Daly (#10), The Thomas McCloskey Team, Mackay Dixon Team, The Adla Team, The Raphael Avigdor Team and The Skislock Frezzo Team.

By dollar volume, the top individual agent was Grossman, followed by Cavallo, Gundersen, Naddell, Brennan, Keszler, Bennett, Landsiedel, Curti, Donahue, Ceslow, Grenci, Spiegel, Wolff, McLaughlin, Capozzoli, Kirwan, Neway, Giufurta and Francis Fineo.

The top team by dollar volume was awarded to The Enzo Morabito Team. Also ranking in the top 15 were The Atlantic Team, The Michael Lorber Team, The Tunick Team, The Terry Thompson Team, Lord Chapin Team, The Poliwoda Team, The Porto Francavilla Team, Aarons Goodstein Team, The Adla Team, The Thomas McCloskey Team, Team Michael Daly, Mackay Dixon Team, The Raphael Avigdor Team and The Skislock Frezzo Team.

Based on the number of transactions completed, the top individual prize went to Naddell, from the Cutchogue office. Other individual winners included Bennett, Cavallo, Landsiedel, Grossman, Capozzoli, Donahue, Ceslow, Giufurta, Gundersen, Priscilla Holloway, Paul Loeb, Curti, Suzette Reiss, Spiegel and Thomas Uhlinger.

The Atlantic Team was named the top-performing team by number of transactions for the Hamptons, followed by The Enzo Morabito Team, The Poliwoda Team, The Terry Thompson Team, Lord Chapin Team, The Porto Francavilla Team, The Adla Team, The Tunick Team, The Michael Lorber Team and The Thomas McCloskey Team.

Maryanne Horwath was named the No. 1 Rental Agent in the Hamptons by gross commission income. Other top rental agents by GCI included Keszler, Grossman, Neway and Gundersen.

Neway was named the No. 1 rental agent in the Hamptons by transactions. The list continues with Curti, Horwath, Giufurta and Mitchell Brownstein.

The Atlantic Team was named the No. Rental Team in the Hamptons by both GCI and transactions. Other top rental teams by GCI included The Enzo Morabito Team, The Michael Lorber Team, The Nigro Team and The Terry Thompson Team.

Other top rental teams by transactions include The Enzo Morabito Team, The Poliwoda Team, The Mackay Dixon Team and Team Michael Daly.

The award for Hamptons Rookie of the Year went to the North Fork’s Peter Halpin of the Cutchogue office.

The Pinnacle Club Award winners from the Hamptons and North Fork, presented to agents and teams who made over $1 million in 2022, included The Atlantic Team, Bennett, Brennan, Cavallo, Grossman, Gundersen, The Enzo Morabito Team, Naddell and The Tunick Team.

The National Award, presented to the top 25 individuals and teams by GCI for the entire company nationwide, went to Grossman (No. 8 individual), Thomas Cavallo (No. 19 individual), The Eklund | Gomes Team (No. 1 mega team), The Michael Lorber Team (No. 6 large team), and Mackay Dixon Team (No. 16 medium team).

By volume, winners of The National Award included Grossman (No. 5 individual), Cavallo (No. 23 Individual), The Eklund | Gomes Team (No. 1 Mega Team), The Michael Lorber Team (No. 1 Large Team) and The Enzo Morabito Team (No. 13 Medium Team).

The Billion Dollar Club went to The Eklund | Gomes Team. Hamptons-based members of the Eklund | Gomes team include Kyle Rosko and Marcy Braun.

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