Buying, selling or renting a home - whether it's your first or fifth - is a big decision, and the financial and emotional considerations for everyone involved make it unlike any other transaction. That's why the professional you have representing your interests and the fiduciary nature of the relationship are so important.For more than 20 years, individuals and families have placed their utmost confidence and trust in Robert Stearns to discreetly manage and protect their greatest assets. Prior to establishing his real estate practice, Robert was a chief trustee officer, a senior portfolio manager and a personal financial advisor at one of the world's leading investment firms. He earned his BA in Economics from The College of Wooster and his MBA in Finance from Fordham University.As a real estate agent, Robert takes the time to understand each person's distinct circumstances, perspectives and goals. His accessibility and compassion are matched only by his exceptional financial and analytical skills and a commitment to negotiate in the best interest of his clients or customers.Robert has resided in both Manhattan and East Hampton for close to 20 years, and before that he lived in Greenwich, CT. His vast resources and contacts, together with his creative and opportunistic approach to real estate deals are truly extraordinary. Member of Halstead's Sapphire Club Halstead East Hampton, LLC
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