Doreen Niggles is a Wainscott native who has lived there all of her life except while in college. Who better to sell property throughout the Hamptons than this fifth generation local with such strong roots in the area?
She decided to enter real estate in 1984 when market sales were mostly large undivided tracts of vacant land. Experiencing both market downturns and incredible upswings in both vacant land, construction of new homes as well as pre-existing properties, she has been through the difficult markets as well as bountiful sales conditions. As one of Allan Schneider's top sales agents prior to working at The Corcoran Group, she has witnessed and excelled throughout changing market conditions over the last 25 years and continues to work with both buyers and sellers to achieve their goals.
Aside from the wealth of personal and professional connections she's formed during her tenure as an East End resident and residential specialist, Doreen also boasts a long list of satisfied repeat and referral customers and clients who are a testament to the outstanding service and results she provides.
Doreen also is heavily involved in her community as President of the East Hampton Library where she's been a board member since 2000. She is also Director of an African NGO, Elephant Human Relations Aid, which assists subsistence farmers protecting their water sources from desert adapted elephants in Namibia. She spends 3 months during the summer working on this volunteer project that helps balance her very satisfying East End life with those less fortunate in Africa. She also contributes 10 percent of her sales commissions earned to both of her projects: The East Hampton Library and Elephant Human Relations Aid.
She has produced movies about her adventures and also travels to other extreme locations in her humanitarian aid research but always returns to East Hampton, her home.