Linda’s motto is that a real estate transaction is not merely a financial undertaking, but an emotional journey as well. She combines local knowledge with superior service and extensive experience to ensure the best overall transaction for her customers.
Born in Detroit, Michigan, Linda lived in Canada until age 23. She obtained a BA and MA degree from Canadian Universities, then moved to Manhattan in 1973. Linda gained legal knowledge managing a patent law firm as well as a small hedge fund, honing her invaluable Wall Street and financial background.
She and her husband, a partner of a Wall Street firm, raised their two children on Sutton Place and privately schooled them at Horace Mann. She started her real estate career after the kids finished grade school, working for a prestigious boutique firm prior to joining Douglas Elliman’s 575 Madison Avenue office where she won many awards.
A multi-million-dollar broker specializing in high end condos and co-ops, Linda always loved summering in WHB. She purchased property on Beach Lane in 1999 and supervised the entire construction of a 5000 square foot home. She and her family moved there full time after 9/11.
Linda first sold Hamptons real estate with Norma Reynolds Sotheby’s before joining Corcoran. She is extremely knowledgeable, goal oriented, patient, and perseverant in achieving every client’s goals. Whether selling a $14 million oceanfront home or matching customers to ultra-high-end rentals, Linda is expert in her field. She is also an active member of her community who serves on the board of East End Hospice, supports local merchants, belongs to two book clubs and is an avid gardener.