Ryan J. Gleason has often been described as dynamic, focused and passionate. Whether it be searching for the perfect home or examining the financials of the next project to execute, Ryan is always driven by a personal satisfaction to deliver the best service to his clients. With a quiet, understated tenacity, Ryan has attracted the attention of many of the top Hampton's real estate brokers as someone "who attacks the project at hand”.
He brings a unique business perspective to his clients throughout the Hamptons. As the owner of Paradise Hospitality, located in New York City, Ryan designed and opened many well known bars and restaurants over the last 15 years. Ryan's experience in site selection, design, and financial analysis of each of these projects, has sharpened his skills and given him a hands-on perspective of residential and commercial real estate insight and applications.
Ryan holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Finance as well as a degree in Hotel/Tourism Management from USC. Ryan resides in Sag Harbor with his fiancé, and loves the east end of Long Island. Between spending time at the beach, fishing, boating, or cooking a gourmet dinner, Ryan continues to impress with his well-rounded approach to The Hamptons lifestyle.
Working under the Compass platform, Ryan offers a full array of real estate brokerage services including listing representation, buyer representation, rental management, and a sharp eye for commercial properties.
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