Bill McIntosh has been summering on the East End of Long Island since he was a child. He moved here permanently when he retired from a 30-year career on Wall Street. There he started as a trader focusing on analytics for equity and bond investments. He then went on to develop his own financial services platform. Bill was always an active investor in the Manhattan real estate market where he was also involved in property management. Becoming a real estate sales person was a natural progression for him. Personally, Bill was on the Board of the Onderdonk Landmark Preservation Society (a historic Greek Revival home from 1836) as well as The North Strathmore Association in Manhasset, New York. He is an enthusiastic boater and is a member of the Cornell Oyster Cooperative in Southold, New York.