Watch: Oren And Tal Alexander Talk Latest In NY, South Florida Real Estate During Quarantine

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The Haute Residence live webinars series featured real estate sibling power team Oren and Tal Alexander of Douglas Elliman Real Estate today. (See a full list of upcoming webinars and sign up to watch HERE).

The brothers, heads of The Alexander Team at Douglas Elliman Real Estate, have been recognized for their unprecedented sales achievements in Manhattan, the Hamptons and South Florida.

Recently, they represented the seller in the sale of penthouse PH-5701 at One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects in downtown Miami for $13.8 million. This was the first condo re-sale above $10M in the last 5 years excluding Miami Beach.

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The webinar was hosted by Haute Living's Seth Semilof and Kamal Hotchandani. The Alexander brothers joined the webinar from their Miami Beach home.

The brothers spoke of the real estate markets in The Hamptons, New York City, and South Florida and how each has adapted to the current times of quarantine. They talked candidly about how they and their agents are working to support their clients, new developments they are representing, and more.

Oren recalled how the market was going through difficult times when they started their business in 2009 and his outlook for the coming future. "This time it's not a financial crisis but a global pandemic. Though things have rightfully slowed down, we feel that the market and the economy will be back. There will be deals out there." He continued on how they are using the current times to plan ahead. "Before, our days were very fast-paced. This moment during quarantine has given us time to strategize about our future."

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Tal went into detail about the New York market's current standstill. "Over the last month, there are no showings taking place in New York. We let our sellers what's taking place and our protocol. Before the crisis, the market was up; things were selling. I believe we will get back to business. In The Hamptons, the summer months are the busiest. People snatched up rentals in The Hamptons quicker this year through Labor Day weekend, creating an extended summer season."

On Miami, Oren looks positively on the real estate market coming out of the quarantine mode currently in place for the industry and life overall. "I do feel that South Florida has the most to gain out of it. People are putting value into their life and home," he said. "I feel the Miami market will be on top as we close out 2020. We have an amazing inventory that we are looking to start showing."

For the rest of 2020 in real estate, Tal said, "For New York, I think we will have a lot of pent-up demand (for movement). People will need to have more space or downsize."

Today's webinar followed yesterday's panel of developers Louis Birdman, Edgardo Defortuna, Jules Trump, and Michael Stern. Click the link at the top to register for upcoming live webinars by Haute Residence.

YOUTUBE - Oren and Tal Alexander

Oren Alexander, Tal Alexander

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